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  • 1. Limitless opportunities for energy efficiency
  • 2. Who is our founder?  Diana L. Nash, President and LEED AP has 26 years of experience including business development, project management, commercial real estate and “green” strategies.  Ms. Nash’s areas of specializations include: (1) Strategic Planning, (2) Real Estate Brokerage, (3) Green Project Planning, (4) Project Planning, (5) Operating Expense Reduction, (6) Tenant Representation, and (6) Sustainability Consulting  Ms. Nash holds a B.S. Degree in Economics and Labor Studies from Eastern Michigan University, and has completed coursework towards her M.B.A. at the University of Michigan and M.S.F. at Walsh College.  Additionally, Ms. Nash has completed the Kerzner Project Management certification (PMBOK) at Michigan State University Executive Training Center. Ms. Nash also completed a 30-hour Real Estate Law course through Middleton Training, and completed a 92- hour Broker Certification course and State Exam.
  • 3. Diana Nash President LEED AP Mark Zalewski Walt Suzanne Bill Rick Darter Rob George Chris Technical Dindoffer Hess Computer Rodgers Organizational Topley Product Sales Tax Recovery Board of Hardware VP of National Development Environmental Strategic Energy Directors and Sales Operations Assessment Planning Auditing Manager Partner Tom Brown Diana Dave Paulette Joe Ryan Ed Solar & Elarde Gaddus Alioa Fitzgerald Stoianowski Weberman Strategic Sustainable Document Equipment Interior Construction Lease Planning Roofing Cost Financing Product Services Audits Sustainable Systems Recovery Facilities Specialist Robert Randy Mark Dave Gordon Connie Harr Arthur Book Kowal Chwalibog Siegel Building Lilly Energy Siegal Real Estate Project Energy Envelope Green Monitoring Legal Cost Management Auditing Roofing Exterior Computing Systems Environmental Recovery Products Tech Edna Nicole Gary Patrich Jett Stephens Dombrowski Zack Real Estate Education & 3D Biochemist Cost Community Presentations Recovery Outreach
  • 4. What is the goal of Green Team Coalition, LLC?  Simply explained, our main goal is to reduce operating expenses (such as mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) for companies and organizations.  We do this by assessing how much energy is currently used by the organization and implement products and services to reduce that cost substantially.  This implementation that occurs is through our GTC methods.  The end result is reduced operating expenses for our clients.
  • 5. Overview  Green Team Coalition, LLC is a company that is founded upon the fundamental process of:  (1) Reducing utility expenses for companies through energy efficiency  (2) Educating vendors about Green energy  (3) Transforming facilities into lean, high performance work systems to maximize profits and eliminate waste  (4) Reducing operating costs on multiple platforms, i.e. waste stream consulting
  • 6. Primary Practice Areas: 2 Concepts  Green Team Coalition, LLC (GTC) is comprised of (1) a primary business practice for reducing facility costs to companies, along with (2) a membership outreach program for education and networking.  Our education and networking program is held every other month to help inform and connect the Green Energy community.  We have 350 members of our networking and outreach program, while attracting new interest and growing everyday!
  • 7. Green Team Coalition Outreach  Diana Nash, President, speaks on behalf of the latest developments in the Green Energy community, along with other vendors that have requested to present their ideas at GTC networking meetings.  Attendees have 3 options of attending this valuable presentation and networking session:  1. A full membership of $299 annually  2. An associate membership of $99 annually  3. A $12, pay at the door admission
  • 8. Green Team Coalition: Our 4 Core Practices  We are the proud creators of environomics.  Environomics: Efficiency measures resulting in economic gain.  Initially, GTC is hired to (1) perform an energy audit for a facility / organization to access how much energy is being used / money spent and (2) how those large costs can be dramatically reduced by environomic efficiency.
  • 9. Client Results  (3) Once an energy audit has been conducted, GTC performs sustainability consulting to reduce operating costs to the client.  (4) Core products are implemented to maintain sustainability measures.  (5) As a result of a now “energy efficient” facility, the client may subsequently be eligible for government tax recovery.
  • 10. What does “carbon footprint” mean?  This is a measure of how much carbon output is generated from a facility.  This calculation is determined based from energy audits and used for GTC analysis.  Developing carbon cap- and-trade laws make this calculation important for businesses.
  • 11. Available Options for GTC Clients  Operating Cost Reduction  Monthly utility bills  Sustainability Consulting  Maintaining optimal, low energy costs  Energy Auditing  Electrical, mechanical, plumbing  Real Estate Cost Recovery & Transactions  Lease auditing and lease restructuring  Tax Recovery  Tax appeals, EPACT, carbon footprint calculations  Products  HVAC efficiency, wind, solar, LEED materials
  • 12. Potential Clients  Private sector  Office and Industrial Properties  Government sector  Schools, GSA facilities, State and local municipalities  Non-profit  Churches, Volunteer Organizations
  • 13. What are reasonable expectations for clients?  A client may expect to see their energy consumption reduced by 18 – 30%.  We also conduct post energy audits to assess energy consumption as a final step to our GTC method.
  • 14. What are current trends surrounding energy?  There is a major trend toward energy audits driven by legislation and education.  People are becoming more educated on energy efficiency and how it is directly correlated to the corporate bottom line.  As people become more educated with rising energy costs, there is a strong movement toward energy reduction and management.  This is a controllable expense to reduce operating costs, without unnecessary or unwanted corporate layoffs.
  • 15. What does the future of energy look like?  Buildings and facilities resistant to waste  Increased profits actualized as a result of utilities and energy savings  Legislation in place for energy consumption and tax breaks for measurable compliance
  • 16. Interested? Contact GTC Today Diana L. Nash, President, LEED AP Email: Diana.Nash9@gmail.com Phone: 248 - 763 - 2275