Enhanced Operations and Maintenance Training is for building operators and engineers who are serious about improving building energy performance. It offers practical, technical know-how, presented through a hands-on approach to learning. Participants are encouraged to use their own buildings as case studies, identifying and planning projects with support of the instructors. Training sessions will include benchmarking & tracking, building scoping walkthroughs, data logging & analysis, and energy calculations. Training also counts towards continuing education for maintenance of your BOC certification.
Enhanced O&M training is available to participants of Step Up and Power Down (SUPD)*. Training includes 8 half-day classes over four months and will begin on September 22 at the PG&E Pacific Energy Center in San Francisco and September 23 the Environmental Innovation Center in San Jose. Contact your Step Up and Power Down representative to register for SUPD today.
*Step Up and Power Down is a movement launched by PG&E, City of San Francisco and City of San Jose to reduce energy waste by turning simple, everyday actions into new, energy saving routines and habits. To learn more and join, visit: www.stepupandpowerdown.com
Registration for the Enhanced O&M training series:
Note: registration is only required for the initial session of this 8-class series. We will roll all registrants into the subsequent sessions.
Location, date and timing for the kick-off sessions:
09/22/15 | 12:00pm – 4pm
Pacific Energy Center
851 Howard St. San Francisco, CA 94103
09/23/15 | 12:00pm – 4pm
Environmental Innovation Center
1608 Las Plumas Avenue, San José, CA 95133
Getting to the PG&E Pacific Energy Center in San Francisco
The Pacific Energy Center is located at 851 Howard St, in between 4th and 5th Streets, two blocks south of the Powell Street BART/Metro Station in downtown San Francisco. Public parking is available nearby.
Getting to the Environmental Innovation Center in San Jose
The EIC is located at 1608 Las Plumas Avenue and accessible via automobile, bicycle paths and public transit. The VTA Line 77 bus stop is ¼ mile away from the facility. Surface parking is available at the facility.