Hawaii Energy Financial Analysis of Energy Efficiency Projects: Advanced [Run Time 2 hr]

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Format: Online, on-demand streaming
Length: 2 hours
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This training applies the financial analysis concepts learned in the Fundamental and Intermediate sessions to real life projects. In addition to understanding how to calculate a project's various financial returns, attendees will also understand how to interpret and critique a project's results.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Anyone attempting to evaluate and/or lobby for expense-reducing capital projects; project development roles (e.g., engineers, vendors, manufacturers' reps); program managers; utility and/or regulator staffs attempting to set metrics for encouraging/approving energy projects; etc.

LEARN TO:

1. Apply concepts taught in the Fundamental and Intermediate modules to projects provided by the instructor
2. Review and critique real-world projects using concepts presented in the Beginner and Intermediate modules.
3. The in-person version will consider projects provided by both the audience and the instructor.
4. Better present project to commercial real estate customers

 

Thanks to Hawaii Energy’s generous support, this training is available FREE*. In order to be eligible for this subsidy, trainings must be watched within 60 days of registration.

*Eligibility Criteria: Hawaii Energy is primarily interested in subsidizing the cost of these workshops for energy efficiency salespersons, architects, engineers, facility managers, property managers, property owners and finance professionals living or working in Hawaii, Honolulu, and Maui counties that are actively advancing energy efficiency projects.  Training will only be available for 60 days of registration. (Details will be provided during the registration process)

 If you are working in a different capacity, a student, currently unemployed and living or working in Hawaii, Honolulu, and Maui counties, we have a limited number of additional conditional sponsored seats available.

Contact us at info@eefg.com or (808) 333-7225 for more information on qualification. All registrations will be reviewed for eligibility within five business days of receipt.

Registration is for a license to use these course materials on a PER-PERSON basis for one year. If you are registering for more than one person, please select the correct quantity of people and provide email addresses for each attendee in the notes field when completing registration. Account log on information will be sent to each attendee individually within 24 hours (Monday - Friday). Access by unlicensed registrants is strictly prohibited. As the licensed registrant for this training, you are accountable for any illegal distribution of course content including sharing your log-on information with others, group viewing, posting copies of this material on the Internet or on a company server or intranet, and any other form of unauthorized sharing. If you need additional help registering people for this course or using these training materials for your team, please email  info@hawaiienergyworkshops.com  so that they may be properly registered. All training materials are covered by U.S. Copyright law and under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. 

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