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Training for Energy Management : Experience in One State
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This paper examines the need for energy management education in the industrial sector, and focuses on the cooperative efforts of federal and state governments and educational organizations/institutions to fulfill that need. The roles of government and educational organizations and their respective capabilities in energy education are discussed, with emphasis on the role of the professional society. Two specific programs are described: the "general" workshop, designed to promote energy conservation awareness and present fundamentals of establishing and managing a program in an industrial facility; and. in greater detail. the "industry-specific" workshop in which the specific methods for applying energy-saving technology and management techniques to an industry's processes and equipment are presented in detail. The industry-specific workshop is discussed in the context of one state's effort to transfer these methods to private industry.
SubjectEnergy Management Education
Energy Conservation Workshops
Industry Specific Workshops
Jacobs, I. M. (1980). Training for Energy Management : Experience in One State. Energy Systems Laboratory (http://esl.tamu.edu); Texas A&M University (http://www.tamu.edu). Available electronically from