UPCOMING CLASSES & EVENTS
Trane Mid-America offers a variety of specialized training classes throughout the year, each one dedicated to a specific audience to ensure that our participants get the most valuable information that can be directly applied on the job.
Seminar – Demand Response in Commercial Buildings
Advanced building designs and component technology continue to reduce loads and embrace features such as thermal mass to shift cooling and heating loads to more advantageous times of day. At the same time, utilities and campuses are increasing efforts to include renewable energy that require more advanced energy storage and demand response strategies to balance generation and consumption. Stretch codes and labelling programs have begun to specifically recognize building designs and operations that incorporate these features.
This program discusses the relevant improvements that load shifting and demand response can provide, with examples of the types of utility and funding programs that are available. (65 minutes)
This seminar will be offered free in November and is eligible for 1.0 GBCI/LEED or AIA learning units. Click on the city nearest you for details and registration:
Lincoln: Date TBD
Omaha: Date TBD
2017 Engineers Newsletter Live Schedule
Engineers Newsletter Live (ENL) is a series of continuing education programs focused on the design and control of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. The content is objective, technical and educational. All programs are AIA approved and many are USGBC approved for LEED credentialing maintenance. Attendees can earn 1.0 Learning Units by participating.
Our District hosts each ENL at seven different locations throughout Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma. The ENL programs are free of charge and lunch and CE certificates are provided which can be used toward PE credential maintenance. Detailed information and registration links for each location will be available approximately one month prior to each ENL.
|March||Energy-Saving Strategies for Small Rooftop Systems|
|May||HVAC Myths and Realities|
|September||High-Performance Air Systems|
|October||Demand Response in Commercial Buildings|
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