The following PennTAP webinars have been recorded and are available to view on demand. Selecting a webinar will open it in a new window using Adobe Connect.
This webinar will show you how to operate buildings more efficiently, reduce operating costs, and provide energy savings.
This webinar will discuss funding opportunities for small to mid-sized companies throughout Pennsylvania.
This webinar will help those involved with building operations learn how to operate buildings more efficiently, reduce operating costs, and provide energy savings.
This webinar will help you understand the structure, goals, and many benefits of an EnMS.
This webinar will present an overview of programs that can bring Penn State students to your facility to engage in real-world problem-solving.
PennTAP will host this webinar intended to explain how you can “plug-in” to the network of entrepreneurial assistance, resources, and tools at Penn State.
PennTAP will review how an EnMS can help organizations of any size establish the structure and discipline to implement and document technical and management strategies that significantly cut energy costs and greenhouses gas emissions.
Kelly Wylam, program manager with the Ben Franklin Innovation Partnerships program will explain the basics of the program and highlight the application process.
PennTAP will explain the rule and the definition of the solid waste for certain solvents transferred from one manufacturer to another.
This talk will introduce new parallel algorithms for large-scale IoMT machine information processing, network modeling, condition monitoring, and fault diagnosis.
This PennTAP webinar will discuss funding opportunities for small to mid-sized companies throughout Pennsylvania.
Join us for a webinar focused on the advantages of additive manufacturing (AM) for small and mid-sized businesses.
This PennTAP webinar will assist those involved with building operations learn how to operate buildings more efficiently, reduce operating costs, and provide energy savings.
Step-by-Step Guide to DOE 50001 Ready Navigator- Online Tool for Implementing an Energy Management System
Let PennTAP show you how implementing an Energy Management System (EnMS) will reduce your organization’s energy costs.
PennTAP will review methods to maximize energy efficiency, in order to minimize alternative energy equipment and installation costs.
Are you a student at Penn State who has toyed with the idea of starting a business, but you are not sure where to start or how to seek assistance? Penn State has a flourishing entrepreneurship ecosystem at most campuses that is waiting to engage with you! PennTAP will host this webinar intended to explain how you can “plug-in” to this network of assistance, resources, and tools to help you avoid mistakes, and get to success quicker. No matter where you are in the idea, product development, or establishment of a business, we can help steer you to the next steps and resources you need.
The revisions of the DSW rule are designed to encourage the reclamation of high-value waste solvents.
An Energy Management System (EnMS) helps organizations take a systematic approach to achieving a continual improvement in energy performance.
PennTAP is available to help organizations scope and administer projects within Penn State's College of Engineering outreach assistance programs. This webinar will cover the details of numerous programs available to the public, and will help generate ideas and calls to action for future projects. The Penn State Learning Factory (that uses Penn State undergraduate senior engineering students) and the Integrated Design Solutions (that uses Penn State engineering faculty and graduate students) programs will be highlighted. If your firm is a startup or an organization of any size involved in new product development and commercialization, or new process design, this webinar is for you.
This PennTAP webinar reviewed the steps for developing and analyzing the energy baseline at industrial facilities and large commercial buildings. PennTAP reviewed how to identify major energy use inputs, the tools required for the project, and how to accurately account for variables. A well-developed energy baseline will allow for the identification of suitable energy efficiency projects and the incorporation of corporate energy footprint into longer-term decision making.