Hawaii Energy’s Serve Up Savings Program for Restaurants

Food service establishments are making the shift, by swapping out outdated kitchen equipment for energy efficient ones, which results in higher quality food. Energy efficiency really is a win-win situation!
In this course, we’re giving you tips on how to identify energy-guzzling equipment, along with a guide for how you can break habits that are costing you extra money in your kitchen and impacting the quality of your food. Also, we’ll take you on a tour through the Kapi’olani Community College kitchen, along with an instructional session on how to translate your kitchen costs into energy and financial savings.
There’s no time like today to serve up savings in your kitchen!
Date: Monday, February 5, 2018

Two class times available: 
8 am – 12 pm 
AND 
1 pm – 5 pm

Location: Kapi’olani Community College
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