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The Energy Center of Wisconsin promotes sustainability through research, program design, and hands-on demonstration in buildings nationwide. Join them for their award winning continuing education courses. ECW provides education for building professionals, program managers, and policymakers to advance energy efficiency.

  • 01 Jul 2014 1:46 PM | Heather Goetsch (Administrator)


    Throw your hat into the ring!

    We're looking for experts to help 100s of residential building professionals produce better products, enhance customer relations, expand business opportunities and gain new perspectives. We attract a diverse crowd so a breadth of topics to fit many interests and skill sets is needed.

    Do you have something you'd like to present? Do it at the Better Buildings: Better Business Conferences from February 26–27, 2015 in Illinois and March 11–13, 2015 in Wisconsin. Proposals due August 1, 2014.

    Submit here: http://www.ecw.org/betterbuildings/presentation-proposal
  • 25 Jun 2014 10:19 AM | Heather Goetsch (Administrator)

    Online 24/7
    Presented by Richard Young
    ON-DEMAND COMMERCIAL VIDEO SERIES

    Restaurants use more energy per square foot than other commercial buildings. Join us to learn what energy efficiency initiatives make sense in the food service industry. Efficient cooking, ventilation, refrigeration, lighting and more are explored during this six-part video series.

    Register to watch all or part of the series now.

  • 25 Jun 2014 10:16 AM | Heather Goetsch (Administrator)

    Online 24/7
    Presented by Rebecca Ellis

    AFE, AIA, BOMI, IACET, WI PE
    ON-DEMAND COMMERCIAL WEBINAR


    Retro-commissioning is a process that can significantly improve asset value, occupant comfort, indoor environmental quality and equipment performance; increase operation and maintenance staff expertise; and drive deep and lasting energy savings. This on-demand webinar offers a brief introduction to the retro-commissioning process and quickly moves into the identification of facility and system characteristics that makeup particularly good or bad candidates for retro-commissioning. The various factors that impact the cost of retro-commissioning will be discussed, as well as the potential benefits of the process while not overlooking those that are non-energy related.

    Learn more and register to watch the on-demand webinar now.
  • 25 Jun 2014 10:14 AM | Heather Goetsch (Administrator)


    July 23, 2014 in Plymouth, WI
    9 AM ‒ 4 PM
    Presented by Thomas Jenkins

    DNR, IACET, WI PE
    ON-LOCATION INDUSTRIAL COURSE


    Have you questioned your wastewater treatment facility’s energy bill lately? Find ways to control this business expense and improve treatment while not sacrificing water quality during this course. A brief overview of the nature of electric energy usage and cost at a typical wastewater treatment facility will set the stage. Next we’ll make the case for why the comprehension and analysis of electric bills is so important, along with the need to establish baselines and benchmarks.

    Learn more and register today.
  • 23 May 2014 1:49 PM | Heather Goetsch (Administrator)


    Presented by Ryan Hoger
    Online 24/7
    AFE, AIA, BOMI, IACET, WI DSPS, WI PE

    ON-DEMAND COMMERCIAL WEBINAR

    In the past 10 years, the average gas efficiency of RTUs has moved from 80 percent to just 82 percent and the cooling efficiency of the refrigeration circuits has improved slightly. Learn how to improve the efficiency of existing and new RTUs during this on-demand webinar. Recent DOE research is discussed, products are reviewed, new fan controls are explained and code requirements and standards are summarized. Learn more and register to watch the on-demand webinar now at http://ecw.org/education/webinars/advanced-rtu-control-strategies.

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