Webinar - Conceptual Energy Modeling: Clarifying Early Design Opportunities

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Energy Modelers,

If you have any interest in energy modeling early in the building design process, you might be interested in this Webinar from the Energy Center of Wisconsin. See below for details.

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Are you using conceptual energy modeling results to inform critical energy-focused decisions early in the design process? Join us online at no cost on September 17, 2013 from 1-2 p.m. to better understand how to perform conceptual energy modeling. We'll explore the benefits of conceptual energy modeling and help you identify when it should take place in the design process. A live demonstration will occur and common applications will be reviewed. More...

ENERGY CENTER OF WISCONSIN PRESENTERS

Adam McMillen, PE, LEED AP BD+C, Director of Energy Consulting; Ben Heymer, PE, Energy Engineer

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Architects, mechanical and electrical engineers, building owners, lighting designers, general contractors, energy efficiency specialists, commissioning authorities, and anyone involved in the building design process.

QUESTIONS

Contact us at 608.210.7114 or registration at ecw.org

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Keith Swartz, PE, BEMP, LEED AP

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This is a big opportunity to everyone! All the engineers and architects will have to attend this. - Ellerslie Mission Society

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