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Training Room: Energy Infographics for You to Use and Share

By John Ferrare, Enerdynamics CEO

In today's visually driven digital age, infographics are becoming a popular medium for quickly and concisely conveying data-rich content. The Enerdynamics team recently has experimented with its own infographics (see, for example, our Q3 2013 issue of Energy Insider).


The positive response from the few infographics we've produced has sparked us to create and incorporate more infographics in our instructor-led presentations. Our latest infographic shows U.S. energy consumption by source and sector:



We invite you to use this free infographic in your own educational or training materials, presentations, or newsletters and simply ask you include Enerdynamics' logo as it appears in the original file. Download the infographic now.

Beginning with this edition of the Energy Insider, you will notice a change in the purpose and content of this Training Room section. In 2015, we will devote this section to sharing infographics and/or other tools we've produced. Feel free to use them in your own training, newsletters, etc. We hope this will be a valuable addition to the services Enerdynamics offers.


We appreciate your readership, and invite you to contact us anytime at jferrare@enerdynamics.com or 866-765-5432 ext. 700 if you have a question or want to discuss your energy-related training needs.



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