Volunteers Needed!

The Utah STEM Fest is coming up quick and we are in great need of volunteers! This event is an opportunity to engage and excite students about science, technology, engineering and math through hands-on experiences.

The event takes place Oct. 3-4 at the South Towne Expo Center. All volunteers will be given a STEM t-shirt, along with a swag bag, snacks and drinks.

You can sign up for a shift here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1LqR-bXm_fLx1RW9phW0tssO7cs1DYJixgy2pLuJ9vS0/edit?usp=sharing (%20https://docs NULL.google NULL.com/spreadsheets/d/1LqR-bXm_fLx1RW9phW0tssO7cs1DYJixgy2pLuJ9vS0/edit?usp=sharing)

If you need more information on the event, here’s a link: utahstemfest.com (http://www NULL.utahstemfest NULL.com)

Thank you in advance for your support!

Questions? Contact Kaitlin Felsted, kfelsted@utah.gov (kfelsted null@null utah NULL.gov), 801-673-7601

(posted October 2, 2017)

ASHRAE Congratulates Salt Lake City

ASHRAE congratulated the Salt Lake City Council, which passed a building benchmarking ordinance August 29, 2017. This ordinance will create transparency about the energy performance of the city’s commercial buildings and will help owners identify opportunities for improving energy efficiency, which could save millions of dollars in operating costs.  Numerous other cities, counties, and states have enacted similar policies, reducing pollution, saving money, and providing useful information for building owners and tenants.

Read more here (https://www NULL.ashrae NULL.org/government-affairs/ashrae-congratulates-salt-lake-city-for-passing-benchmarking-ordinance).

(posted September 8, 2017)


Upcoming Events:

August 18: ASHRAE/SMACNA Golf Tournament at Stonebridge

 

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