This course describes and discusses common energy units such as kilowatts, therms, gallons and BTUs. It provides examples of converting between this common units and also includes converting energy units to dollars.
This course explains the benefit of forming an energy team, such as diversified knowledge and building enthusiasm. It describes who should be on the team, their roles, common energy team tasks and resources necessary to be successful.
This course walks users through how to find, read and record energy data from bills and other sources. It provides tips for organizing data and an introduction to energy baselines for use in measuring progress.
This course discusses the need for an energy audit, and describes the steps for performing an audit. It suggest ways to translate the results of the audit into meaningful energy projects and the importance of acting on what you learn from the audit.
This course compares the types of help available to companies that are considering an energy program or projects, from free help such as utilities and MEPs to consultants that are available for hire. It provides tips for hiring and working with paid consultants.