Learn how to report for AB 802 before deadline –
All buildings larger than 50,000 square feet in California will now be responsible for reporting energy data every year by June 1, 2018. With the disclosure deadline quickly approaching, it’s time to take action to avoid late penalties.
Watch this webinar to learn:
- Which buildings must report energy data to the California Energy Commission and exemptions for disclosure
- The steps you need to take for compliance with AB 802
- The benefits of energy benchmarking and disclosure
Meet the speakers
Erik Jensen, Program Manager, California Energy Commission
Erik Jensen is an energy specialist for the California Energy Commission. He has been with the Commission for nine years, starting in building energy efficiency standards before moving to benchmarking. He led the development of the regulations for the state’s building energy use data access, benchmarking, and public disclosure program, which will be the topic of our discussion today.
Sondra Tosky, SVP Product, Measurabl
Sondra Tosky leads Measurabl’s Product team, which provides the vision and design for the Measurabl application. She holds a M.A. from Georgetown in Security Studies and has over 20 years of experience turning big data into actionable intelligence. Prior to Measurabl, Sondra was a senior analyst on CBRE’s sustainability data platform, where she led development of CBRE’s sustainability reporting tool and managed client sustainability reporting for GRESB, CDP, and GRI.