Richmond, Vermont (PRWEB) May 09, 2014
EnSave, Inc. is pleased to announce its schedule of energy data collector webinars for 2014. As the nation’s leader in agricultural energy efficiency, EnSave works with a network of over 250 energy data collectors to collect information used to create farm energy audits (http://www.ensave.com/services/farm-energy-audits). These popular webinars provide an opportunity for new data colllectors to work with EnSave.
Attendees will learn about common equipment found on the farm, how to collect energy-use data, and how to input data into EnSave’s Farm Energy Audit Tool (FEAT)TM software (http://www.ensave.com/services/feat/). Attendees will also learn strategies for promoting farm energy audits in their communities to maximize participation.
“Energy audits are a great resource for agricultural producers,” says Mitchell Graves, EnSave’s Training Manager. “Our data collectors perform a very important job by helping farmers access these resources, and then working with us to provide data used to analyze energy efficiency opportunities.”
Webinar dates are February 19 and 20, May 21 and 22, August 20 and 21, and November 19 and 20. Each session will run from 12 pm to 5 pm, eastern standard time. Registration deadlines are one week prior to the start of each training, and space is limited. Each two-day session costs $250, and EnSave pays $300 for each data collection assignment including bonuses for each new energy audit a data collector generates.
Interested participants should contact Mitchell Graves at (315) 565-5343 reserve their spot, and can also visit http://www.ensave.com/services/education-training/ to learn more about the content of the training and view sample agendas and data collector job descriptions.
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.