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2010 DOE WAP State Managers' Meeting | Charleston, SC


Listed below are the documents and presentations given by the Department of Energy (DOE) and NASCSP staff at the 2010 DOE WAP State Managers' Meeting held in Charleston, South Carolina from September 21-24. Presentations are listed according to the day and session in which they were delivered.
 
 

Wednesday September 22 | Thursday September 23 | Friday September 24

 
 

Wednesday, September 22nd ^

WAP: Federal Perspective and Hot Topics Part 1 and Part 2
  • Federal Perspectives and Hot Topics PowerPoint
    Provides the latest WAP updates from the DOE including 2011 Grant Guidance, SERC Grants, IG/GAO trends, 2011 National Weatherization Training Conference, Innovation Grants, Reporting Requirements, and Dashboards for production and expenditures.

    Presenters: Robert Adams, Supervisor and Team Lead, WAP, DOE-HQ; Christine Askew, Energy Technology Program Specialist, WAP DOE-HQ; Rob DeSoto, Weatherization Branch Chief, DOE-Golden Field Office; Jean M. Diggs, Lead Energy Technology Programs Specialist, WAP, DOE-HQ; Katherine Foote, WAP Project Officer, DOE-Golden Field Office; Carole Gates, Weatherization Branch Chief, DOE-Golden Field Office; Benjamin Goldstein, Project Lead, DOE-HQ; Adam Guzzo, Energy Program Analyst, DOE-HQ; Tawanna V. Holloway, Energy Technology Program Specialist, DOE-HQ; Tyler Huebner, Energy Technology Program Specialist, DOE-HQ; Christine Platt Patrick, Policy Advisor, DOE-HQ; Michael Peterson, WAP Project Officer, DOE-Golden Field Office; Holly Ravesloot, Lead Energy Technology Program Specialist, DOE-HQ; Jennifer Somers, Training and Technical Assistance Team Lead/Policy Advisor, WAP, DOE-HQ; Joel Eisenberg, OWIP Program Manager, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Gregory Reamy, Senior Technical Advisor (Consultant), WAP

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Thursday, September 23rd ^

 
WAP: Multi-family Buildings
  • Multi-family Buildings
    Discussion of DOE WPN 10-15 and 10-15A as well as Low income House credits (LIHTCs) as they relate to multi-family buildings.
    Presenter: Jennifer Somers, Training and Technical Assistance Team Lead/Policy Advisor, WAP, DOE-HQ

  • Energy Auditor - Multi-family Buildings: Standardized Curriculum
    Provides guidance on energy audits as they relate to multi-family buildings.
    Presenters: Warren Cunningham, Weatherization Liaison, WAP, DOE, Office of Weatherization and Intergovernmental Program; Greg Reamy, Senior Technical Advisor, WAP; Michael Peterson, Weatherization Program Project Officer, DOE-Golden Field Office; Glen Salas, Senior Engineer, SMS
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WAP: Monitoring and Quality Control at the Federal, State, and Local Levels
  • WAP Monitoring and Quality Control
    Gives insight into DOE Monitoring approach, IG/GAO Trends, DOE field implementation of monitoring practices, quality assurance testing, and grantee monitoring.
  • WAP: Audits 201
    Review of Program Notice 01-4, tools for Project officers to verify using correct audit tools, and priority lists.

    Presenters: Holly Ravesloot, Lead Energy Technology Program Specialist, WAP, DOE-HQ; Christine Platt Patrick, Policy Advisor, WAP, DOE-HQ; Erica Burrin, WAP, DOE-National Energy Technology Laboratory; Randy Bennett, WAP Manager, Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity - Office of Energy Assistance; Cynthia Simonson, Program Manager, Simonson Management Services
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WAP: Public Information and Weatherization Day
  • Harnessing the Conversation: Social Media and WAP
    Description of how social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Blogs can be used in a PIC campaign.
    Presenters: Megan Freed and Nathan Boltseridge, Senior Associates, Douglas Gould and Co., Inc.

  • Weatherization Public Information Campaign: Technical Site Visits and Messaging
    Discussion on the effectiveness of site visits and how they can be used to get out the message that Weatherization Works!
    Presenter: Lisa Kesecker, Program Specialist, West Virginia Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity

  • WAP PIC Campaign: Close-Up Project
    Overview of Close-Up Project and how a close-up page can be created for each state. For more information about the Close-Up project and examples, visit the Close-Up page on WAPTAC.
    Presenters: Tawanna Holloway, Energy Technology Program Specialist, WAP, DOE-HQ; Adam Guzzo, Energy Program Analyst, DOE-HQ

WAP: Training, Certification, and Accreditation
  • National Retro-fit Guidelines
    Review of new, voluntary guidelines for the work and workforce involved in residential energy efficiency retrofits.
    Presenter: Joshua Olsen, Training and Technical Assistance Liaison, WAP, DOE-HQ; Alex Cohen, Senior Analyst, New West Tech, DOE OWIP

  • Training & Technical Assistance, Certification, and Accreditation
    Overview of T&TA fund guidelines under ARRA and creation of Standardized Curriculum for WAP workers.
    Presenters: Jennifer L. Somers, Training and Technical Assistance Team Lead, WAP, DOE-HQ; Benjamin Goldstein, Project Lead, National Residential Retrofit Guidelines, WAP, Buy American Coordinator, WAP, DOE-HQ
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Friday, September 24th ^

 
WAP: Health and Safety
  • Healthy Homes Initiative (Presented by DOE)
    Overview of Phase 1 and 2 of Healthy Homes Initiative as well as overview of similar programs run by other US departments and agencies.
    Presenters: Christine Platt Patrick, Policy Advisor, WAP, DOE-HQ; Ryan Middleton, T&TA Liaison, WAP, DOE-HQ

  • Healthy Homes Initiative (Presented by NASCSP)
    Discussion of why WAP and Healthy Homes Initiative provide excellent opportunities to one another.
    Presenters: Bob Scott, Director of Weatherization and Jenae Bjelland, Director of Research, NASCSP
WAP: Life after ARRA
  • Life After ARRA
    A look at different funding options for WAP post-ARRA.
    Presenter: Jean Diggs, Lead Energy Technology Program Specialist, WAP, DOE-HQ

  • Life After ARRA: Next steps in Washington DC
    Discussion of next steps for organizations in seeking funding for WAP.
    Presenters: Bob Scott Director of Weatherization Services, NASCSP; Steve Payne, Managing Director, Housing Improvements and Preservation, Washington Department of Commerce

  • Appreciating the Success of our ARRA and Weatherization
    Overview of potential scenarios for WAP in the coming months as well as assessment about future opportunities.
    Presenter: Meg Power, President, Economic Opportunity Studies
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