Foundations of Industrial Energy Efficiency

CityNorth Little Rock
CountyPulaski (AR1126)
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North Little Rock
Pulaski (AR1126)
Tel 2019-10-01
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Foundations of Industrial Energy Efficiency

This training program is intended to provide facilities personnel, energy managers, engineers, and utility representatives with both basic and intermediate understanding of the latest energy efficiency methods, procedures, and best practices. No matter your background, you will leave this workshop with an actionable understanding of how to save energy within an industrial facility.  Examples of some of the topics this training will discuss: Justification for energy efficiency Best business practices of energy management State of industrial energy efficiency today Foundational understanding: Making the best business case for efficiency Plant energy assessment methods and procedures Power versus Energy Utility use, costs, and accessing incentive program dollars Identifying energy wasting systems Common systems and energy efficiency measures Company focus on sustainability The need for measurement and verification (M&V) About the Instructor: Dr.

Darin Nutter PE, FASHRAE Dr. Darin Nutter is a Professor and Department Head of the University of Arkansas' Department of Mechanical Engineering. He received his B.S. and M.S. in mechanical engineering at Oklahoma State University and his Ph.D. from Texas A&M University. Dr. Nutter's research interests are encompassed within the broad area of thermal or energy systems. More specifically, over the last 25 years, his background and focus has been on the improvement of HVAC&R systems and manufacturing/processing plants, with regard to operation, energy efficiency, and sustainability. This class is sponsored by Energy Efficiency Arkansas and is subsidized for Arkansas residents.  .

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