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Energy Auditing
Agenda
April 21, 2016- Thursday
7:30 am until 4:30 pm
Pocatello –Hampton Inn & Suites
151 Vista Drive
Pocatello, ID 83201
Class is free for all Idaho Power customers
0.7 Continuing Education Units may be available for this
training
7:30 Registration (breakfast provided)
8:00 Morning Session
 Overview of an energy audit
 Benchmarking your building
 Level 1 Walk-through audit
 Spot measurements (tools & techniques)
 Low cost savings opportunities
 Equipment upgrades
 Operation and maintenance improvements
Key Learning Objectives
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Basic principles of conducting an ASHRAE
Level 1 audit
o Onsite tools and techniques
o Brief analytical methods
o EEM recommendations
Idaho Power financial incentive programs to
support energy efficiency
Who Should Attend
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System operators, maintenance personnel, and
plant engineers
Contractors, equipment suppliers, technicians,
and consultants
Energy efficiency professionals and utility staff
11:30 Lunch (provided)
12:30 Afternoon Session
Selling Energy Efficiency Projects
2:00
Break
2:15
Afternoon Session Continued
Case studies
Regional utility incentive review
Questions and answers
4:15
Summary and Evaluation
4:30
Adjourn
Course Description: This course will focus on mechanical and electrical systems found in typical
commercial buildings. This training will equip attendees with the knowledge and tools to reduce energy usage and
operating costs, and improve the reliability of the systems in buildings. Training will focus on technical basics and
cover a typical ASHRAE Level 1 audit. The presentation will showcase case studies of successful energy efficiency
projects and implementation strategies. Participants will receive a copy of the class material including sample audit
forms and checklists that will enable attendees to conduct preliminary diagnostic audits of their facilities to determine
if they are good candidates for making investments in energy efficiency projects. With the knowledge and tools
gained, past attendees and their customers have implemented low/no cost strategies resulting in annual energy
savings greater than $50,000.
Instructor: Sanjiv “Sunny” Devnani is a Director at kW Engineering.
Sanjiv has been working in the energy
efficiency field since first joining kW in 2005, and his experience includes on-site audits, retro-commissioning, field
data collection, measurement & verification, simulation modeling, and design assistance. His primary areas of
expertise include estimation of energy usage and savings associated with high efficiency retrofits at grocery stores,
large warehouse style stores, convenience stores, quick service restaurants, commercial office buildings, schools,
hospitals, light industrial facilities and farms. He is an adjunct faculty member at SLCC and teaches the course on
commercial energy audits.
How to Register
Registration deadline is April 15, 2016
To register:
Phone, fax, email, or mail registration form below to:
Phone: 208-388-5099
Fax: 208-433-4752
Email: [email protected]
Idaho Power
C/o Shawn Lovewell
1221 W. Idaho St.
Boise, ID 83702
Questions
Visit www.idahopower.com/training or contact Idaho Power at 208-388-5099 or [email protected]
Registration Form – Please register me for the Energy Auditing training on April 21:
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Company Name
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Address
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Please indicate special diet needs
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CEU’s needed? Y/N (include type) _______________________________________________________
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