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  • The June 2022 SEMHub newsletter features:

    • New Tool: SEM 101 Kick Start Guide
    • Customer Resources on BetterBricks.com
    • New Collection: SEM 101 for New Staff
    • Action: Share Your New Staff Training Tools
    • Working Group Spotlight: SEM 101
    • Action: Complete the 2022 Workshop Attendance Survey
    • New SEMHub Resources

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  • The December 2021 SEMHub newsletter features:

    • 2021 Fall Workshop Recap and Resources
    • 2022 Fall Workshop Save the Date!
    • Working Group Participation Survey
    • Announcing New and Refreshed SEMHub Courses
    • The Latest Resource Postings on SEMHub.com
    • Submit Ideas for New Commercial Toolbox Talk Card

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  • Keep up with the Latest News & Events

    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.


  • The annual NW SEM Collaborative Fall Workshop was another invigorating, memorable event uniquely serving the Northwest.

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  • The September 2021 SEMHub newsletter features:

    • Refreshed and improved Industrial Talk Cards
    • New resources, including a curated collection of employee engagement tools
    • A new case study showcaasing how YVR and BC Hydro leveraged SEMHub to adapt their energy modeling during COVID
    • Upcoming events, featuring the latest updates for the NW SEM Collaborative's Fall Workshop

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  • Registration for the Annual NW SEM Collaborative Fall Workshop is now open. Sign up now to reserve your spot for three days of interactive virtual sessions surrounding this year’s theme: SEM Navigating Changing Seas.

    Registration Pricing:

    • $60 early-bird pricing now through September 20
    • $75 after September 20

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  • The June 2021 SEMHub newsletter features:

    • A panelist discussion on how three utility organizations modified their approach to SEM during COVID
    • New resources, including a new curated collection of guides and white papers on measurement and evaluation
    • Upcoming events, featuring the latest updates for the NW SEM Collaborative's Fall Workshop

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  • In this issue, we will cover:

    • Northwest SEM Collaborative Leadership Team recognized with award
    • News on 2021 NW SEM Collaborative Working Groups
    • New evaluations and resources shared on the SEM Hub
    • A new member to the NW SEM Leadership Team
    • Save the date for the NW SEM Collaborative Fall Workshop

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  • Working Groups are a voluntary way to add your voice, meet new people, and create content that will benefit a much larger community of practice.

    The Measurement & Verification and Beyond the E groups will continue the strong work moved forward in 2020.

    New groups were formed based on interest expressed at the 2020 Fall Workshop and through responses to the Collaborative survey. These include:

    - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion & SEM

    - Emissions Reduction and SEM

    - Small-to-Medium Business SEM Delivery

    Learn more about these groups and how to join.

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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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  • 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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