Program offers public building energy benefits

Graduates of the building operator certification program in Michigan have proven to save an average of $10,800 annually on electric bills of the buildings where they implement changes, according to a news release from the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, making trained public building operators valuable partners in meeting Michigan’s new aggressive energy waste reduction goals.

To spur more interest among public building operators — leading to added energy savings — the Michigan Energy Office is offering a discounted tuition for public building operators interested in participating in an upcoming training at Northern Michigan University beginning on Aug. 10. This is the first time the training will be offered in the Upper Peninsula.

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