Note: While in-person training has been postponed, we are offering virtual training opportunities.
Keeping up with the latest in commercial and industrial energy efficiency measures and processes is important. Get information about classroom-style training and webinars to help keep you educated in this specialized area.
Owning and Operating an Efficient Cooling Tower Webinar
July 29 and 30
8 to 11 a.m.
Participants should plan to attend both days via Webex webinar.
Participants will learn about efficiency measures and other issues, including cooling tower sizing vs. energy savings, approach control strategies (efficient fan operation), water treatment (including ozone), water conservation and maintenance. This course includes a case study exercise that works through an example of how a cost-effective and efficient cooling tower was selected.
This class is free for Idaho Power customers. Please register by July 23. To register, email email@example.com with your name, title, company and mailing address. Training books will be mailed to you, so please ensure that your mailing address is the best address for you at this time.
For more information, view the event flyer.
Additional Online Training
Introductory training on lighting fundamentals for those new to the commercial/industrial lighting retrofit market. Covers basic lighting terms and applications, conducting facility audits, identifying resources for retrofit projects and tips for developing relationships. Training is online and takes 45 minutes to 1 hour to complete.
Lighting Design Lab Training
The Lighting Design Lab is offering a variety of online training courses, including Light and Human Perception, 2020 Product Showcase, Introduction to Daylighting, Light Source and Luminaries, The Networked Lighting Controls Value Proposition and more.
NXT Level Lighting
Comprehensive lighting training for individuals who work in the commercial/industrial lighting retrofit market. NXT Level helps individuals to better design, sell and install advanced retrofit projects to fit their customer’s needs. Individuals and companies who apply may be eligible to earn the NXT Level designation and be listed on NXT Level’s Designation List. The online training covers lighting concepts, technologies, economics, sales techniques, codes and utility programs. Training takes 8 to 12 hours to complete and can earn you 8 CEUs.
NXT Level 2 has added on-demand courses available until June 30.
*Idaho Power congratulates Mr. Electric (Matt White) for becoming the first NXT Level 1 contractor in our service area.