Topics of the workshop will center on HACC's award-winning energy management program. With strategic environmental and economic practices, HACC saves more than $250,000 a year in energy costs. The Wildwood Campus has received national awards for HACC's accomplishments in pollution control and energy savings, including a substantial reduction in the release of greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere. "This workshop will assist the bottom line for small business, as well as others interested in energy efficiency," says Dr. E. Drannon Buskirk, Jr., HACC adjunct instructor for environmental programs. "We'll be discussing practices that can quickly add up, saving up to 15% in energycosts, and at the same time, be good for the environment."
|The schedule for the workshop will include:
|Energy Use, Energy Start Programs and Energy Management Planning
|Energy Savings and Profit: Worked Analyses
|Programs Implementation-Energy Projects and Planning Performance Contracting Finance
|Where Do You Go From Here?
Cost for the workshop is $10. For more information or to register for the workshop, contact Richard Ciocci, professor, mechanical drafting/design, in HACC's Business, Engineering, and Technology division, telephone 780-2547.