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Part 2: Rooftop unit energy conservation strategies

September 2  •  Online course
Available credits: BOC, BOMI, WI PE, WI-DSPS, Commercial Building Inspector Certification
Now that you know the basics, you will learn how to cost-effectively reduce energy consumption for existing rooftop units (RTU). You will also be able to identify several energy efficiency technologies associated with RTUs to reduce maintenance costs and save energy. Learn how to determine if your programmable and smart thermostats are operating correctly. We will also share how you can capitalize on incentives from Focus on Energy.
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2020 Healthcare lighting trends

September 16  •  Online course
Available credits: BOC, BOMI
How does the healthcare industry use lighting for function, patient wellness, and health? Which healthcare industry lighting practice trends should you follow? Join us for this informative webinar on LED lighting in healthcare facilities. We will discuss proper illumination, dimming, circadian benefits, procedural equipment tracking, and the role lighting plays to provide germicidal treatment for areas in healthcare facilities. We will also examine lighting options for interior and exterior spaces and how these lighting features can enhance the healthcare environment.
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Part 3: Optimize your rooftop unit

September 23  •  Online course
Available credits: BOC, BOMI, WI PE, WI-DSPS, Commercial Building Inspector Certification
During this final webinar in the series, you will understand the red flags that signal your system may not be optimally operating. We will reinforce ways to save money, reduce energy usage, improve occupant comfort, and help the environment. You will also learn how to better communicate heating and cooling concerns to your local HVAC contractor.