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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.
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How lighting controls help meet commercial building energy code
Requirements in North Texas.
By reviewing U.S. Departme
By reviewing U.S. Department of Energy data, the participant will be able to describe the
importance of energy conservation in buildings and how light control significantly helps.
• Using several light control strategies, the participant will be able to explain how light
control saves energy in commercial buildings.
• By reviewing commercial building energy codes requirements, the participant will be
able to determine how light control helps meets those requirements.
• Through examination of the provided real-world case studies, the participant will be
able to describe how they used lighting controls to save energy.
Minimise will share the strategies and funding options that Districts can leverage to address the financial priorities and issues Districts are facing. This will include a high level overview of how to analyze, develop, fund, and implement a successful infrastructure strategy.
We hope that this session will spark an interest by the attendees to better understand their District infrastructure and how to identify how they can leverage it to address their various Financial priorities and issues.
Buying new energy-efficient air conditioning can be a cost-effective investment for your business, offering you a valuable ret
Buying new energy-efficient air conditioning can be a cost-effective investment for your business, offering you a valuable return on investment and saving you the headache of trying to repair a broken system around your busy schedule. A new qualified cooling system may leverage Oncor’s Commercial & Industrial Midstream HVAC Incentive Program, saving you money now in addition to saving money on your monthly energy bill. Attend the August 4th Chapter meeting to find out how you qualify and can participate in this Oncor program.
Share upcoming 2023 efficiency changes that impact equipment designs in residences and commercial buildings.
What is driving these changes and how to adapt to the constant struggles of efficiency growth, supply chain challenges and logistics issues.
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
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