Commercial Energy Services Contractors Network

NV Energy's Commercial Energy Services offers commercial customers incentives to reduce energy use in new and existing buildings. If you're in the business of helping business, industrial and public agency customers save energy, you should consider joining the Commercial Energy Services Contractor Network.

Members of the Contractor Network have beenĀ trained on the processes and procedures of the Commercial Energy Services and are committed to assisting customers with energy efficiency improvements and incentive application preparation.

Become a Member of the Commercial Energy Services Contractors Network

Training Opportunities

The US Department of Energy’s Federal Energy Management Program provides the following On-Demand seminars

Achieving Energy-Efficient Data Centers with New ASHRAE Thermal Guidelines

Achieving Energy-Efficient Data Centers with New ASHRAE Thermal Guidelines explores energy and HVAC control strategies, with an emphasis on reliability and best practices related to the new American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air-Conditioning (ASHRAE) 9.9 Data Center Class Guidelines for controlling temperature, and air volume in high-intensity data centers. The seminar included project examples demonstrating cost-effective operations and payback periods that result from an in-depth engineering approach.

Advanced Metering Requirements and Best Practices

Advanced Metering Requirements and Best Practices is no-cost training that outlines fast-approaching Federal metering requirements, technologies, and best practices to help Federal agencies implement, measure, and monitor their progress.

Compressed Air Assessment Basics

The Compressed Air Assessment Basics webinar is presented by Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) on the basics of conducting compressed air assessments.

Energy 101

Energy 101 provides an introduction to Federal energy management. The training is designed for new Federal energy managers and others wanting an overall introduction to renewable energy, energy efficiency, and water efficiency.

Guiding Principles: Getting Started

This webinar will provide an overview of the Guiding Principles (GP) for Existing High-Performance Sustainable Buildings, and will discuss planning, strategies, documentation, reporting and data integrity for compliance.

Guiding Principles: Optimize Energy Performance

This webinar will provide an overview of the Guiding Principle: Optimize Energy Performance for Existing High-Performance Sustainable Buildings

Implementing Deep Retrofits: A Whole Building Approach

Implementing Deep Retrofits: A Whole Building Approach fosters competency in developing retrofit solutions that demonstrate integrated, holistic, and synergistic approaches to energy-efficient retrofits. The goal is to yield higher performance results than are achieved with standard, individual, and routine energy conservation measures.

New Lighting Technologies

New Lighting Technologies illustrates the uses and benefits of spectrally enhanced light (SEL) and solid-state lighting (SSL), such as LEDs. Topics include best deployment opportunities, correct applications, project examples, and measurement and verification protocols.

Also, check out the following calendar of seminars available through the DOE Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Programs in the upcoming months:

EERE Training Calendar

 

Questions?

Contact a representative at 1-800-342-6335 or send an email to commercial@nvenergy.com