Hawaii Energy Workshop Series
Using Efficiency to Build Your Business
Emphasizing how your products or services could enhance your customers’ energy efficiency is a proven path to higher revenues and profits. Manufacturers, distributors, contractors and consultants are all well-positioned to leverage energy efficiency to grow their businesses. This program is divided into two parts: the morning session offers insights and tips that will help you find the most promising candidates for your efficiency solutions. The afternoon session charts the path to getting more proposals approved. Register.
Boosting Your Competitiveness, Profitability and Value with Efficiency
Energy efficiency’s potential for making organizations more competitive, profitable and valuable is often understated because the discussion is too narrowly focused on first cost, utility cost savings and rebates. A discussion that incorporates financial benefits beyond utility savings and non-financial benefits is not only more interesting, but also more likely to result in project approvals. This program is divided into two parts: the morning session explores how to take control of your energy use and organize the resources you need internally to begin reducing it. The afternoon session charts the path to getting your projects approved and leveraging your early successes to build support for continuous energy improvement. Register.
May 16-17, 2013
May 20-21, 2013
Efficiency Sales Professional™ Certification Program
The market is filled with sales programs that provide proven strategies for increasing leads, creating compelling value propositions, building client relationships, and closing sales. However, these programs are created for large and varied audiences selling everything from Italian leather shoes to jetliners. When it comes to applying sales principles to your own industry, it starts to get tricky. That’s why EEFG created the ESP Certification Program, which artfully combines instruction on professional selling, financial analysis, segment-specific business acumen, and the energy efficiency industry.
June 10-15, 2013
Hawaii Energy is a ratepayer-funded conservation and efficiency program administered by SAIC under contract with the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission serving the islands of Hawaii, Lanai, Maui, Molokai and Oahu.