Energy consumption, incentive programs to be explored at October energy management seminar
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CLEVELAND, WI –
Developments in energy production, efficiency, reimbursement programs, incentives and special school programs will be explored during an upcoming energy management seminar at Lakeshore Technical College.
Why Energy Management Makes Sense will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 6 in the Lake Michigan Room at LTC-Cleveland. The cost is $29, and the class number is 67425. A light lunch will be provided.
This seminar is designed for key people within school systems, municipalities, libraries and other organizations who are in a position to help save money through energy efficiency. Participants will gain an understanding of all aspects of energy, from its creation, cost and transmission, to reimbursement programs, incentives and special school programs.
Presentations will be made by Mike Potts, president and chief operating officers of Orion Energy Systems; Bill Plamann, advisor with Focus on Energy; and Lynn Kroll, community relations leader with Wisconsin Public Service.
For more information, contact Ruth Semph at (920) 693-1167 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To register, call (888) 468-6582, extension 1366.
About Lakeshore Technical College
Lakeshore Technical College is a leading provider of technical education offering 100 career programs including associate degrees, technical diplomas, technical certificates, and apprenticeship programs. In addition, LTC offers distance learning, customized training to business and industry, and continuing educational opportunities.
Serving a 200,500-resident population in east central Wisconsin, LTC operates a main campus in Cleveland; additional learning sites at LTC Manitowoc and LTC Sheboygan; Community Education Centers at area high schools in Kiel, Mishicot, Plymouth, Random Lake, Reedsville, and Two Rivers; and 27 distance learning sites. LTC’s mission is to enrich lives and strengthen the economy by preparing a workforce that is skilled, diverse and flexible. On average, 79% of LTC graduates work in the LTC District which includes Manitowoc and Sheboygan Counties, and parts of Calumet and Ozaukee Counties. Visit LTC at: gotoltc.edu.