The Green Engineer's Workshops at #Greenbuild17 Boston
Nov
7
to Nov 10

The Green Engineer's Workshops at #Greenbuild17 Boston

The Green Engineer's three workshops & sessions at #GreenBuild17

Early-bird Registration closes Sept. 29, 2017.

Pre-Conference (Full Day) Workshop

Tuesday, November 7, 2017    8:30AM - 5PM         (*Requires separate registration.)


Education Sessions

Friday, November 10, 2017     8 - 9AM

Thursday, November 9, 20175 - 6PM


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Apr
17
to Jun 11

Energy Modeling in eQuest

The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) Building Energy Masters Series is a web-based professional development curriculum for the renewable energy and high performance building industries. Courses are taught by industry experts with extensive experience who take a deep dive into a single area of building science.

Taught by The Green Engineer's Chris Schaffner, P.E., LEED Fellow, this 8-week course is a comprehensive commercial energy modeling course to educate professionals on how to master eQuest, the free "Quick Energy Simulation Tool" developed by the U.S. Department of Energy and other industry leaders. The course is hands-on. Participants will learn to build and run energy models. It's going to be challenging, even for experienced professionals, but we promise a warm, welcoming environment in which to fail, practice, and master this valuable skill. When the course is over, you should be able to function as the go-to energy modeler on an integrated design team.

 

 

 

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Feb
20
to Apr 16

Energy Modeling in eQuest

The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) Building Energy Masters Series is a web-based professional development curriculum for the renewable energy and high performance building industries. Courses are taught by industry experts with extensive experience who take a deep dive into a single area of building science.

Taught by The Green Engineer's Chris Schaffner, P.E., LEED Fellow, this 8-week course is a comprehensive commercial energy modeling course to educate professionals on how to master eQuest, the free "Quick Energy Simulation Tool" developed by the U.S. Department of Energy and other industry leaders. The course is hands-on. Participants will learn to build and run energy models. It's going to be challenging, even for experienced professionals, but we promise a warm, welcoming environment in which to fail, practice, and master this valuable skill. When the course is over, you should be able to function as the go-to energy modeler on an integrated design team.

 

 

 

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Mar
14
to May 9

ENERGY MODELING IN EQUEST

The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) Building Energy Masters Series is a web-based professional development curriculum for the renewable energy and high performance building industries. Courses are taught by industry experts with extensive experience who take a deep dive into a single area of building science.

Taught by The Green Engineer's Chris Schaffner, P.E., LEED Fellow, this 8-week course is a comprehensive commercial energy modeling course for professionals that teaches how to master eQuest, a powerful (free) energy modeling tool. The course is hands-on - you're actually going to build and run energy models. It's going to be challenging, even for experienced pros, but we promise a warm, welcoming environment in which to fail, practice, and master this new skill. When the course is over, you should be able to be the go-to energy modeler on an integrated design team.

 


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New The Green Engineer/USGBC Online Course
Feb
25
4:30pm 4:30pm

New The Green Engineer/USGBC Online Course

Learn about humans' subconscious response to the environment with The Green Engineer and the USGBC's latest online course: "Architecture and Human Subconscious Responses to the Environment."

This webinar reviews recent scientific findings relevant to our behavior in and around buildings. We will look at our innate responses to edges, patterns, and shapes and discusses how all these tendencies came to be for one very good reason: they helped us survive. The most successful green buildings in the 21st century will use this new science to good advantage - for the more we build buildings people like to look at and ‘attach to', the more likely the new constructions wilI last.

This webinar was produced by The Green Engineer as an Educational Partner to the USGBC.

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