LEWISTON, Idaho – A panel discussion on energy conservation in facilities to help local industries and businesses reduce utility costs will be held on the Lewis-Clark State College campus on Monday, April 30, at 10:30 a.m.-noon in Room 130 of Activities Center West, located between the Activity Center and Student Union Building.
The panel will discuss utility rebates, AHRAE 90 (energy standard for buildings), building automation systems, life cycle costs, thermal storage and more. Many of the rebates and rules discussed will be specific to commercial facilities in the Quad Cities area.
The event is free, but there is limited seating for the event, which is sponsored by the HVAC-R program in the Technical & Industrial Division at LCSC.
For more information on the event, contact either J.R. Kok, assistant professor in the HVAC-R program at LCSC, at [email protected], or Katie Babino, program assistant in the T&I Division, at [email protected].