eQUEST Training & LEED May 3-5

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Please register in advance as these trainings are expected to sell-out.

Introductory and Intermediate eQUEST...the QUick Energy Simulation Tool
Presented by Keith Swartz, P.E., LEED AP and Marlin Addison
Tuesday, May 3- 4, 2011 in Madison, WI

Explore the effects of design decisions on building energy consumption, energy demand, and energy cost. The eQUEST energy modeling tool provides various levels of user sophistication and functionality, making it useful for "big picture" early design decisions as well as the detailed fine-tuning of advanced building systems. For more information or to register online, click here.

LEED Energy Modeling with eQUEST*
Presented by Amanda Bogner, P.E., LEED AP
Thursday, May 5, 2011 in Madison, WI

This course presents an in-depth overview of ASHRAE 90.1-2007 Appendix G and demonstrates how to develop baseline and proposed case models using the eQUEST energy analysis software. Common LEED documentation pitfalls will be discussed, along with tips on how to submit a successful energy model for LEED review. For more information or to register online, click here.

Attendance at Introductory and Intermediate eQUEST or intermediate knowledge of eQUEST from prior experience.

The registration fee for attending LEED energy modeling with eQUEST is $289, which includes continental breakfast, refreshments, lunch, and program materials. Attend the three day series of eQUEST trainings for the discounted rate of $799!

Rave reviews

* "I learned that eQUEST is the perfect tool for us to use to help make design decisions early in the process to create a more energy efficient building by implementing changes that are the best value to the client."

* "The discussion was extremely enlightening because actual eQUEST modeling problems were discussed and applied."

* "I thought the training was great, and the instructors are very knowledgeable."

* "One of the best educators I have experienced."

* "Absolutely excellent instructor!"

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Keith Swartz, P.E., LEED AP

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BTW to support eQuest users we just added .BIN files to our system so .BIN, .EPW, and .TM2 formats all come out automatically for any request for a 30 yr TMY file or any single year - Actual Meteorological Year (AMY) file.

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