JLL offers a comprehensive range of Energy and Sustainability Services that help corporate real estate clients develop and implement portfolio-wide energy management programs. Our team of over 220+ energy and sustainability subject matter experts globally work to reduces costs, mitigates risk and decreases carbon emissions for our clients. Our programmatic, industrialized approach to energy efficiency leverages our real estate services expertise and offers a unique, holistic approach to sustainability.
Our presentation would describe industry trends in energy and sustainability emerging in our network of Fortune 500 companies. This presentation will include discussion about the drivers of these trends, the trends themselves, and the impact of these trends on corporate real estate. This would be followed by our insight into how and when these trends may impact service providers in the energy-efficiency and renewable energy fields.
Mathew Chamish, P.E.
Senior Portfolio Energy Manager
Mathew Chamish a Senior Portfolio Energy Manager with JLL’s Energy and Sustainability Services (ESS) group. In this role, he is responsible for designing, and managing energy and sustainability strategies that reduce resource consumption and cost for commercial, public, and industrial real estate portfolios. These programs include procurement of electric and natural gas commodities, identification and implementation of energy-efficiency technologies, as well as, the roll-out of clean energy strategies.
Mathew joined JLL in July 2013 and has since managed energy and sustainability programs for several portfolios totaling over 21 million square feet across the Americas. These portfolios include financial office, retail banking, manufacturing, distribution, and mission critical data centers.
Prior to JLL, Mathew’s was in engineering consulting and implementing web-based energy management systems. He provided technical consulting support to implement and evaluate the effectiveness of utility energy efficiency programs designed to reduce energy consumption. Mathew was a Project Engineer at Nexant, an international energy consulting firm. As a Project Engineer, he was responsible for performing investment grade energy audits, site inspections, monitoring and verification of project results, and engineering analysis to identify energy retrofit projects and determine project energy savings. He also served as a technical consultant for NYSERDA vetting projected energy savings and performed inspections of solar systems for state-funded rebate programs.
Education and Affiliations
Mathew is a Professional Engineer in New York State, and a Certified Energy Manager with the Association of Energy Engineers and a LEED Green Associate.
He graduated with his BS in Mechanical Engineering from George Washington University in Washington DC. He then earned his MS in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Energy Systems from Columbia University in New York City.