Arenas can appoint an internal representative to research, analyze and implement effective programs and operations processes to create greener arenas. Internal Energy Managers can assess current policies (e.g. recycling) and collaborate with stakeholders (e.g. utilities, local governments, user groups and environmental professionals, etc.) to make suggestions for sustainable green initiatives at their arena and can help to tap in into funding sources for efficiency upgrade equipment.

Energy Managers can use information systems to track, manage, benchmark, and report energy, water, waste, emissions and other sustainability data. Information systems can be installed that include automated data exchange services that synchronizes utility and building data directly with the Energy Manager’s portfolio. Information systems enhance long-term value by increasing arena occupancy and revenue, reduce the risk of obsolescence, and strengthening user loyalty, all while reducing emissions to protect the environment.

Benefits: 

  • Dedicated person that looks at the whole facility to leverage initiatives and reach energy targets.
  • Single point of contact for grant applications, interactions with utilities and local governments dedicated to green projects.

Savings  (depending on the project):

  • Electricity
  • Natural Gas
  • CO2
  • Water
  • Chemicals
  • Plastic
  • Paper

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