In partnership with the Kansas Corporation Commission (KCC) Energy Division, Kansas State University Engineering Extension is hosting a free workshop on energy performance contracts (EPCs) and the KCC’s Facility Conservation Improvement Program (FCIP). Attendees will hear from national experts on EPCs and learn about ways in which EPCs can help organizations save on energy and operational costs and meet sustainability goals. The agenda includes speakers from three Kansas organizations that have been through the FCIP process.
This workshop is for anyone who has been through an EPC, has considered entering an EPC, has questions or concerns about EPCs, or is being introduced to EPCs for the first time. The workshop is intended for anyone with responsibility for government-owned buildings eligible for the FCIP (e.g., School Superintendents, Facility Managers, City Managers, Municipalities, Public Schools, Correctional Facilities, to name just a few).
The workshop will be held at the Washburn Tech Conference Center, 5724 SW Huntoon Street, Topeka, Kansas. Registration is from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. and the workshop will run from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., with plenty of opportunity for attendees to meet the speakers, as well as representatives from energy service companies. Refreshments will be provided, but lunch will be on your own.
Registration and other details can be found on the Kansas Energy Program website at https://kansasenergyprogram.org/2019EPCworkshop. We hope to see you there!