Webcast: “Making Energy Efficiency a Reality”
Registration Now Open for April 19 Broadcast.
-- Registration is required to view the free webcast --
Registration for the free ASHRAE Webcast, “Making Energy
Efficiency a Reality,” is now open at
www.ashrae.org/webcast. There is no fee for
registration. However, registration is required to view
the free webcast.
The webcast will broadcast live on April 19, 2018, from
1-4 p.m. EDT, and is available to registrants on demand
from April 20 – May 4, 2018. This webcast is offered by
ASHRAE’s Chapter Technology Transfer Committee (CTTC).
“The presenters will discuss strategies and policies
that dive into deep efficiency goals,” says Steve
Piccolo, chair of the Webcast Ad Hoc committee. “The
webcast focuses on recognizing the value of a holistic
approach to assessing a building and its systems, as
well as addressing the myths and realities of energy
efficiency as discovered through real life experiences.”
Opening remarks will be provided by ASHRAE President
Bjarne W. Olesen, Ph.D., Fellow ASHRAE.
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Webcast presenters are:
• Tom Durkin, P.E., LEED AP, Fellow ASHRAE, Senior
Partner, Sims-Durkin Associates, Indianapolis, Ind.
• Mark Frankel, ASHRAE, AIA, LEED Fellow, Technical
Director, New Buildings Institute, Portland, Ore.
• R. Christopher Mathis, ASHRAE, President, MC2 – Mathis
Consulting Company, Asheville, N.C.
“Viewers will learn how a practical design approach can
help achieve optimum energy performance in commercial
and high-rise residential buildings across the globe,”
Participants of the webcast may receive three
Professional Development Hours (PDHs), three Continuing
Education Hours (CEs) awarded by Green Business
Certification Inc. (GBCI), or three Learning Units (LU/HSWs)
awarded by American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Visit www.ashrae.org/webcast for more information on the
webcast and continuing education credits.
ASHRAE, founded in 1894, is a global society advancing
human well-being through sustainable technology for the
built environment. The Society and its more than 56,000
members worldwide focus on building systems, energy
efficiency, indoor air quality, refrigeration and
sustainability. Through research, standards writing,
publishing, certification and continuing education,
ASHRAE shapes tomorrow’s built environment today.