The Electric Revolution: Transitioning Your Commercial Operations from Gas to Electric

Registration Eligibility
Landscape professionals including contractors, designers, arborists and growers.
Start Date
10/16/2018
End Date
10/16/2018
Description
Electric battery technology is advancing, enabling communities to create low noise, emissions-free parks, campuses, and other spaces. With the proper training, it is practical and cost-effective to use for a substantial amount of commercial scale work. The American Green Zone Alliance is helping communities transition to low noise, zero emissions land care. Through its AGZA Green Zone® programs, it led the cities of South Pasadena and Ojai, California to transition from gas to electric operations for all routine maintenance. AGZA also Green Zone® Certified the nation’s first golf course the Arroyo Seco par three. Work performance and ROI considerations for battery electric tools will be covered in this discussion as well as where the technology is today, and where things are heading.
Location
Glencoe, IL
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
Yes
Subjects
Design-Build
Sustainable Development & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
Attendees will learn the benefits and costs of converting to electric equipment. They'll review the positive impact it has on the environment and learn what mistakes to avoid when implementing it for the first time.
Instructors
Dan Mabe, American Green Zone Alliance
Website Registration
Course Codes
Provider
Illinois Landscape Contractors Association


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