Fairbanks Workshop offers regional and national expertise in energy efficiency for public facilities
Inefficient buildings may add $150 million to annual costs statewide
Distributed March 13, 2018
WHO: Facility personnel from throughout Alaska have been invited to learn best practices from local experts and identify challenges when formulating a successful energy management strategy. A widely recognized expert in the field of energy management, Tim Janos, will also provide a national perspective. Janos is an energy management consultant for industrial, commercial and educational markets. He has designed and implemented numerous innovative mechanical, electrical and digital control projects designed to save energy for his clients spanning his 35-year career.
WHAT: Strategic Energy Management Workshop
TODAY! Tuesday, March 13 in Fairbanks at Wedgewood Resort, 212 Wedgewood Drive.
Workshops are hosted by Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC) with support from Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP) and Alaska Network of Energy Education and Employment (ANEEE). Speakers fees were paid with federal Department of Energy funds. More information, including registration, full schedule and presentations, are available at ahfc.us
Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC) is a public corporation with a long history of providing Alaskans access to safe, quality and affordable housing through home financing programs, energy efficiency and weatherization programs, public housing and more. Since 1986, AHFC has contributed $1.9 billion to the State of Alaska's General Fund.
AHFC, Communications Manager