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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
Over the past 30+ years the needs of the market have changed with regards to Energy Efficiency. The market has seen gradual maturation from t
Over the past 30+ years the needs of the market have changed with regards to Energy Efficiency. The market has seen gradual maturation from the ESCO model to the EaaS model. Now the market has an incredibly unique model called EMO (Energy Management Outsource). This new model has the potential to disrupt the entire market.
For the last 30+ years entities have made great strides in becoming more energy efficient and more friendly to the environment. They have done this by using many types of vehicles to achieve their goals. The ESCO/ESPC was the gold standard for many years. It was funded on the CAPEX (Capital Expense) side of the business to achieve the desired results. Simply put you had to use a loan or bond to fund the project. This put the capital RISK on the customer.
Then came the EaaS model. Basically, this model began to move more toward the OPEX (Operating Expense) side of the business. However, none of the models to this point had the ability to completely remove the RISK from the customer. At the end of the contract the equipment still had to be purchased if not done through the life of the contract.
Now the market is being disrupted with the new EMO (Energy Management Outsource) model. A business can achieve their sustainability goals from the OPEX (Operating Expense) side of the business without using any of its own capital, nor does it need a loan, lease or bond. In fact, it does not have to take any RISK at all.
Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwuf-uqrzkoHNYQFt8CG_OB28-u-Ps7sPJz
Even though this is April fool's day, this is no joke... Fingers crossed, this is our last ZOOM only meeting.
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Join Zoom Meetinghttps://zoom.us/j/94135827392?pwd=V3VqMSt4SWtXWE9kNjhoZEtFdnZUdz09
Meeting ID: 941 3582 7392
Watt Watchers of Texas, the K-12 energy-saving program sponsored by the State Energy Conservation Office, has beeWatt Watchers of Texas, the K-12 e
Watt Watchers of Texas, the K-12 energy-saving program sponsored by the State Energy Conservation Office, has beeWatt Watchers of Texas, the K-12 energy-saviWatt Watchers of Texas, the K-12 energy-saving program sponsored by the State Energy Conservation Office, has been updated for 2020 and is being widely used across the state. Juan Garcia from Disco Learning Media and Jeff Phillips from the Webber Energy Group at The University of Texas at Austin will share what’s new for 2020, and give detailed suggestions to help you get started in your district.
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