Excellent energy modelers understand their power—we want to encourage this excellence in energy modelers worldwide.
Harness the reach of the web to bring on-demand content to building professionals worldwide. Join our team and you’ll make money, help the industry grow, gain recognition and save world energy. What’s not to like?
Build your reputation.
All instructors get a personalized bio and testimonials of students who can’t get enough of your wisdom. The world will recoginize your expertise. Or remain anonymous. Whatever you want!
Join an awesome team
When you partner with us, you’re part of the family. It’s like the godfather. We have a portal dedicated to your success, where you’ll have access to training resources, your student rosters and an easy way for submitting your videos.
See what your audience likes, what they watch, what they don't watch. We'll give you the tools to develop Energy Modeling and Building Simulation courses people want to watch and buy.
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Take advantage of our reputation with thousands of new modelers visiting each month and actively engaged with out site. Over 75% of our clientele take multiple courses.
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We consistently rank high in search and its no secret why: Content is King. With boundless demand for releveant simulation and energy modeling training you’ll help keep modelers up to speed and make some money too.
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Creating and managing a website is a headache. Spare yourself that effort and use the platform we’ve built. No upfront costs and no hidden fees ever. And when people buy your course, you get paid. From hosting to registration to payment process, we’ll handle the rest.
Energy-Models.com is a site for energy modelers, building simulators, architects, and engineers who want learn the basics, to advanced concepts of energy modeling. We've got online training courses and tutorials for eQUEST, Trane TRACE 700, OpenStudio, and LEED for energy modeling. All our energy modeling courses are video based. What better way to learn energy modeling software than screen-casts of exactly how things are done?