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FEA and the IFMA Foundation release second in Sustainability 'How-To Guide' Series

November 18, 2009
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FAIRFAX, VAFacility Engineering Associates (FEA), in partnership with the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) Foundation, recently announced the release of the second guide in the Sustainability "How-to Guide" Series: The Environmental Protection Agency''s (EPA) Energy Star Portfolio Manager, according to a press release.
Written by Maureen Roskoski, Laurie Gilmer, and Greg Hughel, all from FEA, the EPA''s Energy Star Portfolio Manager was created to help facility professionals better understand how to maintain a successful energy management program, the release stated.
The guide highlights essential terms and explains monthly and annual energy consumption within buildings and how this consumption can change over time, the release noted.
Eric Teicholz, executive editor of the Sustainability "How-to Guide" Series, said: "We are very happy with the response received to the first Getting Started guide and look forward to an even greater response to this guide because of the traction received as a result of the initial guide."
To obtain your own copy of the EPA''s Energy Star Portfolio Manager guide, visit FEA''s website at www.feapc.com, the release added.
To read previous CM e-News Daily coverage about the first release of the Sustainability "How-To Guide" Series, click here.
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