Energy Field Trip - IKEA's Innovative Solutions

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Energy Field Trip - IKEA's Innovative Solutions

Time: January 23, 2013 from 9:30am to 12pm
Location: IKEA Centennial
Street: 9800 E. Ikea Way
City/Town: Centennial, Colorado 80112
Website or Map: http://eebco.org/upcomingeven…
Phone: 720.274.9764
Event Type: networking, information, energy, efficiency, industry, technology
Organized By: Energy Efficiency Business Coalition
Latest Activity: Dec 31, 2012

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Event Description

Join us at IKEA to learn how the company cost effectively manages energy use in their  415,000 square-foot store in Centennial. With support of many EEBC members, the facilities manager integrated on-site power production with a solar photovoltaic system along with a geothermal heating system, cutting edge controls and energy monitoring solutions. 

Additional sustainability initiatives in US stores include: recycling waste material (paper, wood, plastic, etc.); incorporating environmental measures into the construction of buildings in terms of energy-efficient HVAC and lighting systems, recycled construction materials, skylights in warehouse areas, and water conserving restrooms; and operationally, phasing out the sale of incandescent light bulbs and facilitating recycling of customers’ compact fluorescent bulbs. 

RSVP Here: http://eebco.org/upcomingevents?eventId=596980&EventViewMode=EventDetails

Agenda

9:30am Meet & Greet Inside IKEA at the Swedish Bistro

10:00am Tour of the Geothermal System, PV Array & Controls

12:00pm Tour Ends


Please Note: The Store Opens at 9:30am
                    Drinks & Snacks will be Provided

 

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