This presentation describes an ENERGY STAR offering that is helping organizations realize substantial energy and financial savings available from computer and monitor power management. This training introduces an innovative software tool that enables monitor power management from a central location, as well as educational outreach material. Organizations utilizing this free software (which may be downloaded from the Web) can save $10 to $50 per computer.
Who should participate?
- IT staff
- Energy managers
- Building managers
- Upper management
Learn how to engage plant staff to identify and implement no- and low-cost energy savings opportunities through Energy Treasure Hunts. By using internal resources, the Energy Treasure Hunt process helps build energy teams and internal processes for managing energy with a focus on continuous improvement. The session, oriented to industrial organizations, will provide training on how to organize and conduct an energy treasure hunt.
Get started using EPA’s Portfolio Manager tool. We’ll introduce and demonstrate the core functionality of the Portfolio Manager tool, including:
- How to enter properties.
- Enter energy and water data.
- Share data with others.
- Generate performance reports.
Entering into its eighth year – the Behavior, Energy and Climate Change (BECC) Conference is the premier event focused on understanding individual and organizational behavior and decision-making related to energy usage, greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, and sustainability.
BECC’s goal is to encourage research, policy and programs that promote low-carbon behavior. The conference brings together a range of academics, practitioners, and policy-makers from a variety of fields engaged in energy and climate efforts in order to provide the latest and most relevant behavioral research, best practices, and methodologies.
BECC 2014 is convened by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE), the Precourt Energy Efficiency Center (PEEC), Stanford University, and the California Institute for Energy and Environment (CIEE), University of California.
For more information and to register for this event, visit the BECC Conference web site.
Join us for an introduction to the site and a review of its features. The Zero Waste Connection is a professional social network of zero waste program managers and staff from the federal, state, and local programs, as well as independent experts. Its goals are:
- Promote P2 and sustainability as the preferred methods of achieving zero waste
- Provide forums for zero waste professionals to share information on program development and implementation
- Foster innovation in zero waste programs through the exchange of ideas in real time
- Increase the adoption of zero waste practices among practitioners
- Increase awareness of zero waste opportunities and resources
The site contains an information clearinghouse of resources and manages all of the information shared through the site.
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.