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GENERAL POSITION SUMMARY
This Program Manager – Industrial will manage the design, development, delivery and ongoing implementation of Energy Trust’s Industrial Energy Performance Management offerings for customers of Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas, and Avista. The Energy Performance Management offerings include strategic energy management (SEM), energy management internship and competition offerings.
The position will manage budgets and savings goals associated with the delivery of the offerings while building and maintaining relationships with customers, utilities and external stakeholders.
Find out more at energytrust.org/careers
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.
In this issue, you will learn more about:
In this issue you will learn about:
Watch this recorded webinar for an overview and demonstration of the SEM Hub Energy Management Assessment (EMA) and Learning Management System (LMS).
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.
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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