Senior Vice President
DTZ (now part of Cushman & Wakefield)
Length of video: 1:30 minutes
Senior Vice President Lee Dunfee points to the excess energy usage that energy intelligence software discovered in one of DTZ’s (now part of Cushman & Wakefield) older properties, ultimately leading to 20% savings with zero cost involved.
As a commercial real estate services firm, DTZ uses real-time energy data to increase the value of its assets by creating a more comfortable environment in its properties, making them more attractive to potential tenants and improving their ENERGY STAR ratings.