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The LES Training Series is comprised of 3 main categories of energy efficiency, renewable energy, and climate change related training offerings from the LEWG and its member organizations as well as a number of other trusted sources.
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LES Webinars occur on the 2nd Wednesday of the Month from Noon-1PM. Preregistration required.
December 11th - Take Control of Your Town's Energy Budget: Energy Reduction for Municipal Buildings
With the concern for poor building performance, indoor air quality and climate change, energy efficiency has risen to prominence as the primary resource for meeting consumers' energy needs. In this presentation, Rhonda Harmych and Kelly Bryan of TRC and Andy Duncan of Lakes Region Community College, present compelling case studies detailing how energy efficiency has a positive impact on building performance, occupant health, finances and community resiliency. In a carbon-constrained world, discover why energy efficiency is the economic and environmental resource of choice. Learn the most important components of managing energy use to save money without compromising quality or reliability. See how you can take full advantage of rebates from NH utilities and energy efficiency programs to make your building more energy efficient. Brian Adams of IBEA will moderate our discussion.
Who should view this webcast? This presentation is designed for consumers of energy and those who pay the bills including; town administrators, school principals, business owners, legislators, policymakers and professionals in the energy field.
What topics would YOU like to hear about on 2014 Webinars?
Please share your interests on this quick survey of potential topics and feel free to add YOUR suggestions or ideas.
• What would you like to learn more about?
• What information or resources would help you accelerate your local energy projects?
• Is there a particular project or technology about which you would like to hear more?
• Is there an energy leader from which you would like to hear?
We look forward to hearing from you.
The Local Energy Work Group
2013 Webinar Topics