This eTraining core course offers strategies for creating and maintaining high-performance buildings by optimizing building technologies; avoiding the costs of waste and inefficiency; and creating productive, comfortable, and healthy work environments.
First Thursday Seminar teaches Federal agencies about financing the capital costs of energy improvement projects from savings generated through energy-efficiency measures funded by utilities, public benefit funds, utility energy service contracts (UESCs), and other resources.
This eTraining core course provides learners with a concise introduction to comprehensive water management, including the key topic areas of basic water management terminology, the history of federal water mandates, current Executive Order 13693 provisions, best practices associated with comprehensive water management, and proven water conservation financing mechanisms and strategies.
Webinar provides information about how to develop a strategic approach to enterprise-wide renewable energy deployment, including systematic approaches to meet agency-wide strategic sustainability goals.
Session 2 of the three-session webinar series can help federal agencies meet milestones for evaluating proposals and negotiating and awarding high-quality, on-time energy savings performance contract task orders.