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Energy Conservation

TPC’s Energy Conservation training series explains how to recognize where energy losses occur so that maintenance employees can take proper corrective measures to stop the losses. Throughout each course, Trainees will learn about energy conservation in heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems as well as in the building structure itself-walls, ceilings, and floors. In addition, the training program demonstrates how to conduct an energy audit so trainees can quantify the options available and determine the payback period for each option.

Unit 376: Examining Energy Conservation Basics ($100)

This course covers energy sources and the history of energy usage. Examines alternative energy sources and their feasibility. Identifies current energy usage patterns and places where energy can be conserved. Explains how to recognize energy waste, and includes sample corrective actions and maintenance procedures. Explains how to conduct an energy survey.

Lesson 1 – Energy and its Source

Lesson 2 – Why the Energy Crisis

Lesson 3 – Energy Consumption and Loss

Lesson 4 – Practical Conservation Measures

Lesson 5 – Conducting an Energy Audit

Unit 377: Reducing Energy Losses in Building Structures ($100)

Covers physical laws of heat transfer and how they apply to building heat losses. This course’s lessons discuss the effects of sun, wind, and shade on energy consumption in buildings. Examines characteristics of different types of walls, roofs, windows, and flooring. Demonstrates how different forms of insulation can improve thermal resistance. Gives sample applications of energy conservation measures and maintenance, illustrating how to determine cost and payback period.

Lesson 1 – Heat Flow Principles

Lesson 2 – Heat Loss/Gain Through Roofs

Lesson 3 – Minimizing Heat Flow Through Walls

Lesson 4 – Heat Loss/Gain Through Windows and Doors

Lesson 5 – Controlling Losses Through Floors

Unit 378: Heating/ Cooling System Efficiency ($100)

This course covers the measurement of various environmental factors and their effect on human comfort. Introduces the concept of zones. Covers ventilation requirements and savings possible by reducing airflow. Examines energy waste vs. conservation measures relating to furnaces, boilers, air conditioners, and refrigeration equipment.

Lesson 1 – Conditioning the Air

Lesson 2 – Managing Airflow in HVAC Systems

Lesson 3 – Conserving Energy in Heating Systems

Lesson 4 – Conserving Energy in Cooling Systems

Lesson 5 – Reducing Losses in Distribution Systems

Unit 379: Conserving Energy In Mechanical Systems ($100)

Covers the causes and effects of friction and the importance of lubrication. Includes a discussion of efficient operation of materials handling systems, elevators, and escalators. This course examines ways to conserve energy by reducing vibration. Explains the importance of good maintenance of pumps, blowers, and compressors. Includes a lesson on vehicle efficiency, with emphasis on tuneups, lubrication, and other energy-saving maintenance practices.

Lesson 1 – Reducing Friction

Lesson 2 – Cutting Transmission Losses

Lesson 3 – Pumps, Fans, and Compressors

Lesson 4 – Elevators and Conveyor Systems

Lesson 5 – Improving Vehicle Efficiency

Unit 380: Conserving Energy In Electrical Systems ($100)

This course covers electrical energy consumers in typical commercial and industrial facilities. Investigates utility rate structures and relates cost to load management. Examines power factors, including how they are calculated and how they affect energy usage. Shows methods of conducting lighting surveys and how lighting fixture and lamp selection can impact electricity costs.

Lesson 1 – Surveying Electrical Consumption

Lesson 2 – Using Load Management Techniques

Lesson 3 – Improving Electrical Equipment Efficiency

Lesson 4 – Conducting a Lighting Survey

Lesson 5 – Evaluating Lamps and Fixtures

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