Continuing Education for Residential and Commercial Professionals
Opportunities through the Energy Center of Wisconsin


Making the case for energy efficiency: sales tactics that work
Presenter:
Mark Jewell, President, Energy Efficiency Funding Group, Inc.
April 23, 2014 | Green Bay, WI
AFE, AIA, BOMI, IACET, WI PE |
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ON-LOCATION COMMERCIAL TRAINING
Unless the benefits of enhanced efficiency are reframed so that they can be measured with yardsticks that organizations are already using to gauge success, proposals for saving energy will continue to be rejected or simply ignored. During this session, you'll learn how to create marketing tools that will capture the attention of decision makers on topics related to energy including elevator pitches, one-page proposals and one-page financial analyses.
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Understanding power quality disturbances
Presenter:
Greg Stark, PE, Lecturer, Biological & Agricultural Engineering Department, Texas A&M University
May 6, 2014 | Appleton, WI
May 8, 2014 | Eau Claire, WI
AFE, BOMI, IACET, WI DSPS, WI PE | more
ON-LOCATION COMMERCIAL TRAINING
When it comes to the quantity versus quality debate, both are of equal importance when it comes to power. Gain a solid understanding of electrical power quality and its impact in facilities during this half-day session. You'll learn about common power quality disturbances and their origins, as well as how to improve power quality, immunize equipment and control disturbances. We'll explain how to determine whether electrical supplies and equipment are operating within industry standards and how to distinguish between power quality disturbances that are normal and those that are not. Learn more and register today.
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Energy efficient motors and drives update
Presenter: Greg Stark, PE, Lecturer, Biological & Agricultural Engineering Department, Texas A&M University
May 7, 2014 | 1–2:30 pm Central
AFE, BOMI, IACET, WI DSPS, WI PE | more
LIVE COMMERCIAL WEBINAR
Keeping up with relevant topics in the motors and drives market? Take a close look at issues related to the use of today's premium efficient motors and variable frequency drives. The confusion surrounding efficiency terms, labeling and jargon will be addressed to provide more clarity during the motors and drives selection process. Slight operational differences will be outlined between new and old motors, when and where to use electrically commutated motors will be explained, as well as how to properly size motors. Learn more and register today.


 
 
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