Energy Management Masterclass

NSW Office of Environment & HeritageIn partnership with the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage

Are you ready for the future of FM?

Energy management has emerged as a core competency for facility managers and at Total Facilities 2017 we are pleased to host, in partnership with the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, a masterclass for FMs looking to implement sensible energy management practices.

OEH has teamed up with the Facility Management Association of Australia (FMA) and the commercial building industry to develop a national set of energy management competencies that will equip facility managers for the future of the industry.

Get a preview of the extensive training program that delivers these competencies by attending a specifically designed masterclass for Total Facilities attendees.

Outcomes for attendees:

  • Gain practical knowledge, skills and tools for implementing energy management practices as a business strategy in your role
  • Learn how to develop a strategic energy management plan and further understand the hierarchy of energy management
  • Find out how to build a business case and how to drive continuous improvements in your buildings, going beyond the ‘quick wins’

Energy Management Masterclass Program:

This masterclass covers key queries into why energy management is an important set of skills for facilities managers to build right now. The NSW Office of Environment & Heritage discuss energy monitoring and BMS systems and include case studies and approaches to energy efficiency opportunities that focus on real world examples faced by FMs, particularly those of larger buildings that deal with base building services vs. tenant energy consumption.


Wednesday 29 March
1:30pm – 3:30pm
Room 5.3 (Level 5)
International Convention Centre Sydney, Darling Harbour

Due to overwhelming interest, registrations for this masterclass are now closed as the session is oversubscribed, please email to be wait listed.

Facilitator: Nick Palousis, Founder & CEO, 2X Effective

Nick has spent over decade of his career working with businesses to implement technical and commercial solutions for improving resource productivity. He has worked with clients in a variety of industries including Agribusiness, Automotive, Consumer Goods, Education, Finance, Food & Beverage, Chemicals, Infrastructure, Insurance, Investment, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Mining, Oil & Gas, Pharmaceuticals, Property, Wine, Tourism, State Government and Urban Development sectors.

He has worked on engagements across Australia and abroad, including Belgium, Canada, China, Germany, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, UK and the US. Nick holds a Bachelor of Mechatronic Engineering (Hons 1) and Bachelor of Mathematics and Computer Science from Adelaide University. He is a former Young South Australian of the Year and recipient of the British Council Eureka Prize for his work in resource productivity.