How to future-proof HVAC systems to meet efficiency and carbon emission goals
Building designers and owners must understand greenhouse gas emission challenges, and learn to specify HVAC systems that meet updated energy-efficiency goals
Attendees qualify for a Certificate of Completion.
Driven by the global need to reduce CO2 emissions, new legislation around the world now requires HVAC systems to be highly energy efficient, as well as use non-ozone depletion potential and lower global warming potential refrigerants. In addition to these new standards, next-generation systems must provide flexibility and high levels of comfort and reliability while minimizing total cost of ownership.
Codes and standards to be aware of include:
- Building decarbonization laws (e.g., NYC local law 97)
- Renewable Portfolio Standards
- Utility, energy efficiency and electrification programs
- Understand global and U.S. greenhouse gas initiatives and goals, and their impact on the HVAC industry.
- Understand the impact of HVAC systems on renewables, energy storage, backup systems and demand response.
- Learn about variable-speed technology, for both oil and oil-free systems, and how it contributes to the adoption of renewable energy sources and greenhouse gas reduction.
Drew Turner, Global Marketing Manager, Danfoss Oil-Free Solutions
John Sheff, Director of Public & Industry Affairs, Danfoss
Ken Koehler, Senior Business Development Manager, Danfoss
Amara Rozgus, Content Manager, CFE Media & Technology