Part 1: Energy Savings for HVAC Packaged Systems
Friday, March 19, 2021 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
42 slots available
Training Overview:

Packaged systems are used to easily and effectively heat and cool well more than 50% of all commercial buildings, but how efficient are they? Or more importantly, how efficient could they be when optimally selected or operated? Are there ways to save energy on existing and new systems? This 2-part course will explain various technologies and strategies that can be utilized and will quantify the economic value of various system options.

Event Benefits:
Who Should Attend:

o HVAC Energy Basics
 Demand Charge Reduction Strategies
 HVAC Energy Reduction Enhancements
 Utility Rebates for HVAC Replacement
 Energy Code Compliance (IECC 2018 in Massachusetts)
 Equipment Ratings: EER, IEER, SEER, AFUE, Thermal Efficiency
o Repair vs. Replace Customer Walk-thru Scorecard
 Tool used to help engage the facility manager in the process
 Assigns a score to the system used to help determine replacement
o Programmable & Smart Thermostats
 Internet thermostat vs. building automation systems (BAS)
 IECC 2018 Code Requirements
 Typical Energy Savings and Payback
o RTU Economizers
 Technology Overview
 Retro-fit Option?
 Dry bulb vs. Enthalpy
 IECC 2018 Code Requirements
 Typical Energy Savings and Payback

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Available in class.

Ryan R. Hoger, LEED® AP BD+C
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