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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:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vRLcDwMq8dNCEehHEHpo64IVLkpBIGLHpma_MLjd09R4VKatmqPrSoE8dIyZSvjqC4us6ozzPcb1keF/pub?gid=0&single =true&output=pdf
Due to a conflict with the annual TASBO Conference, members voted at the December meeting to cancel the March meeting. See you on April 2, 20
Due to a conflict with the annual TASBO Conference, members voted at the December meeting to cancel the March meeting. See you on April 2, 2020.
Date: February 26, 9:30 am - 1:00 pm. Location: Frito Lay Headquarters
Date: February 26, 9:30 am - 1:00 pm. Location: Frito Lay Headquarters 7701 Legacy Drive Plano, TX 75024
Schedule: Arrive Early as we will start promptly at 10:00 am.9:30-10:00 Registration desk opens at 9:3010:00-10:05 Introduction Thank Our Sponsor10:05-10:45 Introduction to Better Plants (Eli Levine, DOE)10:45-10:55 Questions10:55-11:35 DOE Tools (Eli Levine, DOE)11:35-11:45 Questions 11:45-12:15 Frito Lay Sustainability (Bryan Seitz, Frito Lay)12:15-12:30 Break and Gather Lunch12:30-1:00 Texas Pace Authority (Dub Taylor, TPA)
There will be lunch set up in the hallway outside of the room where folks can gather their lunch and take back to their seats. We are so appreciative to Frito Lay and to DOE and TPA for all the efforts in making this wonderful seminar take place. I am excited for Texas as we help "Take a Load Off Texas." Register at NTAEE.org
For some people, human-centric lighting is narrowly defined as circadian lighting-lighting that changes color during the day with our circadian cyc
For some people, human-centric lighting is narrowly defined as circadian lighting-lighting that changes color during the day with our circadian cycles. Others believe in a broader sense-it is lighting that is attuned to our activities, from working in a open office environment to getting ready for a social occasion in a hotel ballroom.Either way, human-centric lighting-as the name says-is focused on people. It is also becoming an important part of building design. Human-centric creates extraordinary human experiences with lighting and shading solutions that provide comfort, enhance well-being and help foster engagement.
When is it a good time to buy? What product should I buy? Is it always better to buy in the fall and spring? What the heck is congestion and should
When is it a good time to buy? What product should I buy? Is it always better to buy in the fall and spring? What the heck is congestion and should I fix it? These are all common questions we get from clients.
In this session we will break down the key drivers in the electricity market, point out indicators to watch in 2020, and bring clarity to a topic that is typically very confusing.
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