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Seminar

Sustainable Energy Sustainable Homes Series: Part 2 - Building Envelope

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Starts On - April 26, 2017 - 6:00pm
Ends On - April 26, 2017 - 7:30pm
306 S 6th St
Boise , ID 83702

Sustainable Energy Sustainable Homes (SESH) is a four-part, interactive seminar series for homeowners, home builders, real estate agents and building trades persons that covers energy-saving, green building home improvement options, economics and technologies. Each seminar will take place at the University of Idaho Integrated Design Lab in Boise (please enter through Front Street doors).

  • InstructorBrad Acker is a mechanical engineer with more than 10 years of experience in energy efficiency in conducting research, performing building audits and delivering education to college level students and adult learners. His research has focused on building energy efficiency measure evaluation, the total building commissioning process, holistic building audits, building operations and energy management control systems.

Series dates

  • Part one: Monday, April 24 — Defining home performance in terms of energy savings and non-energy benefits & questions to consider when selecting a contractor
  • Part two: Wednesday, April 26 — Building envelope: air barrier and insulation, windows and roof
  • Part three: Monday, May 1 — Mechanical systems : Heating, cooling and fresh air delivery, water heating and efficiency, and electrical loads
  • Part four: Wednesday, May 3 — Utility incentives, alternative energy projects & building rating systems

SESH is the perfect live education compliment to the GreenHomeGuide, your go-to online resource for greening your home brought to you by USGBC.