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Virtual Propane Expo 2020 and 2021 - Past Presenters

Erik Bunaes VPE’s Constant Contact Certified Expert Presents

June 10, 2021  
What are the best tools to get more out of our online marketing? This is a question that we hear on a regular basis. It’s a simple question but one that opens a can of worms. As everyone knows, there are lots of options when it comes to digital marketing and every company has different needs and goals. There is just no one size fits all solution for every organization. Rather than learning about any particular tool or service, we will show you exactly how the online marketing world works and teach you a 5-step e-business process that works. Within each step, we’ll show you several tools that work well for small and mid-sized businesses. This seminar is designed for the owners/leaders of new or small businesses that are just getting started on their e-business or online marketing journey. We’ll keep the conversation focused on concrete steps you can take back and put into action from day #1.

Don Farrell from Indoor Comfort Marketing

June 10, 2021  
Take the 2 Part Journey with Don to explore the changes in Tools and Tech, What Every Energy Dealer needs to do to level the playing field in the Credit Card Space, and Empowerment for the next generation solutions. The landscape has changed. Are you paying too much now? Larry from Richmond Financial Services, is the nationally recognized authority and visionary behind utility rate processing for the heating fuels industry with multiple landmark accomplishments to his credit over the last two decades. As the founder of AVATAS, Larry personally worked directly with and was accountable to more than 1000 energy companies located across the country. Larry successfully lobbied MasterCard to reclassify home heating retailers into a lower risk utility processing category, resulting in billions of dollars of savings to the heating oil and propane industry. To this date, this important watershed accomplishment stands as the single most significant advancement in fee reductions associated with electronic payments for the heating fuels industry. Larry continues to spearhead many innovative solutions in the race to control cash flow and lower expenses while sprinting to stay ahead of the digital economy.

Indoor Comfort Discovery Series

May 20, 2021  
Take the 2 Part Journey with Don to explore the changes in Tools and Tech, What Every Energy Dealer needs to do to level the playing field in the Credit Card Space, and Empowerment for the next generation solutions. The landscape has changed. Are you paying too much now? Larry from Richmond Financial Services, is the nationally recognized authority and visionary behind utility rate processing for the heating fuels industry with multiple landmark accomplishments to his credit over the last two decades. As the founder of AVATAS, Larry personally worked directly with and was accountable to more than 1000 energy companies located across the country. Larry successfully lobbied MasterCard to reclassify home heating retailers into a lower risk utility processing category, resulting in billions of dollars of savings to the heating oil and propane industry. To this date, this important watershed accomplishment stands as the single most significant advancement in fee reductions associated with electronic payments for the heating fuels industry. Larry continues to spearhead many innovative solutions in the race to control cash flow and lower expenses while sprinting to stay ahead of the digital economy.

One-Tank Ignites the Conversation with Tom Clark

May 20, 2021  
Join Tom Clark chatting with Brain Humphrey from One-Tank. One-Tank™ is the industry’s first field storage and monitoring solution for propane marketers. Designed to help leverage unused storage in existing field tanks, the One-Tank system enables propane marketers to: -Fill tanks when prices are low -Avoid dramatic winter demand spikes -Protect your business and customers from supply interruptions -Gain access to storage at a fraction of the cost of bulk storage

Conversations with the Editor LPGas Magazine

May 20, 2021  
Join LPGas Editor Brian Richesson for a casual, yet compelling conversation. Richesson welcomes former LPGas Editor Pat Hyland, now the director of industry communications from the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC), for a conversation about propane industry. LPGas' current and former editor will talk about their years covering the industry, and Hyland will also share some of the ways PERC works on behalf of propane Marketers.

Duty to Warn related to Law & Odor Fade “Rescheduled from May 13th”

May 20, 2021  
John McCoy, Partner McCoy Leavitt Laskey LLC rescheduled from May 13 to May 20th at 12pm EST will lecture on ODORANT 49 CFR § 173.315 Compressed Gases In Cargo Tanks and Portable Tanks. Included in the lecture will be an explanation of the recent March 23, 2021, US DOT Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration clarification of 49 CFR 173.315(b)(1) and (2). Apart from regulation summarization Mr. McCoy will discuss the training requirement which will include SELF DIRECTED VIDEO STUDY versus instructor led virtual education. She will end the class letting attendees know more about the Duty To Warn concept as it relates to law and odor fade.

Brash helps Homeowners Affordably transition to a Renewable Energy Future

May 20, 2021  
BRASH is an affordable home energy system that makes both heat and electricity. It’s done in much the same way large industrial and commercial businesses have successfully used combined heat and power (CHP) systems for decades. With BRASH, homeowners who heat with gas or propane won’t be dependent on the power company for their electricity any longer. They, and thousands of home energy system installers, are going to learn how a furnace that once accounted for just heat, can also generate all the electric power a home needs. Reliable and cleaner baseload power. Even during a power failure. There’s no question that CHP works for the C&I sector. But there are no residential CHP units of any quantity in North America. Early home CHP products were either too big, too noisy or too complex, requiring assembly on site. BRASH is none of those things. But it’s price that has in the past and will continue to determine the widespread use of residential CHP. We understand. Payback on a BRASH system is 3-4 years. By any measure, getting both heat and electric power from a BRASH CHP will be an economic boon for North America’s 60+ million natural gas/propane users. And back-stop increasingly unreliable grid power. BRASH CHP will also complement home solar installations by providing additional heat and power on those cold February nights. BRASH also becomes the first step to lower energy costs, and lower emissions, for the many homes that are not candidates for solar, due to rooftop shading, orientation or other factors. It just makes sense. Using clean, plentiful fuels like natural gas and propane more efficiently on site with CHP is the right energy mix for today’s homeowners. It begins the transition for millions of homeowners to a renewable energy future.

NARFA Presents Stress-free days at last

May 20, 2021  

Propane Heat Pump Air Conditioning by Blue Mountain Energy

May 13, 2021  
Feature and Benefit of Propane HVAC Tommis Young, Blue Mountain Energy, Director Mr. Young has over 40 years of experience in leading research & development, distribution and contracting companies in the heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC/R) industry. He has designed, engineered, co-developed applications that significantly improve the energy efficiency and reduce emissions for residential, commercial and industrial refrigeration, space conditioning, appliances, water heating, and whole building energy systems.

Capital CFO Ignites the Conversation with Tom Clark

May 13, 2021  
Sabrina Houser started Capital CFO in 2016. Having worked in the nonprofit arena for twenty years, Sabrina saw first-hand the need for accuracy, efficiency, and transparency regarding a company’s finances. She has the unique perspective of working as a CEO and CFO of a nonprofit and experience managing multiple funding sources and contracts. As the CEO, she oversaw all fiscal and fiduciary responsibilities for the organization. She provided direct leadership and oversight for the agency’s finance and accounting functions, including compliance with relevant government regulations. Sabrina believes that your financial health leads investors, customers, and clients to feel confident in a company’s stability and potential for growth. You can contact Sabrina at sabrina@capitalcfollc.com.

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