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Free Training On Electrification of Buildings

  • October 22, 2019
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • NV Energy Beltway Building

Register Today: Electrification of Buildings Training

Technical Training Series

PowerShift By NV Energy Invites You To A Free Training On Electrification of Buildings

Las Vegas | Tuesday | October 22

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Technological developments coupled with goals to reduce carbon emissions have created more opportunities to incorporate electric equipment into commercial buildings. NV Energy's Business Energy Services invites you to learn about the electrification of buildings and how to make improvements in your facility.

Join expert Blake Herrschaft and PowerShift Energy Advisors for an informative discussion with complimentary lunch provided.

Topics include:

·     Breakdown of building energy use by fuel type

·     Common drivers and the energy efficiency benefits of electrification

·     State, national and global electrification policies

·     Energy cost implications and a seven-step plan for cost-effective electrification

·     Technical approaches to electrifying new and existing buildings

·     Valuable incentives available for your business

This training is ideal for NV Energy customers, contractors, equipment suppliers, engineers, maintenance professionals and facility managers.  

Register today. The first 30 guests who register and attend will receive a free informative book about energy efficiency.

11:30 a.m. 

Registration & Lunch

11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Electrification of Buildings Training

1:00 p.m.

Closing Remarks


Blake Herrschaft, PE, LEED AP, is a Senior Engineer for DNV GL who specializes in high-performance buildings, innovative systems design, and energy analysis of commercial buildings and portfolios. He has worked on sustainable building designs across five continents, and is currently working with cities and counties across the United States to assist in electrifying commercial buildings to reduce associated greenhouse gas emissions. Blake previously served as technical lead at the Rocky Mountain Institute, where he helped develop a plan to make Arizona State University carbon neutral by 2025. He received a degree in architectural engineering with a mechanical focus from Pennsylvania State University.

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