Energy Association of Iowa Schools (EAIS) presents our second set of regional learning sessions for school energy teams (superintendents, school facilities managers, and/or business managers).
- Do lighting controls, like dimmers and CO2 sensors, really make a difference?
- Are LEDs coming down in price and becoming dependable?
- What’s the difference between T8 and T5 lamps?
- What rebates are available to help schools switch to more energy efficient lighting options?
- How much electricity and how many dollars can we save annually by lighting more efficiently?
Find out by attending this interactive learning session!
WHEN & WHERE: Option of two locations and dates, all from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (includes lunch)
- October 8, 2013 @ Ankeny — Iowa Energy Center office on the DMACC campus
- Oct. 9 @ Coralville — Grant Wood AEA Coralville Facility
- This session may be offered at additional locations in western Iowa in the spring if there is enough interest and need. If you are in that region and interested in attending, be sure to let us know!
WHY: Save energy, time and budget dollars
COST: Free for school districts who are EAIS members, and just $25 per participant for non-members.
TO REGISTER: Register by clicking here to sign up by Friday, October 4, 2013. Each site needs a minimum of 10 participants for the training to “go,” so be sure to sign up today and invite your regional school facilities colleagues attend!