U.S. Department of Energy - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Federal Energy Management Program
FEMP eTraining Course Offered - Sustainable Strategies for Existing Federal Facilities
July 23, 2013
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) presents an eTraining Course: Sustainable Strategies for Existing Federal Facilities available on the Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG) website.
FEMP Expert Sarah Jensen provides training to optimize building technologies, avoid the costs of waste and inefficiency, and create productive, comfortable, and healthy work environments.
Discover best practices and techniques to:
- Implement sustainable Operations & Maintenance practices in the areas of energy, water, materials management, and indoor environmental quality
- Apply tools such as the EnergyStar Portfolio Manager to baseline, benchmark, and audit facilities to comply with the Guiding Principles for High Performance Sustainable Exisiting Buildings
- Implement sustainable strategies to achieve integrated, holistic, and cost effective improvements in building performance and green procurement
- Engage an organizational team to ensure continuous improvement and comply with your agency’s Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan
After completing a course evaluation and multiple-choice assessment, participants will receive a certificate of completion and FEMP Continuing Education Units.
FEMP Core Courses are designed for Federal energy and facility managers, but are open to all individuals at femp.energy.gov/training. Hosted in partnership with the National Institute of Building Sciences Whole Building Design Guide.
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For more information, visit the FEMP Training website.
For other free, self-paced eTraining Core Courses offered by FEMP in association with the Whole Building Design Guide, visit energy.gov/femp/training/etraining.cfm