Who Should Attend:
School districts, college and universities, state agencies, and anyone interested in learning about energy conservation measures.
Ron Spangler, Energy Program Manager, OFCC
David Zehala, President, Plug Smart
Mark Zappe, Account Executive, Johnson Controls
CEU/Certificate of Participation:
*AIA CEUs pending.
Please Note: For those interested in continuing education credits or a certificate of participation:
If you are interested in receiving a certificate of participation for your attendance at an OFCC webinar, you will need to individually register and then individually login / logout for the webinar. GoToWebinar provides us with a login and logout time for each attendee which acts as the digital documentation of your attendance for certification and auditing purposes. In order to receive either continuing education credits or a certificate of participation, attendees must attend the entire webinar.
Credit is not offered to attendees who watch an OFCC webinar in a group environment.
This process has been approved by the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission and the Ohio Architects Board / Ohio Landscape Architects Board.
Please join us for this informative webinar to learn how to better harness the power of energy efficiency to help decrease your utility expenditures, reduce operations and maintenance costs, and improve operational cash flow. More specifically, this session will arm you with an energy conservation project "Top Ten Check List" designed to help you prioritize your efforts and identify energy projects that can provide your organization with the best financial paybacks in the least amount of time.
In this webinar, attendees will:
- Learn how changes in interior and exterior LED lighting technologies are rapidly evolving and changing the way business owners should financially evaluate these retrofit opportunities.
- Learn mission critical building automation control "best practices" that every building owner should be incorporating into their control strategies right now.
- Understand that there are numerous HVAC and building envelope related energy projects that can payback in less that 8-10 years and not be drag on your financial bottom line.
- Learn about some energy savings strategies that may not be viable due to their long payback.