Welcome to WAPA's Energy Services Program
Energy Services helps Western Area Power Administration customers improve energy efficiency, explore alternative resource options, find new technologies and learn about programs and techniques at other utilities. Services include an
equipment loan program,
technical assistance, and a full menu of
publications available both on-line and in printed version. We work closely with WAPA's
Renewables Program to encourage customers to develop, purchase and use of renewable energy.
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Energy Services Bulletin
compliance training program, the web-based system is designed to streamline the reporting process, increase customers' understanding of the IRP requirements and ensure a consistent review process.
11 a.m. MT
Learn about generation and transmission and joint action agencies as business models to jointly own, procure and build new transmission and power generation projects; along with other partnership opportunities that can support tribal energy independence and self-determination on tribal lands.
12-1:30 pm MT
Benefit from lessons learned from utilities that have installed Advanced Metering Infrastructure. Understand how to fully leverage the benefits of smart meters and gather best practices on transitioning rate structures, educating customers, and soliciting feedback.
Learn what's new in the electricity industry and how it relates to regional power providers.
Join more than 300 public power professionals in the business of serving customers and the community. At the Customer Connections Conference, you'll have plenty of opportunities to compare notes, discover best practices, and learn from case studies.
This event will feature project status updates from tribes across the nation who are leveraging Office of Indian Energy grant funding to deploy energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies, taking first steps to energy development, and developing an inter-tribal technical assistance energy network.
12-1:30 pm MT
Public power officials will present best practices and lessons learned from implementing outbound digital communications strategies that include personal energy forecasting, customer service representative applications, video messaging, alerts and more. Speakers will also address how to create an online presence and digital strategy that will appeal to Millennials.
11 a.m. MT
This webinar introduces a new initiative to facilitate stronger and improved relationships between tribes and utilities or energy companies that serve them. Another possible benefit of this effort is to improve employment of tribal members in utility and energy sector jobs.
11 a.m. MT
Learn about the significant untapped economic potential from developing conventional and renewable energy resources on tribal lands, and the tools available for economic and energy supply assessments.
Attend the premier energy industry conference that draws the top program managers, policy makers, implementers, marketers, evaluators, consultants and vendors in energy efficiency.
ACEEE’s Hot Water Forum is the only technical conference about efficiently making, distributing, and using hot water, regardless of its source. The Forum features two full days of sessions presented by experts in the field on cutting-edge development in these areas.
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