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About This Course:
Understand how intelligent electrification reduces carbon emissions to slow climate change
Learning Objective 1
Attendees will learn the key factors of considerations for designing below-grade construction, exterior walls, both structural (providing support for the building) and nonstructural (supported by the building structure); fenestration, both windows and metal/glass curtain walls; and roofs, both low- and steep-slope; and atria.
Learning Objective 2
Learn how an electric heat pump domestic hot water heater works, how it compares to other electric hot water heaters and its best-practices installation requirements.
Learning Objective 3
Attendees will learn the potential benefits of incorporating the concept of climate-resilience into building designs from the examples offered in the learning program. Selected projects will be discussed to reinforce the attendees’ understanding of the concept.
Learning Objective 4
Learn about the ground source and air source heat pump comfort systems work. Review applicability, cost-justification, and pre-requisites through examples and case study
|Intelligent Residential Heat Pump Applications
|Jean-Pierre Clejan, IGSHPA, NABCEP
|1.0 AIA LU-HSW / 1.0 PDH