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TEMA Membership PO Box 769, Georgetown, TX 78627
The chapter serves the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex area and surrounding members from the North Texas Region. Monthly meetings are typically held on the first Thursday of each month and provide members an opportunity to network and enjoy professional presentations from the best leaders in the energy management industry.
Because the technologies utilized by our members are often similar yet sometimes vastly unique, we enjoy the chance to learn from each other and appreciate the talented professionals that provide products and services to the DFW region.
Please email a Chapter Officer if you would like to host, present and or sponsor a meeting. Click the below link to check availability.
DFW Chapter Meeting Calendar Link: http://shorturl.at/ablVZ
The presentation will cover the following:• Good practices that Grand Prairie ISD has used to audit buildings since 1990.
The presentation will cover the following:• Good practices that Grand Prairie ISD has used to audit buildings since 1990.• Educate administrators, teachers, & staff on what items are and are not acceptable in offices and classrooms• Follow-up audits during the year• How to audit buildings• Evenings, weekends, & holidays, equipment is off during unoccupied times• How to document audits• Buildings are operating efficiently during occupied times• Incentives for energy efficient campusesEnergy audits have contributed to GPISD having one of the most energy efficient school district in the state of Texas.
This meeting is dedicated to topics current members have either struggled with or had great results with. We want to hear your stories and pe
This meeting is dedicated to topics current members have either struggled with or had great results with. We want to hear your stories and perspectives on navigating through issues including, but not limited to:
-Can a school district go outside of a city franchise for trash/refuse serivces?
-Demand Response 4CP-what are the costs/benefits for paying to enroll when you can do it in-house?
-Does anyone have an energy policy that specifically addresses plug-loads?
-Any guidelines or procedures on end of the year campus shutdowns?
-Does your district have a job description for an Energy Manager? If so, would you share it along with responsibilities and pay grade?
Feel free to also bring a topic/question to share out with the group.
Topics of the presentation will include State Energy Conservation Office (SECO) LoanStar Program review, loan application process and how Garland I
Topics of the presentation will include State Energy Conservation Office (SECO) LoanStar Program review, loan application process and how Garland ISD secured funding through the LoanStar program to address energy retrofit projects.
Also learn more about what is needed in the utility assessment report and what energy incentives opportunities are out there to offset investment costs
Presenters: Aijaz Khan-Garland ISD, Gary Bristow-Estes McClure Associates, Javier Fernandez-Garland ISD and Dr. Brent Ringo-Garland ISD.
The presentation will cover the Oncer 20119 Basic and Custom SOP incentives programs. The presentation will cover who iseligibl
The presentation will cover the Oncer 20119 Basic and Custom SOP incentives programs. The presentation will cover who iseligible for Commercial Incentives, how to participate in the program.The presentation will also cover changes to the 2019 programs compared to the 2018 programs. Including equipment eligibility and baseline changes for different measures.The presentation will also list the incentive levels for the different measures. The presentation will be focused on opportunities for school facilities.
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