Thursday, January 6, 2011

SDGE's Free Seminar to Save on Energy Costs


SDG&E's Energy Education & Training Seminars for Businesses 

 

 

 

 

Learn Ways to Reduce
Your Energy Consumption

This class is designed for owners of small and medium-sized businesses and non-technical employees who want to learn ways to reduce energy costs at their place of business. Participants will receive practical information on how to conduct an energy-use survey and information about their lighting and air-conditioning systems. The class also presents useful energy conservation information on utility bills and rate schedules, and includes a work plan to implement survey recommendations.
Register today, space is limited

Seminar Highlights

·         Receive practical information on how to conduct an energy-use survey
·         Learn key ways to save energy by improving the efficiency of your lighting and air-conditioning
·         Follow simple maintenance tips to keep your equipment functioning efficiently and properly
·         Discover how you can benefit from SDG&E® rebates & incentives
Offering informative seminars is one of the ways SDG&E is helping to ensure reliable, environmentally responsible energy for today and tomorrow.

Who should attend?

This workshop is specifically designed for owners and managers of small and mid-sized businesses looking to reduce energy use and improve energy cost management.

Speaker

David Wylie, earned his B.S. in air conditioning and refrigeration technology from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, and has developed more than 20 courses addressing energy-efficient systems. David and his partners began ASW Engineering to provide air conditioning and refrigeration technology support in research and development, economic analysis, construction management, and utility program implementation. As a previous school teacher, he has the ability to simplify complex information into easy and tangible solutions accessible to both technical and non-technical attendees.

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