Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

3041Fwd: Register today! Sensible Steps for Energy Efficiency in Schools with ENERGY STAR webinar on 10/22/13 at 3pm EDT

Expand Messages
  • Mansel Adelbert Nelson
    Oct 18, 2013
    • 1 Attachment
    • 5 KB


    Mansel A Nelson
    Program Coordinator
    Tribal Environmental Education Outreach
    928-523-1275

    Begin forwarded message:

    From: "Young, Margo" <Young.Margo@...>
    Date: October 18, 2013 at 9:59:18 AM PDT
    To: Undisclosed recipients:;
    Subject: Register today! Sensible Steps for Energy Efficiency in Schools with ENERGY STAR webinar on 10/22/13 at 3pm EDT

    Hope you can attend. Please share widely!

     

    Sensible Steps to Healthier School Environments

     

    Join us for webinar number five in this special, ongoing series!

     

    Designed to meet the needs of your entire school community

    - Facility Managers

    - School Nurses

    - Custodial Staff

    - Teachers

    - District Administrators

    - Support Staff

    - Principals

    - School Board Members

     

     

    Sensible Steps for Energy Efficiency in Schools with ENERGY STAR!

    October 22, 2013          3:00 PM EDT          Register Now

     

     

    Rising energy costs are a major concern for school districts across the nation. U.S. schools spend a combined $8 billion on energy every year. That’s more than expenditures for computers and textbooks combined!  Join this EPA webinar to learn how the ENERGY STAR program can help you improve energy efficiency and reduce operating costs in your schools.

     

    •   Learn guidelines for energy management that your school can follow to improve energy and financial performance;

    •   See how to evaluate your school’s energy performance with EPA’s new and improved ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager;

    •   Discover sensible steps Des Moines Public Schools (DMPS) took to enhance energy efficiency, reduce energy waste, and avoid $2.4 million in energy costs compared to a 2008 baseline.

     

    Featured presenters:

    James Wilkerson

    Director of Facilities Services

    Des Moines Public Schools

    Mr. Wilkerson currently serves as the Director of Facilities Services for DMPS, recipient of EPA’s ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Award for Energy Management in 2012 and 2013, and recipient of U.S. DOE’s Green Ribbon Schools designation in 2013. Prior to his role at DMPS, Mr. Wilkerson worked as an Energy Specialist for 13 years. He has an extensive experience in building HVAC system design and operation; building audits and commissioning activities; lighting audit and design for with interior and exterior projects; and building automation systems use and design.

     

    Ashley McArthur

    Senior Analyst

    The Cadmus Group, Inc. on behalf of EPA’s ENERGY STAR program

    Ms. McArthur supports K-12 schools and school districts on behalf of EPA’s ENERGY STAR program, providing both direct support to partners and resource development for EPA. She developed the content for EPA’s ENERGY STAR Competition Guide for Buildings & Plants and associated presentation materials, as well as the ENERGY STAR K-12 Student Toolkit (currently in development). She has also delivered training to K-12 school districts and other organizations on how to plan and launch an energy efficiency competition. Ashley holds an MA from Georgetown University and a BA from University of Pennsylvania.

     

    Register for this session today!  You’ll receive a certificate of completion for your participation in each webinar.

     

    ·         Learn more about the Sensible Steps Webinar series - nine individual sessions on specific school environmental health topics.

    ·         Subscribe to our mailing list to receive details and registration reminders for other Sensible Steps Webinars. 

    ·         View the Sensible Steps to Healthier School Environments guide.

    ·         Check out EPA’s  Healthy School Environments website

     

    Please share this message with your school environmental health colleagues and contacts!

     

    Margo Young

    Children's Environmental Health

    U.S. EPA Region 10

    1200 Sixth Avenue, Suite 900, ETPA-086

    Seattle, WA 98101-3140

    young.margo@...

    206.553.1287

    epa.gov/region10/children