OESP said the educational courses and the trade show will be focused on the latest technological developments in the field. At the request of attendees and exhibitors, OESP said it has added an outdoor exhibit area to the 2012 trade show. This Outdoor Energy Fair will offer ongoing training and food. Another new feature will be the Energy Consultant Academy.
The association said the event will be beneficial for HVACR contractors, oil and gas technicians, plumbers, chimney experts, home inspectors, and students. And those who attend courses can gain North American Technician Excellence (NATE) and National Oilheat Research Alliance (NORA) continuing education units (CEUs).
For more information, visit www.thinkoesp.org.
Publication date: 01/16/2012