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Codale Launches Year-Long Energy Savings Campaign

Feb. 1, 2011
Codale Electric Supply, Salt Lake City, Utah, has announced the schedule for its 2011: A Year of Energy Savings program, a year-long series of training

Codale Electric Supply, Salt Lake City, Utah, has announced the schedule for its “2011: A Year of Energy Savings” program, a year-long series of training sessions, sales promotions and events focused on energy-saving products and technologies. The program will cover several energy-efficient product categories, including LEDs, CFLs, skylights and daylight harvesting, as well as sustainable power management equipment such as switchgear, variable-frequency-drives (VFDs), transformers, capacitors, soft starts and power monitoring. To educate and assist their customers with key energy-saving products, Codale's year-long series will feature counter days offered at multiple branch locations that will focus on energy-saving opportunities such as taking advantage of utility incentives and using power control products to make manufacturing processes more energy-efficient. Codale will roll out special sales promotions and offers in time with each product focus, and will end the year with a comprehensive “Energy Fair,” open to the public and planned for early November. Details can be found at www.codale.com/2011YES. Codale has worked on several high-profile green projects in the Intermountain Region, including the Utah Governor's Mansion, the Utah State Office Building, Energy Solutions Arena, and Spring Mobile Ball Park, and has done several major projects for Salt Lake County.

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