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Description: Since the history of nuclear power, dating back to the Manhattan project, nuclear energy has had a very rough life. This was commonly caused by grouping nuclear energy and nuclear weaponry into the same category. After the movie “China Syndrome” and the accident at Three Mile Island, there has been much opposition to nuclear energy. This brought about a major change in the safety of nuclear reactors in the US; coining the phrase “zero tolerance safety”. Often causing the fourteen to twenty-year delays, raising the prices drastically and making nuclear energy “too expensive to matter”. After the accident at Chernobyl, lack of knowledge and the negative portrayal of the nuclear industry in the USA prevented it from becoming the energy leader that it was capable of becoming. Many other countries never even faced many of the problems seen in the US. After decades of new research in the industry nuclear energy is ready to make its revival in the US. With increased knowledge about this energy source it could survive and thrive, permanently changing the energy market for the better. 8Bio:Jason Jerrell, a student at Rockhurst university, has been doing research into the feasibility of nuclear energy for over a year. Originally being introduced to the topic by reading articles about ITER, a nuclear fusion device being built in France. This, along with an interest in clean energy development was one of his main reasons for becoming an engineer. The Liquid Fueled Thorium Reactor (LFTR) that was built in Oak Ridge Tennessee in the 60’s and 70’s further peaked his interest. After the technology was proven to be sustainable on a large scale, the project was shut down due to negative public and political opinion. The idea of completely clean, sustainable energy drove him. Through more research on Nuclear energy, Jason has been led to the conclusion that a better understanding on nuclear energy is necessary to further advance it in the US.

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02/23/1811:30am to 1:00pm


CEM Training Course & Exam!!
    April 16th - 20th, 2018
    8am-4pm; Monday-Friday
    Location: CD Jones Co., 621 E 14th Ave, North Kansas City, MO 64116
    Cost:  $2,490.00 per person ($2,340.00 before 12/31/17)
    Signup Deadline:  March 31, 2018


This will be a full week of classes; ending with the CEM certification exam.

The CEM training course will empower you to put it all together and get the results your organization expects. Comprehensive in scope, this five-day program takes you systematically from underlying fundamentals to specific how- to’s.

The Certified Energy Manager credential provides recognition to individuals you have demonstrated an elevated level of competence, proficiency and experience in the field of energy management. By attaining the status of CEM you will join an elite group of energy professionals serving industry, business and government throughout the US and other countries abroad.

This course is designed for energy managers and other professionals who can benefit from in-depth exposure in areas such as analyzing energy bills, understanding energy rate structures, conduction economic analyses, or applying cost effective technologies that have a real impact to the bottom line. Each topic is introduced at a beginner level and gradually proceeds to more complex issues.

Cost includes  fees for the class, handbooks/class material, and lunch during the week. Lite breakfast may be provided on some days.

Class fees are non-refundable if class is held.

DEADLINE FOR SIGN UP: March 31, 2018
To register please visit the link our website: www.aeekc.org  or contact
Jerry Casey, jcasey@mcpower.com PH# 618-806-0571
Ryan Lowe, rlowe@cdjones.com PH# 816-400-7749

 

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04/16/18
-04/20/18
8:00am to 4:00pm


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