Implementing Deep Retrofits: A Whole Building Approach

Live Training

Jul 12, 2012
1:30 Eastern Time
90 Minutes
FEMP First Thursday Seminar

Implementing Deep Retrofits: A Whole Building Approach fosters competency in developing retrofit solutions that demonstrate integrated, holistic, and synergistic approaches to energy-efficient retrofits. The goal is to yield higher performance results than are achieved with standard, individual, and routine energy conservation measures. Develop skills in scoping opportunities and drafting a statement of work; building system synergies and areas of technology integration; and selecting a contractor. Success stories will also be reviewed.

First Thursday Seminars are FEMP training opportunities targeting Federal energy, environmental, and fleet professionals offered at no cost by leading experts. The training sessions are delivered live via satellite or through streaming media at your desktop.

FEMP offers interactive, online First Thursday training courses to help Federal agencies develop core competencies and comply with energy-efficiency and renewable-energy water-management and sustainability requirements. FEMP is partnering with the National Institute of Building Sciences' Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG) to host these comprehensive, FEMP-developed First Thursday training courses.

In partnership with Whole Buildings Design Guide, a program of the National Institute of Building Sciences. IACET logo

Instructor(s):

  • Elaine Gallagher Adams, Rocky Mountain Institute. Read bio.
  • Jesse Dean, Engineer, National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Read bio.
  • Ab Ream, Retired, Federal Energy Management Program. Read bio.

Cost: Free

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Help

For course questions, contact Joe Konrade at joseph.konrade@ee.doe.gov or 202-586-8039.
For technical questions, contact Betty Rule at ruleb@tds.net.

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