Economics of Energy Efficiency for Existing Buildings
Exam for Continuing Education Units
March 17, 2011
Continuing Education Units: 1.5 AIA-certified Learning Units (LUs)
The drive for high-performance buildings is based on economics, not green ideology. Owners want documentation that investments will have a high return on investment or fast payback or both, and they want assurance energy fixes and upgrades will perform as expected and for the long-term.
Here's the lineup:
- Sure-fire energy savings from common, low-cost HVAC and BAS fixes, upgrades, and specification procedures, presented by Mark Hydeman
- How to make energy savings last: Using benchmarking, measurement & verification, and operator training, investments can achieve anticipated savings for the life of the system, presented by H. Jay Enck
- Energy Economics: How to reduce first costs and increase return-on-investment using EPACT tax credits and utility rebates, presented by Cynthia Lucas
About the Presenters:
- Mark Hydeman, PE, Principal, Taylor Engineering, ASHRAE Fellow, ASHRAE Distinguished Service Honoree
- H. Jay Enck, Founder and Principal of Commissioning and Green Building Solutions, Inc. (CxGBS), and contributing author to the ASHRAE's Advanced Energy Design Guides
- Cindy Lucas; Sales Director with Engineered Tax services Inc., a firm that specializes in helping building owners and engineers capitalize on energy-efficiency investments.
- Michael Ivanovich; President of The Ivanovich Group LLC, Webcast Moderator
You must get 12 of 15 questions correct to pass the exam. You may retake the exam if necessary. You will be notified whether you passed or failed automatically after taking the exam. Upon passing the exam, a hardcopy certificate will be mailed within 30 days to you at the address you provide below.