Our friends at Better Bricks recently shared this incredible story and video where new HVAC technology and approaches improved the comfort and air quality of this k-12 school in Monument, Oregon. Read on here at Better Bricks or check out the case study for more details!
Join the Smart Buildings Center and Aeroseal for a free 1-hour webinar on Exhaust Ventilation System Energy Conservation Measures for Savings on February 14th at 11 am PT/2 pm ET!
Webinar description: Exhaust ventilation systems in commercial & large multifamily buildings are a vital building system with significant energy, sustainability and occupant health & safety implications. Recent code requirements place increased emphasis on getting them right in both new construction and retrofit projects. This session explores how these systems work, as well as some scenarios where they don’t work. It explores where to find these projects and how to integrate them into an overall “airside” energy and building performance project.
After completing the webinar, participants will be able to:
- Explain how exhaust ventilation systems really work in the field and the factors that contribute to their role in a successful project.
- Identify good candidates for retrofit and the “pain points” that motivate action for building owners and operators.
- Explore the components in an overall solution that will achieve desired energy and building performance results.
Speaker: Thomas Holmes, Aeroseal
NEEA/ BetterBricks have created some cards to provide key learning points and discussion topics on energy efficiency to engage your team in discussions and provide you with the information needed to pursue energy efficiency in commercial buildings. Using these cards should create engaging and thought-provoking discussions and insights around sustainability, energy, and environment. There are two sets below, one for Commercial and one for Industrial buildings.
Share what you learn with us in the comments or bring your insights to the next conference, tradeshow or water cooler!
BuildingEnergy Boston is a conference designed by and for practitioners in the fields of high-performance building and design, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. Conference sessions and sponsored presentations offer best practices and lessons learned, case studies and proven data, technical how-to’s, emerging technologies, and innovative policies and programs. If you are a professional in the built environment in any stage of your training and career, plan to immerse yourself in two days of networking and intensive learning on March 19th and 20th. BuildingEnergy Boston 2024 anticipates offering credits for AIA, BPI, GBCI, PHIUS, and RESNET. Learn more and register at: nesea.org/bebos24
BuildingEnergy Boston is also eligible for BOC Credits! Don’t miss out on this conference, register today!
Did you miss the NSF BEST Center 2024 National Institute? Don’t worry! You still have the opportunity to catch up on all the valuable insights, discussions, and presentations by accessing the recorded sessions online.
Simply visit [https://tinyurl.com/2024NationalInstitute] to register and gain exclusive access.
Registration Deadline: February 28th, 2024
By registering now, you’ll be able to watch the recordings at your convenience. This is your chance to experience the wealth of knowledge shared during the National Institute at a time that suits you!
Have Questions? If you have any questions or need assistance with the registration process, feel free to reach out to BEST at [email protected].
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to stay informed and inspired. Register today and dive into the enriching content of the 2024 National Institute!
Snohomish PUD is recruiting for a new Clean Buildings Accelerator cohort launching on March 26th. Join an online info session on February 13th(register) or March 6th(register) to learn more about how this free program helps commercial businesses save energy, money, and comply with the WA Clean Buildings requirements. Click here for more information or email [email protected].