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August Luncheon: Electrochromic Glazing

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Starts On - August 25, 2017 - 11:30am
Ends On - August 25, 2017 - 1:00pm
2 Victory Avenue #Suite 300
Nashville , TN 37213

Join USGBC Tennessee for our August Luncheon about electrochromic glazing in Nashville.

Presented by Cory Duggin, PE, LEED AP BD+C, BEMP, Energy Project Engineer at TLC Engineering for Architecture, Inc.
Sponsored by SageGlass

Come learn why high window-to-wall ratio buildings are in demand and how energy codes drive buildings to perform better! Learn how electrochromic glazing can help decrease energy use.

High window-to-wall ratio buildings are currently in demand, but energy codes are driving toward higher performance buildings. Any window to wall ratio greater than 40 percent creates an energy performance detriment the rest of the building's systems must make up for in order to meet code. Electrochromic glazing is one possible system to decrease the increased energy use associated with high window to wall ratios. The presentation will explain the benefits and applications of electrochromic glazing from both a visual comfort and energy efficiency stand point.

Continuing education hours — Self-reporting or certificates of attendance will be available at luncheon.

Cost — $20 USGBC members, $30 nonmembers, $15 students and emerging professionals. Learn how you can join USGBC Tennessee today.

To encourage pre-registration through Eventbrite, an additional $5 fee will be added for anyone who needs to pay at the door.

RSVP by Monday, Aug. 21.

Thank you to our sponsor, SageGlass.