A Water Efficiency Expert Explains ESPC Best Practices
There’s a right way to go about Energy Service Performance Contracts (ESPCs)
When they work well, federal agencies can save money and improve their facilities, without a massive upfront capital investment.
That’s why HydroPoint has teamed up with a water efficiency expert in an upcoming webinar. ESCOs bring in Paul Bassett whenever they need expert water efficiency evaluations on federal properties.
On July 22, we’re bringing him to you to highlight ESPC best practices. Whether you’re looking to take advantage of an ESPC, or simply looking for FIM and ECM tips from a water efficiency expert, this one’s for you.
- What should to be included in the EPSC
- Water efficiency solutions – what to look for and why
- Water savings – can they really be guaranteed?
- Outdoor water use best practices – from stormwater capture to flow sensors and master valves
- Water savings tips during and after COVID 19
Paul Bassett, SVP of Water Efficiency
Paul Bassett is Vice President and co-founder of Water Savers, LLC, a recognized leader in advanced design and construction of water efficiency projects all over the United States. Paul brings over 30 years of experience in all facets of managing water efficiency projects from investment grades audits, advanced design of solutions, scope development, measure implementation, and measurement and verification. Prior to founding Water Savers in 2009, Paul specialized in sustainable landscape irrigation systems and has worked in the landscape irrigation industry his entire career. Paul’s current projects include rainwater collection systems, groundwater collection and re-use, air-handler condensation collection and re-use, ornamental water feature efficiency, automatic metering systems, and cooling system water optimization.
Paul is a resident of Ellicott City, MD, and in his free time, you will most likely find him at the helm of a sailboat cruising the rivers of the Chesapeake Bay with his family and friends.
Paul has 2 beautiful daughters, Sarah Knight 31 and Abigail Bassett 7, and a new grandson Chris Jr.
Internet of Things (IoT) devices and sensor technology are becoming more common in commercial building management. This smart building technology provides building owners and occupants with real-time data that can drive or automate decisions, reduce costs and waste less resources.
This webinar series focuses on our solutions (Baseline, WeatherTRAK and WaterCompass) and tips and tricks for managing your site’s water use remotely. Join the conversation during one of our FREE webinars.
You can’t manage what you don’t measure. Unseen water waste and leaks can cost up to hundreds of thousands of dollars each year, depending on the amount of water you use. But that can be a drop in the bucket compared to the property damage it can do, the loss of use of space, and insurance premiums.