University of Alaska
Presented by Mike Cox
The University of Alaska Fairbanks has its own GoGen PowerPlant and is currently implementing Energy Management in AiM. This has created a bit of a tricky, atypical implementation, which is in the final stages. The results are expected to be a big time saver.
- Gain an understanding of virtual meters, sub meters, service meters and parent meters and why it matters.
- Learn about ETLs and if it’s right for your needs.
- Hear about meter reading verification and verification rules to help ensure accuracy.
- Complete the process with invoicing.
Mike Cox is responsible for Work Management and has worked as a operations analyst for facilities services at the University of Alaska Fairbanks for over seven years and been with the university for almost ten years. He started with AiM when the university upgraded from Facility Focus to AiM in 2011. He facilitates the AiM implementations as well as process improvements utilizing the functionality of AiM. Mike checked off personal bucket item list by traveling to Australia and New Zealand over Thanksgiving last year. Mike holds a bachelor’s degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management degree from Northern Arizona University and an MBA from University of Washington.