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Participate in no-cost webcasts and view archives to learn energy-saving strategies from leading manufacturing companies and energy experts. Webcasts are convenient, cost-effective, and ideal for any size group.
Find upcoming and archived presentations from webcasts held the first Tuesday of every month from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. EST. Topics include tools, technologies, energy assessments, and other strategies to reduce energy costs in your plant.
Register for webinars in this four-part series for small, medium, and large manufacturers. Learn how to prepare for and implement an energy management system—using DOE's eGuide online software tool and the ISO 50001 energy management standard.
Explore lessons learned by energy managers at leading manufacturing companies from implementing energy-saving projects in these one-hour webinars. Topics include real-world challenges like creating conditions for successful project implementation, gaining management support, and obtaining financing. Each webinar highlights a different topic and features an energy manager from a different Better Plants Partner.
Access two-hour webcasts on AMO's proven software tools for plant systems and learn how to discover energy-saving opportunities in your manufacturing plant. Topics include compressed air, steam, process heating, and motor-driven system software tools.
Learn how to advance energy efficiency policies and programs, remove barriers, and grow state and local investment in IEE and CHP. These webinars are provided by the State and Local Energy Efficiency Action Network's (SEE Action) IEE/CHP Working Group.
Review archived webinars for state, regional, and utility partners on a variety of manufacturing efficiency topics: electric and natural gas energy efficiency programs, state energy efficiency policies, financing energy efficiency programs, industrial customer perspectives, and regulation that impacts utility energy efficiency programs.
Watch the five-part series provided by IAC Directors in 2006 to learn about: energy efficient building management strategies, measuring and improving boiler efficiency, combined heat and power (CHP), optimizing combustion systems, and steam system management.
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