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4/13/2020 at 8:26:38 PM GMT
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Information from Nexant

Good afternoon, 

As per my email, here is the information from Nexant. I hope this may be of use for folks during this time. 

How we can help you. In order to help our communities in these trying times, we want to volunteer our experience. During this shut-down period, Nexant can help you scale back your aquatic systems, saving your organization significant energy and expense. At no cost, we will share best practices and discuss practical recommendations with your facility operator, either on-site or over the phone as convenient. We see this as a small thank you to the ORPA community for keeping us busy these last five years- and our team is happy to help. 

·        Mert Mansur has 20+ years of experience operating natatoriums in Oregon and is available late afternoons and most Fridays.

·        Jacob James has 5+ years of experience with natatorium HVAC and water-side systems and is available Monday through Friday.

We envision these turndown actions as temporary cost-reduction strategies and look forward to helping you ASAP to see the most benefit. Fingers crossed we’re all back up and running shortly!

How you can help us. In Oregon, analyzing aquatic equipment and HVAC is our bread and butter. We quantify the cost savings and utility incentives for projects that save you gas and/or electricity. You can help us by requesting our technical services for your facility. 

·        Our work is funded 100% by Energy Trust of Oregon, so there is no cost to you and no commitment to implement any project. 

·        Our studies take around 4-months to complete, and are valid for 2 years. If you expect to replace or upgrade any equipment in the next 2 years, now may be a good time to investigate potential incentives.

·        To qualify, you’d need to be a customer of one of these utilities: PGE, Pacific Power, NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas, or Avista.

Thank you for all you do for our communities. If you’d like to work with us on either of these options, we’d love to help. Feel free to contact Mert or Jacob.

Mert Mansur

Jacob James

I hope you are all staying safe and healthy!

Rajeana Pancake

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