Multi-family buildings are occupied 24/7 which means traditional approaches to optimization have hit a ceiling. Advancing technology (cloud computing, IOT, AI etc.) are enabling deeper optimization in environments that have a heightened sensitivity to changes in comfort.
Join us for an educational event about how new technology improves comfort, accelerates measurement & verification (M&V) and overall leads to deeper optimization in Multi-Family buildings
CEO at Voyager Buildings
Abhishek Khurana is the CEO of Voyager Buildings, an energy services contractor based in Toronto. Abhi has extensive experience implementing Automation Systems in New Construction and Existing Buildings. Abhi is a big proponent of leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) alongside a Building’s Automation System to reduce its carbon footprint and operation costs.
Over the years, Abhi has held various roles at ASHRAE Toronto and is currently the President Elect of the Chapter.
Director of Product at Parity Inc.
Jana Jedlovska is the Director of Product at Parity, responsible for guiding the evolution of Parity’s products.
Prior to joining Parity, Jana worked at Toronto Hydro’s conservation group in a variety of capacities that took her from the mechanical rooms to the C-suites. Ultimately, she led the development and execution of a multi-residential and healthcare sector conservation strategy aimed at retrofitting existing buildings to meet aggressive energy reduction targets.
Preceding Toronto Hydro she worked in boutique engineering consulting companies that took her to Australia and Asia where she worked on low carbon, energy efficient and wholly sustainable new construction design.
Jana is a Certified Energy Manager with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Mechanical Engineering) from the University of Waterloo.
SVP Sales and Business Development at Parity Inc.
Mike Mulqueen is responsible for overseeing Parity's sales team and revenue growth, including new business partnerships and US expansion. Parity provides a real-time energy management service for multi-family buildings, using cloud-based machine-learning algorithms to optimize HVAC equipment and with savings contractually guaranteed.
From 2015 - 2019, Mike led Toronto Hydro's multi-family and commercial energy conservation strategy, managing a team of engineers, energy managers and efficiency sales professionals that helped building owners and managers reduce operating costs. Prior to this he managed the low-income conservation program, which undertook efficiency upgrades in more than 12,000 homes from 2011-2014.
From 2005 – 2011, Mike was a Senior Environmental Planner for the City of Toronto where he helped to develop and implement the City’s green roof policies, green building standards, Climate Change Plan and Sustainable Energy Strategy. He is a Certified Energy Manager with a Master of Urban Planning Degree from McGill University and a combined Honours BA in Philosophy and Economics from McMaster University.
Registration within 24 hours of the event start time cannot be guaranteed due to technical reasons.
Cost: Free for Toronto Chapter Members
$5 for Participating Region 2 Chapters Members
$10 for Non-Members
Date: Monday - March 15th, 2021
Where: Online Webinar
Start Time: 5:30 pm
If you are a member of one of the participating chapters, you can acquire the special access code through your chapter. You MUST register here using your chapter-registered email and name. We will use this information to verify your membership, and failure to verify membership in the participating chapter will void your registration without refund.