With the Obama administration challenging Federal agencies to achieve a contract goal of $2 billion for the next two years by means of energy savings performance contracts (ESPCs), it is important that players in this field are up-to-date with the fundamentals.
This session by expert speaker Joseph Vitella, P.E., C.E.M., M.B.A., M.ENG will explain the fundamentals of an ESPC. You will learn about the viable Federal contract vehicles available; the acquisition process; financial metrics associated with the development of a project; businesses and people involved during the development and execution of a contract; the types of technology and measures that are typically implemented; and identify the major players in the industry.
The session will provide Federal guidelines on ESPC and help you learn approximately what it costs to effectively develop a project and what the timeline is for a Federal award and acquisition. This will help business owners, service providers and engineers understand what facets of the industry they might wish to target as a potential area for new business development.
Who Should Attend
Joseph Vitella P.E., C.E.M., M.B.A., M.ENG.
Mr. Joseph Vitella, P.E., M.ENG, M.B.A., has managed and led the developed over $100M of engineering, energy and performance contracts as a program manager and industry leader. As a technical lead for a variety of ESPC projects, he manages integrated engineering and construction teams to develop and coordinate the best... More info