Mar 2014 Deep Retrofit Finance: the economics of sustainable property investment--dramatically expanding access to capital

  • 03 Mar 2014
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM (CST)
  • Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites - Overland Park
  • 101

Registration

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Walk-ins are Welcome

$30 at the Door (Cash or Check)


Our Speaker: Scott Muldavin, CRE, FRICS
Senior Fellow, Rocky Mountain Institute & Executive Director, Green Building Finance Consortium


 Scott and the audience will address a number of important questions facing the industry including:
  • What is the best way to approach financing retrofits?
  • What are the realistic financing options in today’s market? 
  • What new innovations are on the horizon?
  • How does my company take advantage of new financing innovations to drive higher levels of sustainability performance while meeting or exceeding financial hurdles?
  • How do I convincingly present the value of retrofits beyond energy cost savings?

Many companies have successfully executed low-cost energy efficiency options, justified by energy cost savings, but have been searching for financially viable approaches to expand sustainability efforts to meet increasing tenant, employee and other stakeholders’ demands. Come learn how Rocky Mountain Institute’s recently released practice guide: “How to Calculate and Present Deep Retrofit Value for Owner Occupants” provides this “missing link”undefined enabling evidence-based financial support for deep energy/sustainability retrofits.

Join Scott Muldavin to learn about the latest innovations in sustainable property finance and how new approaches to sustainable property value and risk analysis radically change the economics of sustainable property investment--dramatically expanding access to capital. 


Scott Muldavin

Scott Muldavin, CRE, FRICS, is Senior Fellow at the Rocky Mountain Institute and one of the world’s leading experts on energy efficiency and sustainable property investment. His groundbreaking work detailing how investors and occupants can integrate risk and value into energy/sustainability property decision-making provides the foundation for increasing company profits and meeting the societal imperative to reduce carbon emissions.

He is author of the acclaimed book: Value Beyond Cost Savings: How to Underwrite Sustainable Properties, and over 225 articles and books on real estate finance, investment, valuation and sustainability. He founded and leads the Green Building Finance Consortium and has advised and collaborated with the US Department of State, US General Services Administration, Urban Land Institute, CoreNet Global, BOMA International, the National Association of Realtors, the US Department of Energy, Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, National Building Sciences Institute, World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Washington DC (PACE), California Energy Commission and many others working to scale energy efficiency/sustainability investment.

Mr. Muldavin’s sustainability work builds on his recognized expertise in real estate investment, management, finance, and valuation.  Mr. Muldavin serves as President of The Muldavin Company, Inc., a private consulting firm serving the real estate industry; was a lead real estate partner at Deloitte & Touché; co-founded Guggenheim Real Estate, a $3+ billion private real estate company; served on the Advisory Board of Global Real Analytics, an adviser to $2 billion of REIT and CMBS funds; and completed over 300 consulting engagements involving real estate finance, investment, valuation, securitization, corporate real estate, and sustainability.  

Mr. Muldavin speaks regularly throughout the world at meetings sponsored by the Urban Land Institute, the Mortgage Bankers Association, the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, NCREIF, the US Green Building Council, the Pension Real Estate Association, the Appraisal Institute, BOMA International and other organizations. He has also lectured at scores of universities and major industry forums including those at UC Berkeley, Stanford University, MIT, Wharton, the New York Academy of Science, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories, the Tokyo Land Forum, and the Ministry of Land and Resources in Beijing.

He is a graduate of UC Berkeley and Harvard University, a Counselor of Real Estate (CRE), and a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.


We hope to see everyone at this month’s lunch program!

Please RSVP at www.kcashrae.org by Thursday 5PM, February 28, 2014.

Fees are $25 for those who RSVP by deadline and $30.00 at the door.

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Hope to see everyone at this month’s lunch program!
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