Energy 101

On Demand Training

90 minutes

FEMP First Thursday Seminar

Energy 101 provides an introduction to Federal energy management. The training is designed for new Federal energy managers and others wanting an overall introduction to renewable energy, energy efficiency, and water efficiency. After completing the course, attendees will understand:

  • Overview of energy management, energy efficiency, renewable energy, and water efficiency
  • Legislative basis for Federal energy management
  • Process diagram for starting energy management projects
  • Establishing baseline energy and water measurements
  • Developing action plans
  • Financing mechanisms and options
  • Additional resources for Federal energy managers

Date recorded: March 4, 2010

Instructor(s):

  • Linda Mesaros, President, Mesaros Associates, Inc. Read bio.
  • Joe Konrade, Federal Energy Management Program.
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For course questions, contact Joe Konrade at 202-586-8039 or joseph.konrade@ee.doe.gov.

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