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Coming up Short on Commercial and Industrial savings targets? Looking for new measures and opportunities to fill those gaps? Pumps are a good and cost effective (and proven) measure to help you fill out commercial and industrial program portfolios. 

Amid the uncertainty created across the United States—and the world—it can feel like sustainability initiatives have taken a back seat. However, energy efficiency and cost savings are often intrinsically linked. Utilities remain uniquely positioned to gain energy efficiencies in their own operations while launching incentive programs that encourage other companies to seek more energy efficient clean water pump systems.

In order to support energy efficient pump incentive programs, the Hydraulic Institute has launched a collection of tools and educational materials that can drive the development and implementation of incentive programs that advance pump system energy savings. Such programs can help utilities meet regulatory goals and provide other value-adds to customers. HI’s utility resources build upon the Energy Rating Program which underpins incentive programs by streamlining the way pump manufacturers and distributors communicate energy efficiency.

This free webinar will cover the following:

  • Resources available to utility incentive program designers 
  • Best practices and key learnings from past programs 
  • Deemed measure list and technical resource manual workbook
  • Pump sytem user profiles that help utilities professionals understand the motivations and challenges of pump system users
  • Key messages utilities can use to articulate the value of energy savings and pump efficiency
  • Communications tools, including flyers, promotional slides and other materials that can boost education and awareness of programs


This webinar is a must for utility incentive program administrators, program implementers, and energy efficiency association representatives. The webinar will last approximately 45 minutes with 15 minutes allowed for Q&A.

WEBINAR DISCLAIMER: 

By participating in this webinar hosted by the Hydraulic Institute (HI) and Pump Systems Matter (PSM) you automatically agree to authorize recording of audio and or visual content presented during the live session and consent to subsequent use of the recording by HI and PSM unless otherwise stated. The audio and visual recording of the live webinar includes documents and materials exchanged or viewed during the live event; questions asked and poll answers provided by you during the live event; and the chat box transcript. Live webinar recordings are uploaded to HI’s On-Demand library for distribution.

By submitting this registration, you consent to having your name or contact information shared with the session speaker(s) and organizer(s). If you do not consent to the audio and/or video recording of this live webinar or the sharing of your information, please do not join the session and email your concerns to training@pumps.org.

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