Event Profile

Engineering Webinar Series: Conservation Potential Assessments

Date(s):
October 13, 2020
Venue:
Online
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Vancouver, WA 98662 
Description:

Who Should Attend:

Engineering personnel and others who would benefit from an understanding of current electric utility engineering principles and practices.

Related Webinars:

Engineering Webinar Series: All 12 Webinars, January 7 - December 8, 2020 (Includes discount)

Webinar Overview:

On national, regional, and local levels, energy conservation (or energy efficiency) is viewed as a reliable, low-risk, and high-return energy resource. A conservation potential assessment (CPA) helps utilities determine where the most cost-effective energy efficiency lies and where to target program efforts. The results of a CPA are often used in conjunction with integrated resource plans (IRPs) to help optimize a utility’s electric supply resources. This webinar will discuss the elements of a CPA, a comparison of the CPA with supply-side resources, and the utilization with the IRP.

Webinar Instructor:

Hi-Line Engineering

Webinar Schedule:

All webinars in this series will begin at 8 a.m. Pacific Time and will last approximately 90 minutes. Instructions will be emailed to each registered individual on the day before the webinar.

Note: A webinar recording will be available to registrants after the live webinar.

Webinar Fees:

Individual Attendee Registration:

    This webinar - Utility and Associate Member Rate: $100

    All 12 webinars - Utility and Associate Member Rate: $900

    (Please visit Engineering Webinar Series: All 12 Webinars to register for the complete series and receive the above discounted rate.)

Unlimited Attendee Registration*:

    This webinar - Utility and Associate Member Rate: $250

    All 12 webinars - Utility and Associate Member Rate: $2,250

    (Please visit Engineering Webinar Series: All 12 Webinars to register for the complete series and receive the above discounted rate.)

*If your organization would like to send multiple attendees to this webinar or the full series, please contact Dale Mayuiers at (360) 816-1448 or dale@nwppa.org for further details.

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