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EnergyPro Seminars at SoCalGas

Posted on September 23, 2013 by

This autumn, Southern California architects can take advantage of free EnergyPro seminars at SoCalGas’ Energy Resource Center in Downey.

EnergyProRight now, architects can register for four free seminars over the course of two days, devoted just to EnergyPro 5.0. EnergyPro is currently certified by the State of California for use with the Title 24 Standards. The four courses that are being offered cover Envelope and WindowsIndoor and Outdoor LightingMechanical, and a hands-on lab. Stay for one more day, and an additional seminar explores the new 2013 Title 24 Standards.

Envelope and Windows

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Learn how to model and document Title 24 compliance for building envelopes. Participants in this workshop will be provided the opportunity to practice using the latest version of EnergyPro 5.0, explore advanced envelope design options, learn about new fenestration requirements, and how to select windows for maximum energy efficiency and comfort.

Indoor & Outdoor Lighting

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Learn how to model and document Title 24 compliance for commercial lighting designs. Participants in this workshop will be provided the opportunity to practice using the latest version of EnergyPro 5.0, explore lighting analysis basics, the proper application of advanced fixture technologies to energy-efficient designs, and how cost-effective lighting designs can maximize potential energy-efficiency incentives.

Mechanical

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Learn how to model mechanical system designs in commercial buildings, and discover how to integrate mechanical, lighting, and envelope designs for peak energy-efficiency performance.

Advanced EnergyPro Training

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Expand your basic knowledge of EnergyPro, and learn how to produce energy-efficient designs that meet or exceed the minimum Title 24 energy standards. Get hands-on experience in modeling and upgrading envelope, lighting, and mechanical designs to maximize potential energy-efficiency incentives. Practice estimating utility energy costs, simple paybacks, and life cycle costs.

All courses are eligible for AIA credit, and are being held at SoCalGas’ Energy Resource Center in Downey. Bringing your own laptop is suggested for full participation. Breakfast and lunch is provided, and all of the seminars are free of charge.

For more information and registration, visit SoCalGas’ registration calendar.

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