U.S. Department of Energy - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Advanced Manufacturing Office
You Could Be the Next Qualified Specialist
May 8, 2007
If you are an engineer or other industrial professional with expertise in industrial systems, DOE’s Industrial Technologies Program invites you to share your knowledge and increase your business potential by becoming a Qualified Specialist. Get started now by registering for advanced training in using one or more of ITP’s software tools to assess energy use and savings opportunities in industrial compressed air, fan, process heating, pumping, or steam systems. As part of the training, you must pass a written exam developed by ITP and its partners. Once recognized as a specialist, you can apply the tools to help your plant or your customers find ways to save energy and money.
Don’t delay—sign up now for one of several upcoming Qualified Specialist training sessions in 2007. Space is limited and advance registration is required, so please see the specialist training sessions on ITP's BestPractices Web site for details.
Being recognized as a Qualified Specialist is the first step to becoming one of the "Best of the Best," an ESA Energy Expert. These experts conduct Energy Savings Assessments as part of ITP's Save Energy Now strategy. If you are already a Qualified Specialist, ITP encourages you to submit a proposal to become an ESA Energy Expert in time for the next round of assessments.