Experts will discuss key provisions of the 2012 WSEC: Envelope Provisions and Mechanical Provisions Summary. These trainings are eligible for continuing education units (CEU) that are applicable for most organizations. Click here for the training flyer (PDF) to learn about topics that will be covered in these trainings and how to register. Click here to register.
The Northwest Energy Efficiency Council invites you to our Portland Industry Power Hour event. Hosted by NEEC, these informal after work get together, will feature drinks and light refreshments combined with networking opportunities amongst peers and to hear featured guests bringing news and insights affecting the industry. NEEC members and prospective members are welcome.
Join the Northwest Energy Efficiency Council and Smart Buildings Center for a Panel Discussion and Industry Power Hour networking event. The panel will discuss how Washington companies can take advantage of the coming convergence between information technology and building automation which has the potential to radically change the practice of performance-driven building energy efficiency. Prospective members are welcome. Date: December 17, 2014Time: Late afternoon - eveningWhere: Impact Hub Seattle, 220 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104Cost: Free - NEEC member
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