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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.
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Informative discussion about air purification. Start with discussing the history of air purification and sick building syndrome. Then step into ASH
Informative discussion about air purification. Start with discussing the history of air purification and sick building syndrome. Then step into ASHRAE guidelines. ASHRAE guidelines and increased ventilation and filtration. Next we will evolve into the next technologies that are being presented. How does Ionization work and what are its positives and limitations? Next, we will move onto UV and PCO devices. How they work and what are the plus and minuses. Then we will end on hydroxyl generators. how and where did they come from. What is the science behind creating a hydroxyl and how they work. Testing and efficacy of hydroxyls and how they react to molds, bacteria, pathogens, and surfaces.
Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZctduChqTsrE90pb1uyKS3hhxHQnFNsacn6
Our presentation will review the sources of IAQ issues.
What are the potential solutions
We will discuss how to determi
We will discuss how to determine the right solution to specifically address what is really needed to address the issues for each facility
How can the right solution be funded
The ERGOT market is currently undergoing a potentially major redesign. Market fundamentals are, changing with the incre
The ERGOT market is currently undergoing a potentially major redesign. Market fundamentals are, changing with the increased growth of renewable generation. The beginning of 2022 will mark the first anniversary of Winter Storm URI. Several legislative measures were passed the Texas Public Utility Commission is working to bring sweeping changes to ERCOT market design. These changes are meant to improve resiliency on the grid during catastrophic weather events. With these changes comes additional uncertainty on what the future state of the ERCOT will look like in several years. Additional regulation could bring about increasing costs and an added number of components that make up the overall annual energy cost.
Most new generation projects being built to match the continued population and economic growth in Texas are primarily renewable generation. There are no large fossil fuel generation plants planned to be built in Texas. This will most certainly change the dynamics of how the ERCOT grid operates including the measures used to forecast and plan resources.
Energy Edge wants to present all these aspects to the TEMA audience and share our industry perspective on what the changes mean to energy managers and how they can manage risk and manage costs in this changing environment. We would like to make this presentation a lead-in to a much larger presentation we've applied for at the annual conference in April.
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