MAKE ENERGY CONSERVATION YOUR NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION!
Is your arts organization saving enough on energy costs? Energy saving opportunities are everywhere in your building, and Dollars to $ense will help you find them. Arts organizations will learn where to spot energy savings in their facilities, low/no cost solutions and program incentives that can help you save more on your energy bills. The workshop includes case studies from the sector and we use real world examples to give you an in depth understanding of energy use in your building. This is a participatory and conversational workshop, so be prepared to ask lots of questions!
DOLLARS TO $ENSE ENERGY CONSERVATION WORKSHOP
Wednesday, February 10 at 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Gladstone Hotel (1214 Queen St W, Toronto, M6J 1J6)
$25 per participant
Bring a second staff for FREE if you register before Friday, January 22!
Watch workshop presenters Garth White and Stephen Dixon discuss why arts organizations can benefit from energy savings.
STEPHEN DIXON, B.Sc., M.A.Sc.
Stephen Dixon is a freelance energy consultant. As Principal of TdS Dixon Inc., of St. Jacobs, Ontario, he brings a practical, hands-on approach to the challenge of developing the energy management capacities of a broad range of institutional, commercial and industrial organizations. Stephen has accumulated over 34 years of energy management experience, including more than 600 energy audits and the facilitation of over 1,600 energy management workshops. Stephen holds an M.A.Sc. in Systems Design Engineering from the University of Waterloo and a B.Sc. in Physics from UPEI.
GARTH J. WHITE, CEM, CDSM, CEA, IE, CME, Master Electrician
Garth White is a freelance energy management coach. He continues to serve a diverse portfolio, including a plethora of governmental agencies, energy suppliers, market authorities and NGOs, toward effective demand side management strategies, prudent conservation programs and lucrative cost-avoidance initiatives.
Also, Garth has encouraged and inspired tens of thousands of energy end-users to incorporate better energy management practices through the integration of sustainable measures. He has actively participated in hundreds of energy end-use and management system assessments and facilitated in excess 1500 energy management interventions spanning four continents.
At the millennium, Garth was awarded Certified Energy Manager accreditation by the Association of Energy Engineers, of which he was also designated a Life Member.