This eTraining core course provides a comprehensive overview of interior lighting system applications, including types of technologies, lighting controls, opportunities for savings, and emerging interior lighting technologies and trends.
This eTraining core course provides a comprehensive overview of lighting systems, including lighting sources, lighting controls, and types of LED technologies, and identifies cost-effective LED applications.
This eTraining core course provides Federal facility and energy managers with knowledge and skills to assist in meeting water-related legislative and executive order requirements. Learners will develop skills in increasing water efficiency and reducing water use through sound operations and maintenance practices and water-efficient technologies.
This eTraining core course provides Federal facility and energy managers with the knowledge and competencies to contract for the design and installation a building automation system (BAS) in an existing Federal facility.
Webinar discusses the first steps to consider with a combined heat and power project and how to finance it through an energy savings performance contract (ESPC) by understanding technology deployment in ESPCs.
First Thursday Seminar covers the need for additional combined heat and power (CHP) resources, reviews the use of CHP in the Federal sector, and summarizes various prime mover and thermally activated technologies and their applications.
This eTraining core course is designed for energy and facility managers who manage commissioning processes for existing Federal buildings. Focusing on proven strategies in the Federal sector, the training is designed to achieve the maximum benefits of commissioning efforts.
This eTraining core course offers federal contracting officers a concise introduction to the process of procuring energy-efficient products and includes actionable guidance as it applies throughout the contracting process.