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AACOG plans energy workshops
The Alamo Area Council of Governments will hold two energy efficiency workshops Wednesday, Dec. 5, in the San Antonio River Authority Board Room at 100 East Guenther St. in San Antonio.
The morning program, Commercial Building Diagnostic Tools & Lighting Technologies, will be held from 9 a.m. to noon, and will delve into the various diagnostic tools available and advanced lighting technologies that can support a high-performing facility.
Shortly following, from 1-4 p.m., will be Commercial Building Operators -- Evaluating Common Opportunities & HVAC Economizers. This moderately technical workshop will take building operators through a building walk-through audit, demonstrating what to look for to identify opportunities for efficiencies. Learn how to choose and use air-side economizers to save energy in cooling indoor spaces and how to control the appropriate mix of indoor and outdoor air for each season.
Lunch will be provided at noon for all attendees.
Registration for each class is $20, or participants can attend both classes for $30.
To register or for more information, visit http://eepartnership.org/workshops.
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