Energy Efficiency Quality Assurance: Past, Present, and Future

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Energy Efficiency Quality Assurance: Past, Present, and Future

Time: March 6, 2014 from 11am to 12pm
Location: Center for Energy and Environment
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Anna Jursik
Latest Activity: Mar 6

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Event Description

Dave Bohac, Jim Fitzgerald, Carl Nelson, and Isaac Smith will look back at what quality assurance lessons CEE has learned and speak to the challenges and opportunities ahead.

CEE continues to find innovative ways of improving quality assurance in the field. This webinar will look back at what quality assurance lessons CEE has learned and speak to the challenges and opportunities ahead. 

Target Audience

  • Energy Regulators
  • Utility Program Managers
  • General and Sub-Contractors
  • Energy Audit and Program Providers
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Discussion Points

  • An overview of how past experience with quality assurance informs CEE’s work today
  • What tools have been developed to assist and improve quality assurance outcomes
  • The role of contractor training in the past and present
  • Innovations in quality assurance and their benefits
  • The future value of key quality assurance characteristics

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