IR Thermography--Hands-On Training for Utilities and Customer Service Applications

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IR Thermography--Hands-On Training for Utilities and Customer Service Applications

Time: April 13, 2011 at 9am to April 14, 2011 at 12pm
Location: University of North Dakota, Grand Forks
Website or Map: http://www.cleanenergyambassa…
Phone: 406-690-0650
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Stevie Moe
Latest Activity: Mar 10, 2011

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1.5 day workshop for municipal and co-op utilities and contractors who work in those communities. Applications include improving efficiency and safety of the distribution system and building audit programs. Cosponsored by Clean Energy Ambassadors, the Western Area Power Administration Energy Services equipment loan program and the University of North Dakota. Practical problem-solving, hands-on, for those who want training but are not ready for a certification course. Minimal fee for qualified registrants.

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