United States Department of Energy to Address Green Collar Initiatives in HVACR Industry

The Department of Energy will discuss the Green Collar economy as it pertains to the HVACR industry.

HVAC Excellence announces that the United States Department of Energy will deliver this years keynote address at the National HVACR Educators and Trainers Conference. The 2009 conference will be held at the Imperial Palace Hotel in Las Vegas, March 8th—10th.

The Department of Energy will discuss the Green Collar economy as it pertains to the HVACR industry. A new wave of energy efficiency programs and standards are being discussed in Washington. Those who understand the programs and how they will directly effect our industry will be the winners in the Green Collar revolution.

The participating organizations making this years conference possible include: Amana, Appion, Arzel, Carrier, Extech, Fieldpiece, Flir, GE Motors, Goodman, Hampden, Johnson Controls, Rectorseal, Regal Belloit, Shell Oil, Simutech, Testo, Toshiba, American Technical Publishers, Delmar Learning, Elite Software, Goodheart Wilcox, HVAC Insider, Pearson, AC&R Safety Coalition, Career Connect, COSA, COSIA Communications, ESCO Institute, Ferris State University, Five Star Careers, Green Mechanical Council, HD Supply, HVAC Dynamics, Lincoln Education Services, MAVCC, MCAA, MSCA, Oakridge National Laboratory, Stand Air, Suffolk Community College, Techsource Tools, Training for the Trades, United Association, United States Department of Energy.

To register, visit or call 1-800-394-5268.

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