Corporate Energy & Sustainability Goals: Emerging Trends and Goals
JLL is an international real estate services company and supports multiple Fortune 500 companies in the development and implementation of their Energy and Sustainability Programs. JLL’s Energy Services team manages over $850M in annual energy spend across 350M sq. ft. in 52 different countries through direct energy and sustainability programs. From the experience of developing and managing global energy programs our global team of subject matter experts developed a playbook to reduce resource consumption, mitigate operational risk, and decrease client carbon emissions.
In Corporate Energy & Sustainability Goals: Emerging Trends and Goals, JLL will discuss energy and sustainability industry trends and the effect of these trends on Fortune 500 energy programs. JLL will focus on the drivers of these trends, the changing expectations of companies from key stakeholders, and the skills your organization will need to be prepared for the conversations of the future. This presentation will help you align your energy and sustainability program with organizational goals, get support from senior leadership, and develop a process for consistent program results.
Presented ByMathew Chamish, P.E., C.E.M., LEED GA
Senior Portfolio Energy Manager
Mat Chamish is a Solutions Manager with JLL’s Energy Services team. In this role, he is responsible for designing energy and sustainability strategies for commercial, public, and industrial real estate portfolios. These programs include portfolio energy management, energy audits and retro-commissioning, energy procurement, sustainability, and the roll-out of clean energy technologies.
Mat joined JLL in July 2013 and has since managed energy and sustainability programs for several portfolios totaling over 21 million square feet across the Americas. These portfolios have included financial office, retail banking, manufacturing, distribution, and mission critical data centers.
Prior to JLL, Mathew’s was an energy engineer and implemented web-based energy management systems. He was responsible for performing investment grade energy audits, site inspections, monitoring and verification of project results, and engineering analysis to identify energy retrofit projects and determine project energy savings.
Education and Affiliations
Mathew is a Professional Engineer in New York State, and a Certified Energy Manager with the Association of Energy Engineers, a Data Center Energy Practitioner with the Department of Energy, and a LEED Green Associate.
He graduated with his BS in Mechanical Engineering from George Washington University in Washington DC. He then earned his MS in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Energy Systems from Columbia University in New York City.