EnSave Announces 2013 Energy Data Collector Webinar Series

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EnSave, Inc. has finalized its 2013 schedule for energy data collector webinars. In order to meet the growing demand for energy data collectors, the company has issued a series of two day webinars to train interested people in the energy data collection procedure.

EnSave, Inc. has finalized its 2013 schedule for energy data collector webinars. As the leader in agricultural energy efficiency, EnSave works with a network of over 250 energy data collectors across the United States to collect critical energy data for its farm energy audits (http://www.ensave.com/services/farm-energy-audits). In order to meet the growing demand for energy data collectors, the company has issued a series of two day webinars to train interested people in the energy data collection procedure.

Dates are April 15 and 16, June 17 and 18, August 19 and 20, and October 21 and 22. Exact times will be posted on EnSave’s web site at http://www.ensave.com/calendar-of-events/ when available. The energy data collector trainings will consist of a review of EnSave’s energy audit process, energy data collection procedures, equipment commonly found on the farm, and data entry into EnSave’s Farm Energy Audit Tool software. Attendees will come away with an understanding of energy-using equipment on the farm, and will be prepared to work with EnSave to provide farm energy audits to farmers in their communities.

EnSave pays energy data collectors $250 per assignment, plus a mileage allowance. “Our current energy data collectors are are a hard working group who are committed to addressing energy efficiency on the farm,” says Mitch Graves, EnSave training manager. “I always hear that the energy data collection presents a nice opportunity for folks to expand their skill set, earn some extra money, and work with farmers in their communities.” While EnSave also delivers energy data collector training in an on-site module over two or three days, the company developed the webinar training as a way to reach interested people who were unable to travel to a live training.

Space at the webinars is limited, so interested participants should contact Mitch Graves at (315) 565-5343 to learn more about the process and reserve their spot. Sessions cost $250 for each in-depth webinar, and that cost is made up with completion of the very first energy data collection assignment. “I’m looking forward to connecting with rural leaders who are interested in making a difference in their communities,” says Graves.

About EnSave:

EnSave is the leading agricultural energy efficiency consulting firm in the United States. We help our clients achieve their energy efficiency goals while also helping farmers save energy and reduce their environmental impact. The inspiration for our work is the hardworking men and women on the farm, and we strive to provide solutions that strengthen the farm and provide long-term viability. Our passion is helping American agriculture become more sustainable and profitable through energy efficiency and resource conservation.

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