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ASHRAE Webcast to Focus on Building Energy Performance

ASHRAE Webcast to Focus on
Building Energy Performance


ASHRAE's upcoming webcast, titled Assessing Building Energy Performance: From Principles to Practice, will broadcast live on April 18, 2013, from 1:00 – 4:00 pm EDT. This FREE webcast is brought to you by the Chapter Technology Transfer Committee.

"This webcast will focus on the importance of building energy performance and its far reaching implications in both new and existing buildings," said Andy Cochrane, Chair of the CTTC Webcast Ad Hoc Committee. "This program will help participants to recognize the opportunities that Assessing Building Energy Performance (ABEP) presents. From recognizing the different approaches, team skills, and knowledge needed to properly assess building energy performance, to the application of ASHRAE building audit levels, this webcast will provide viewers with an understanding of ABEP principles and practical application knowledge."

The webcast presenters are:

Christopher Mathis, President, MC Squared, Asheville, NC

Drury Crawley, Ph.D, Director of Building Performance, Bentley Systems, Washington, DC

Jim Kelsey, LEED AP, PE, BEAP, Principal, kW Engineering, Oakland, CA

Online registration for the webcast will begin on March 18, 2013. For more information on the webcast program, sponsorship opportunities, continuing education credits, and ASHRAE resources related to assessing building energy performance, visit www.ashrae.org/ABEPwebcast. If you have questions about the webcast, call 678-539-1200 or email ashrae-webcast@ashrae.org.