Julie Roby of greeNEWit Speaks at Multi-Family Housing Conference

October 21, 2014 Written by  Comments Print


Amelia Island, FLgreeNEWit’s director of residential energy solutions, Julie Roby, was a featured panelist at this year’s MAXIMIZE Multifamily Asset Management Conference in Amelia Island, Florida.  The event was held at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort on October 15, 2014.


As the director of residential energy solutions for greeNEWit, Julie oversees all field and data operations, develops performance standards, improves tracking systems and maintains relationships with Maryland utility companies to achieve the goals of the Empower Maryland Energy Efficiency Act. At the conference, Ms. Roby spoke on behalf of greeNEWit about her experience in the industry and discussed how green strategies, such as energy audits and lighting upgrades, can deliver net operating income in savings and new revenue. She emphasized the importance of evaluating a multi-family portfolio to see what incentives or rebates can be taken advantage of when implementing such projects.


The MAXIMIZE Multifamily Asset Management Conference is the apartment industry's only event dedicated to asset management and long-term value creation in multifamily housing communities. The conference combines the very successful Apartment Revenue Management Conference and the NAA Green Conference into a comprehensive retreat for asset managers charged with creating new value for their investors. To find out more about the conference series, click here.


About greeNEWit

greeNEWit provides energy and water saving upgrades that help residents and businesses save money on their energy bills and reduce their carbon footprint. The company aims to promote sustainability, reduce consumption, eliminate waste and reform our relationship with the environment.



Find out more by visiting greeNEWit.com or calling 866-994-7639. For more greeNEWit press releases, click here.