The second nationwide broadcast of state-of-the-art motor system technologies and maintenance strategies will be televised next May.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy's Motor Challenge effort, the upcoming teleconference will feature industry accomplishments, interviews with experts in the field and tools and resources for evaluating industrial motor driven system operations.
The one-and-a-half hour broadcast will be followed by a session where viewers can ask the experts questions about particular concerns or areas of interest.
To sponsor a local or regional viewing site, there are just a few things interested parties need to do. First, contact Julia Oliver at 510-637-1952 or by email at email@example.com. Julia can provide more specifics about the teleconference.
Second, locate facilities in your area capable of receiving the broadcast. In many communities, the receivers may be located in libraries, schools, colleges, universities, city halls, hospitals and county extension offices. Once you find the nearest facility, see if it can be reserved in May for the Motor Challenge Teleconference.
Once the arrangements have been made, you might want to contact your utility and local development organization to see if others might be interested in attending the teleconference.