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April 2020 Meeting - 4/29 Webinar: Why Buildings Matter (1 PDH)

  • April 29, 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Webinar


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CNY ASHRAE will be switching to a webinar format for the April meeting.  While we are disappointed we won't be able to get together in person, the safety and welfare of our members is our highest priority.  We are fortunate that Chris Mathis, our originally scheduled Distinguised Lecturer, is offering to do a modified version of his presentation in an electronic format.  Please register through the CNY ASHRAE event link at the bottom of this email.  A separate link for the webinar, hosted by GoToWebinar, will be sent to meeting registrants the week of the presentation. If you have any questions, please reach out to Chris Devins (Chris.Devins@Trane.com). We hope you can join us!

April 29th, 2020

Time: 11:30 AM

Location: Webinar 

Program: Why Buildings Matter and the Role of ASHRAE 90.1

Presenter: Distinguished Lecturer Chris Mathis, President, Mathis Consulting Company

Description: As our flagship standard for the minimum energy efficiency for buildings (except low-rise residential), ASHRAE 90.1 represents the Standard of Care for all certifying professionals serving the building industry. The latest version of that standard, 2016, contains dramatic changes that all certifying professionals should know. Attendees will gain a renewed perspective on the importance of buildings. Attendees will learn about the critical connections between building energy use and other social and environmental imperatives – such as available fuel supply, power trends, water use and availability, population growth, etc. Attendees will learn about critical energy, and environmental trends that will challenge the status quo building decision-making and help to prioritize delivered building performance. Attendees will learn about some of the most recent changes to 90.1, especially in those critical areas often overlooked by HVAC professionals – the building envelope provisions – as well as other changes. Attendees will be challenged to update their knowledge and understanding of the Standard and its role in delivering better buildings. The presenter has served over 15 years on the SSPC 90.1 development committee and remains an active participant in its development.

PDH Credit: 1 Credit

Cost: Free

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