Design and install an energy monitoring system. Collect and analyze the data. Create reports and troubleshoot based on real numbers. These are the foundational skills required to apply all building science to in the real world. This new Building Energy Masters Series course is taught by Andy Shapiro, one of the true NESEA greats. You’ll learn a practical and transformative skill while earning CEUs and meeting interesting classmates. See more details here.
Marc Rosenbaum is one of the most popular and best-reviewed speakers at the Building Energy Conference every year. Why? Because he is an engaging speaker, extremely honest, meticulously detailed, and curious by nature. This course is an opportunity to study under Marc – to ask him questions and become his pupil for a full ten-week semester. You’ll will walk away with a comprehensive understanding of all of the key components of a zero net energy home – envelope, systems, and renewables – and how they fit together, with key pitfalls to avoid, and numerical guidelines on sizing peak heat loss, glazing amounts, and solar electric systems that will empower you to confidently design a zero net energy home. Successful students will actually do a full design of a Zero Net Energy Home, and earn NESEA’s ‘Zero Net Energy Homes Professional Certificate’. Learn more here.
Community Resilience Microgrids: Reshaping the Utility-Customer Relationship
Community resilience microgrids offer unique advantages in integrating renewable resources and surviving natural disasters and other outage events. The market for these community resilience grids enjoy strong political support in the United States, but they also face critical questions: What unique regulatory hurdles do these systems face? Will utilities dominate this market or can private developers offer a better route to market? Can we develop new utility business models that help create a more resilient power grid? Join this webinar to find out. Learn more here.