Selecting and Evaluating New and Underused Energy Technologies
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Selecting and Evaluating New and Underused Energy Technologies demonstrates how to use the FEMP Technology Deployment Matrix to identify and select clean energy technologies that have high potential of immediate deployment into agency energy-use reduction programs; assess potential benefits; execute market-based deployment strategies; and develop performance metrics to validate effectiveness and justify project funding.
First Thursday Seminars are FEMP training opportunities targeting Federal energy, environmental, and fleet professionals offered at no cost by leading experts. The training sessions are delivered live via satellite or through streaming media at your desktop.
FEMP offers interactive, online First Thursday training courses to help Federal agencies develop core competencies and comply with energy-efficiency and renewable-energy water-management and sustainability requirements. FEMP is partnering with the National Institute of Building Sciences' Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG) to host these comprehensive, FEMP-developed First Thursday training courses.
Date recorded: April 5, 2012
- Michael Holda, Program Manager, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Read bio.
- Steven Parker, Engineer and Certified Energy Manager, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Read bio.
- Shawn Herrera, Federal Energy Management Program. Read bio.
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