NBI | Deep Energy Retrofits - Part 2 (MZU-EiQ-102)

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Description

[CEU: 1.0 AIA LU/HSW]

(added 3.7.18)
Course Description:
A Deep Energy Retrofit is a retrofit project that achieves at least 30% energy savings in a building. Success with this kind of project requires more than “widget-based” retrofits with a focus on one-item upgrades to buildings. This second course is part of a three-part series that will focus on Technologies and Strategies in Deep EnergyRetrofits. The course will address the common elements of nearly all deep energy retrofits, how to choose an approach to match the strengths and weaknesses of the building and common deep energy retrofit technologies and strategies

Learning Objectives:
1. Understand the relationship between deep energy retrofits and code requirements.
2. Understand opportunities to use deep energy retrofits to make non-energy improvements to buildings.
3. Be able to align deep retrofit strategies with building strengths & weaknesses.
4. Be able to identify pitfalls to pursuing deep energy retrofit technologies and strategies.

# of CEU Hours: 1.0

Content
  • AIA Course
  • NBI | Deep Energy Retrofits - Part 2 (PPT)
  • NBI | Deep Energy Retrofits - Part 2 (Quiz)
  • AIA CES Survey
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: 3 years