Todd Chamberlain
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Todd Chamberlain is now friends with Jamie Kaye and John Nicholas
Dec 16, 2010
Todd Chamberlain is attending Jill Cliburn's event

Webinar on IR Cameras -- The Small Utility How and Why at Teleconference Noon Central time

December 21, 2010 from 12pm to 1pm
The Clean Energy Ambassadors program offers this free lunchtime Webinar as a short introduction to how municipal utilities and electric co-ops can use infrared thermography to reduce losses and prevent problems on the distribution system as well as to help commercial, ag, and residential customers to save energy. Participants may be eligible to use a free loaner camera from Western Area Power Administration.
Dec 16, 2010
Todd Chamberlain replied to Michael Stuart's discussion Training in the Field - Mobile Training Labs for Building Sciences
"Nice looking unit, would like to see it up close."
Nov 9, 2010
Todd Chamberlain updated their profile
Nov 9, 2010
Todd Chamberlain commented on Tom White's blog post Energy leveraging for weatherization agencies
"What is coming out of the meeting?"
Oct 28, 2010
Todd Chamberlain is now a member of Home Energy Pros
Oct 25, 2010

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Guardian Energy Auditors
Professional Certification
BPI Enevelop and Analyst - Level One Thermographer-NCI certified carbon monoxide & combustion efficiency professional
Professional Interests
Energy Auditing
Quality Assurance Program
Building Inspections
Website URL
http://www.guardianenergyauditors.com

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