Pueblo, CO (PRWEB) March 12, 2013
SmartWatt Energy, a leading nationwide provider of turnkey energy-efficiency solutions for refrigerated and freezer warehouses and food processing plants, will be presenting and exhibiting at the International Institute of Ammonia Refrigeration (IIAR) 2013 Conference & Exhibition. The conference will be held at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, CO on March 17-20, 2013.
Aaron Raftery, General Manager of SmartWatt Energy’s Chicago, IL office, will be giving a technical presentation during the conference on “Leveraging Energy-Efficient Lighting Technologies to Reduce Waste Heat and Operational Costs” on Monday, March 18th at 4:15pm. The presentation will take the audience on a tour through typical areas within a processing plant, highlighting lighting and refrigeration energy savings opportunities that can result from a well-designed lighting system and layout.
SmartWatt Energy’s Vice President of National Accounts and Marketing Associate II will also be at the conference. Attendees are encouraged to visit them at booth 303 to discuss sustainability needs.
IIAR is the world’s leading organization providing advocacy, education and information to the ammonia refrigeration industry. The organization holds an annual Industrial Refrigeration Conference deigned to provide the ammonia refrigeration industry with products, services, safety workshops, panel discussions and networking opportunities.
ABOUT SMARTWATT ENERGY, INC.
SmartWatt Energy, Inc., is a leading nationwide provider of turnkey energy-efficiency solution for utilities, commercial and industrial customers. They are dedicated to lowering the operational costs of businesses through demand-side energy-reduction strategies and specialize in streamlining energy-efficiency projects for national accounts. SmartWatt Energy provides whole-building energy assessments and implements lighting retrofits, variable frequency drive upgrades, control system enhancements, HVAC upgrades and other measures. Their turnkey energy-efficiency services include: construction-grade energy audits, value-engineered designs, self-performed installations, utility incentive procurement, facilitation of EPAct 2005 tax deductions and maintenance support. For more information, visit http://www.smartwattinc.com.