Energy-Efficient Laboratory Ventilation Design Practices and Technologies Workshop
and
Laboratory Commissioning Workshop

Westwood, MA
June 30, 2011
7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

I2SL and the Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership (MAEEP) are pleased to bring you the Energy-Efficient Laboratory Ventilation Design Practices and Technologies Workshop, taking place from 8 a.m. to noon, and the Laboratory Commissioning Workshop, taking place from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. You may register for these courses separately or register for both and save!

The Energy-Efficient Laboratory Ventilation Design Practices and Technologies Workshop teaches participants about the progression of different yet complimentary airside technologies and design practices that can be used individually—but are best applied collectively—to significantly and safely reduce ventilation-related energy expenses.

The Laboratory Commissioning Workshop will provide a robust consideration of commissioning principles, including key targets for laboratory commissioning, a review of system interactions and their relationships to sustainability, performance metrics, scheduling, and associated costs.

Course Location

NSTAR Gas and Electric Headquarters
One NStar Way
Westwood, MA 02090

Instructors

Energy-Efficient Laboratory Ventilation Design Practices and Technologies Workshop

Laboratory Commissioning Workshop:

Registration

Register Now! (Capacity is limited, advanced registration required)

Continuing Education Credits

For each course, attendees can earn three Professional Development Hours (PDHs) for professional engineers and three Continuing Education Credits (CECs) from the American Institute of Architects for registered architects. If attendees are present for both courses, they can earn six PDHs or CECs.

About Our Host

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The Massachusetts Energy Efficiency Partnership (MAEEP) supports deployment of energy-efficient technology and tools to the industrial, commercial, and institutional sectors. The MAEEP Program delivers its value through a combination of stakeholder input, technology transfer, education and outreach, and research. The MAEEP leverages resources from the U.S. Department of Energy, the University of Massachusetts, and Massachusetts electric utilities: NSTAR, National Grid, and Western Massachusetts Electric Company (WMECO), in partnership. All partners work together to identify opportunities to improve the efficient use of electricity and other fuels, improve productivity, and minimize waste in manufacturing and facility operation.

 

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