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  • Watch this recorded webinar for an overview and demonstration of the SEM Hub Energy Management Assessment (EMA) and Learning Management System (LMS).

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  • The North American SEM Collaborative held their SEM Summit at ACEEE Summer Study in August of 2018. The event was a huge success, with 45 participants opting out of kayaking or whale watching on the “free afternoon” to spend time in a beautiful chapel on the Asilomar campus, talking about SEM. Agenda, topics and discussion notes from the day can be found on the SEM Summit page.

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    Sign up for SEM Hub communications to find out when new resources are added and stay up-to-date with all of the latest Strategic Energy Management news and events from across the region.


  • Industrial training is critical to building and sustaining market knowledge and capability in the Northwest. Through training, your customers understand the value of energy management and optimizing industrial system performance. As a result, they’re better able to understand the business case for energy efficiency and better able to maximize the impact of utility and energy-efficiency-organization programs. 

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  • Industrial training is critical to building and sustaining market knowledge and capability in the Northwest. Through training, your customers understand the value of energy management and optimizing industrial system performance.

    As a result, they’re better able to understand the business case for energy efficiency and better able to maximize the impact of utility and energy-efficiency organization programs. 

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  • Conduit (www.ConduitNW.org) is a web-based resource that facilitates information-sharing, coordination and collaboration among energy efficiency professionals in the Northwest.

    Conduit is brought to you by NEEA with additional support from BPA.

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  • Northwest Strategic Energy Management (SEM) practitioners continue to lead the nation in SEM program implementation and customer engagement. View current newsletter, slides and agenda from the Fall Workshop.

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  • As energy strategy increasingly becomes a C-suite concern, one of the questions most often asked by executives at industrials and utilities is what comprises best-in-class industrial energy management.

    The biggest takeaway: it’s not just about the data. Energy management has matured. If it were all about the data, then there’d be no such thing as energy waste in the production process, judging by the myriad of available options that collect and report data.

    by Jay Zoellner, Managing Director, Industrial Solutions, EnerNOC

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