Bloustein sustainability researcher sees challenges for energy management systems

January 31, 2014

 

Jennifer Senick, MA, PhD Candidate, Executive Director, Rutgers Center for Green Building

Jennifer Senick, MA, PhD Candidate, Executive Director, Rutgers Center for Green Building

Jennifer Senick, executive director of the Rutgers University Center for Green Building at the Bloustein School, joined REIT.com for a video interview at NAREIT’s 2014 Leader in the Light Working Forum in San Francisco.

Senick was asked to comment on the trends that she is seeing with regard to energy management systems and REITs’ ability to scale building efficiencies on a portfolio-wide level.

To find out more or watch the video, visit REIT.com.

 

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