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Industrial Refrigeration Systems Energy Management

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11/15/2016 7:30am - 4:30pm

Moses Lake, WA

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With a focus on industrial refrigeration systems that use ammonia as the refrigerant, this training will equip attendees with the knowledge and tools to reduce energy usage and operating costs, and improve the reliability of refrigeration systems. Training will focus on technical basics, operation of refrigeration systems, energy efficiency potentials, and case studies of successful energy efficiency projects and imple¬mentation strategies. Participants will receive a copy of the Industrial Refrigeration Best Practices Guide, which serves as the course’s technical foundation and a roadmap for making industrial refrigeration systems, both energy efficient and productive. 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. This training is coordinated by NEEA Industrial Training project and sponsored by Grant County PUD, Avista, Benton PUD, Chelan County PUD, Inland Power, Bonneville Power Administration, Northwest Food Processors Association, and Washington State University-Extension Energy Program.

Columbia Basin Technical Skills Center
900 E. Yonezawa Blvd
Moses Lake, WA 98837

NEEA Industrial Training, industrial-training@industrial.neea.org, 888-720-6823


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