Webinar to Explore How Utility Incentive Programs Affect Equipment Upgrade Decisions
MARLBOROUGH, MA – JUNE 17, 2014 – Electronic Environments Corporation (EEC), a leader in mission critical facility management for nearly three decades, announces the date for its webinar, ‘How Utility Incentive Programs Affect Equipment Upgrade Decisions’, to be held June 24 at 11AM ET.
EEC’s web conference will review issues associated with aging equipment including rising maintenance costs, energy efficiency and threats to reliability. Attendees will also learn best practices for estimating the life of equipment, identifying whether it should be upgraded or even replaced. This one-hour webinar seeks to address these questions and concerns with viable options and alternatives to implementing a solid, cost-effective plan for equipment upgrades. The key take away will be the role utility incentive programs can play in these decisions.
Along with representatives from ConEdison, NationalGrid and NSTAR, EEC’s Engineering and Construction Manager, James Stark, P.E., will provide insight into these issues and more. Mr. Stark has extensive experience in delivering mission critical data center projects, site assessments and power quality studies. His experience with EEC spans more than 15 years.
Registration for the June 24 webinar at 11AM ET is free, and can be found here: http://blog.eecnet.com/how-utility-incentive-programs-affect-equipment-upgrade-decisions
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About Electronic Environments
Founded in 1986, Electronic Environments Corporation (www.eecnet.com) provides critical facility services to information technology and telecommunication throughout all phases of data center lifecycle. EEC offers a single source for fully integrated data center design, mission- critical construction, and 24×7 support services. Its proven practices help IT and facilities managers eliminate downtime and reduce energy consumption within data centers and telecom sites. EEC is headquartered in Marlborough, MA and has offices located throughout the United States.
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