3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Learning the basics of energy efficiency can help you understand your utility bills and manage energy use. Find out about common terms, ways to evaluate technology and why utilities support energy efficiency. Also learn how to take advantage of utility incentive programs that reduce the cost of improving the performance of commercial facilities.
This training will cover:
- The difference between efficiency and conservation
- The difference between energy and demand
- Technologies that reduce commercial building energy consumption
- How to utilize Efficiency Works rebates to make your upgrades more affordable
Logan Jacobson, Analyst, E Source
Logan has worked at E Source as an Analyst on its Technology Assessment Research team for 4 years. She has an undergraduate degree in Physics from Beloit College in Wisconsin. While her work at E Source spans many technology topics, her favorites are smart thermostats, laundry, and agricultural equipment.
Alaina Hawley, Customer Service Engineer, Platte River Power Authority
Alaina has been working at Platte River for 9 months as an engineer on the Efficiency Works Business team. She has an undergraduate degree in Energy Systems Engineering from Oregon State University. In addition to helping pre-approve and process prescriptive rebates, she also works on developing new programs to expand program offerings.
Venue: Utility Operations Building – Training Room