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First Friday LEED Webinar: Energy Modeling in LEED v4

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Starts On - August 3, 2018 - 11:15am
Ends On - August 3, 2018 - 12:50pm

Join us for our monthly First Friday LEED Webinar education series! We will be focusing on mostly LEED v4 content throughout the year - typically with LEED specific CEU credits, and often AIA LU credits as well.

Our August online LEED webinar will be on Friday, August 3, 2018 at 11:15 am CST / 12:15 pm EST.

Energy Modeling in LEED v4
Available for 1.5 hour LEED specific CE for BD+C, and the LEED Green Associate

Wondering how the energy modeling process has changed with LEED v4? This 90-minute course walks participants through the key changes to whole-building energy simulation requirements from LEED 2009 to LEED v4. You will learn about best practices for energy team coordination, the critical steps in the energy modeling process and take a look at the costs and benefits of energy modeling in LEED v4.

This 90-minute webinar will help participants identify the key changes to the whole-building energy simulation requirements from LEED 2009 to LEEDv4; identify key energy modeling team members, their responsibilities and best practices for integrative process; analyze the key steps in the whole building energy simulation process for new buildings in LEED v4; and understand the typical costs and benefits of energy optimization on a LEED v4 project. We focus on a systematic, integrative approach to energy modeling in LEED v4.

Through the lens of Energy & Atmosphere Prerequisite Minimum Energy Performance in LEED for Building Design + Construction, we cover Data Centers, LEED for Core and Shell, International projects, the Exceptional Calculation Method, and getting the best out of your energy model. This program is ideal for anyone seeking focused information on how the energy modeling process has changed from LEED 2009 to LEED v4 and wants some tips on best practices for LEED projects around the world.

Learning objectives:

  1. Identify the key changes to whole-building energy simulation requirements from LEED 2009 to LEED v4
  2. Identify key energy modeling team members, their responsibilities and best practices for integrative process
  3. Analyze the key steps in the whole building energy simulation process for new buildings in LEED v4
  4. Understand the typical costs and benefits of energy optimization on a LEED v4 project

Questions? Please contact Kirsten Swanson.