The Boiler Efficiency Institute: Boiler Course
Location: This course will be offered online.
Date: April 28, 2020 - April 29, 2020
Back by popular demand, the Boiler Efficiency Institute will lead training courses on steam plant improvement and HVAC systems. The objectives of these courses are to develop the participant’s ability to recognize cost-saving measures in a steam plant and in HVAC equipment/operation, and then to implement the necessary changes to realize these savings. The measures to be explored include low up-front cost, operating and maintenance procedures, fast payback heat recovery, cogeneration projects and equipment modification projects. Additional objectives include showing participants the latest measurement instrumentation/techniques for measuring and improving HVAC efficiency, safety equipment/testing, cleaning, storage, etc., and updating participants on the status of existing and new refrigerants, including handling, recovery and the purchase/retrofit of new equipment.
The Office of Regulatory Staff-Energy Office has contracted with the Boiler Efficiency Institute to provide this training. The course fee is usually $795, but due to the support of the ORS Energy Office, these programs are offered at a drastically reduced rate of $25.
Each course is worth 12 Professional Development Hours (PDHs). Certificates for PDHs will be presented to all participants upon successful completion of the workshop.
Course Locations and Dates:
April 28-29, 2020
This course will be offered online. (Information for login will be sent after registering)
For more information, please contact Stacey Washington via email or 803-737-0804