Making Net Zero Net Positive:
Solving the Efficiency & Cost Paradox
April 21, 2016 │ 1:00-4:00 PM EDT
IAQA members have the opportunity to participate in the upcoming FREE interactive ASHRAE Webcast to hear industry experts who will define the importance of, and why we should strive for, net zero in the built environment.
Viewers will be able to identify behaviors that create more effective ownership, design and construction teams, and will recognize the value of a collaborative process in building design and the impact on costs. With a strong emphasis on real-world applications, the program will also discuss the primary technical and financial challenges in achieving net zero buildings, and where this design approach can best be applied.
This webcast program is brought to you by the ASHRAE Chapter Technology Transfer Committee.
How to Participate:
Host a webcast site for your colleagues.
Register to view with others at a site near you.
Register to view the live webcast on your PC.
Register to view the On Demand webcast.
Register online at www.ashrae.org/webcast. There is no fee for registration.
On Demand Availability
Not able to view the webcast on April 21? It will be available online on-demand until May 6.
Earn Continuing Education Credits
Three (3) Professional Development Hours (PDHs) may be awarded to participants who complete the Participant Reaction Form online by May 6, 2016.
2015-16 ASHRAE President T. David Underwood, P.Eng., Fellow ASHRAE, Life Member, CPMP
ASHRAE President │ Oakville, Ontario, Canada
Marc Brune, P.E.
Senior Associate and Mechanical Engineer │ PAE │ Portland, OR
Philip Macey, AIA
National Director of Collaborative Delivery | JE Dunn Construction | Denver, CO
Paul Torcellini, Ph.D., P.E.
Principal Engineer for Commercial Building Research│ National Renewable Energy Laboratory │Golden, CO
Additional Information and Questions
For more information about the presenters, continuing education credits, and ASHRAE net zero resources, please visit www.ashrae.org/webcast. If you have questions, call (678)539-1200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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