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Webinar Whole House Mechanical Ventilation Design and Installation as Though Health Matters

Friday, October 15 | 1:00 PM Central
Chuck Withers

This presentation will cover problems and solutions for residential whole-house mechanical ventilation systems (WHMV). Research has shown that homes intended to have WHMV are often under-ventilated. There will be a focus on design, measurement and verification.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn why most homes with mechanical ventilation systems are likely under-ventilated.
  2. Recognize several poor design features that interfere with adequate mechanical ventilation delivery and verification.
  3. Discover three potential locations where measurement and verification of mechanical ventilation airflow rates can be taken.
  4. Recognize the limitations of measuring mechanical ventilation air flow rates.

Whole House Mechanical Ventilation Design and Installation as Though Health Matters

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Webinar Owning and Living in a High-Performance Home

Tuesday, October 19 | 2:00 PM Central
Greg Davenport and Andy Barrett

When it comes to understanding the components and benefits of high-performance homes, learning through experience is one of the best approaches. In this “Better Homes, Better Future” podcast, hear from Greg Davenport, a performance construction manager at Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US, and Andy Barrett, a high-performance builder representing Toolbox NW, who also happens to use one of his builds as a second home. The pair will join host Aaron Smith to talk about what it’s actually like to own and live in one of these homes.

Learning objectives (4):
1. Describe high-performance homes and their appeal.
2. Understand what a high-performance home’s typical utility costs look like.
3. Discuss why all-electric HVAC systems are the ideal solution for getting the most benefit from your high-performance home.
4. Learn how high-performance building improves comfort within the home.

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Owning and Living in a High-Performance Home

Previous Webinars


Webinar Whole House Mechanical Ventilation Design and Installation as Though Health Matters

Friday, October 15 | 1:00 PM Central
Chuck Withers

This presentation will cover problems and solutions for residential whole-house mechanical ventilation systems (WHMV). Research has shown that homes intended to have WHMV are often under-ventilated. There will be a focus on design, measurement and verification.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn why most homes with mechanical ventilation systems are likely under-ventilated.
  2. Recognize several poor design features that interfere with adequate mechanical ventilation delivery and verification.
  3. Discover three potential locations where measurement and verification of mechanical ventilation airflow rates can be taken.
  4. Recognize the limitations of measuring mechanical ventilation air flow rates.

Whole House Mechanical Ventilation Design and Installation as Though Health Matters

Who holds the keys to a Healthier Home? What doors appear locked? Who are the Key Makers?

Webinar Who holds the keys to a Healthier Home? What doors appear locked? Who are the Key Makers?

Thursday, October 14 | 2:00 PM Central
Joe Medosch

That new home smell is no longer a novel experience for home buyers. Many understand that smell is from material off-gassing and they are breathing VOCs from the building materials. EPA Indoor airPLUS and LEED are leading the market and many material manufacturers are getting on board with Health Product Disclosures (HPD) disclosures.

This session will walk through the requirements of Indoor airPLUS 2.0 and the California Department of Public Health Standards. CDPH Standard Method V1.2-2017 will become the new material compliance guideline. This session will also explain the difference between the HPDs, and that some are more forthcoming than others including the scale of the various residual chemicals from 100ppm (0.01%) to 1,000ppm (0.1%). This session will remind the audience of the limitations of SDS (safety data sheet) which are intended as exposures to the installer, not the occupant.


Learning Objectives

  1. Understand how to use these disclosures and better material selections to market homes Healthier Homes
  2. Know how to find Indoor airPLUS Compliant Low-Emission Products
  3. Explain the difference in an HPD, Declare label, and the SDS.
  4. Identify 3 Red List materials

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Webinar Renewing the Pipeline: The role of gas utilities in driving toward a lower carbon energy future

Thursday, October 7 | 2:00 PM Central
Mary Moerlins

Natural gas utilities are service companies that evolve to meet the changing needs of their customers. With the challenges of climate change- the chief existential threat to how we live and work- we need to pursue all smart energy solutions. Leveraging the infrastructure in place today to achieve tomorrow’s goal of low carbon energy is central to how the industry is seeing it’s future. From the vantage point of a mid-sized Northwest based utility, NW Natural, we will define and talk about the integration of renewable natural gas (RNG) and green hydrogen into our pipeline along with technological innovation and a continued commitment to energy efficiency to reduce the carbon associated with the product delivered.

Learning Objectives

  1. The role of the utility in decarbonization
  2. The importance of a diversified energy system today and in the future
  3. Introduce or increase familiarity with renewable natural gas and its sources
  4. Introduce or increase familiarity with green hydrogen and its sources

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Renewing the Pipeline: The role of gas utilities in driving toward a lower carbon energy future

Carbon Neutral Operations and Maintenance, the Changing Federal Reporting Requirements

Webinar Carbon Neutral Operations and Maintenance, the Changing Federal Reporting Requirements

Tuesday, October 5 | 2:00 PM Central
Peter Skornia and George Sullivan

Join us for a Case Study of a Multifamily Energy Star Building and learn about the Carbon Neutral Operations and Maintenance Certification Process before the New Federal Requirements were enacted.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Overview of New Federal Regulations for Real Estate
  2. Understand the case study on “How a Building Follows the New Federal Requirements”
  3. Learn how to Measure the Carbon Footprint
  4. Understand how to report your carbon footprint

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