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Energy Trust offers new on-demand training on grid-interactive efficient buildings and energy modeling for assisted living communities

Enjoy two new on-demand training sessions on grid-interactive efficient buildings (GEB) strategies and employing energy modeling analysis to support a sustainable assisted living community.

GEB Strategies: Tools, resources and expertise for every member of your project team

Learn about GEB tools that are available for your project team, along with practical solutions to implement grid resiliency principles into your design. This training session shows how commercial professionals can use newly available resources to demonstrate more meaningful project-level GEB metrics to developers and decision makers. Also learn about design guides, calculation tools and recommendations for grid-interactive strategies for your building, and how these methods have been translated into real-world case examples. Plus, earn 1 AIA LU CEU.

Employing Energy Modeling Analysis to Support a Sustainable Residential Community

Learn how Terwilliger Plaza, a highly energy-efficient building, is projected to use 50% less energy than code-compliant buildings with the addition of 127 independent living apartments to the existing senior living campus. The engineer and architect share how this project’s Energy Use Intensity goals and the owner’s commitment to sustainability, resident comfort, safety and health resulted in an extensive dual modeling analysis. Plus, earn 1 AIA LU CEU.

Visit our on-demand training webpage and register today!

If you have questions about this opportunity or Energy Trust New Buildings, please contact Kriya Kaping, market outreach manager, at 202.538.0530.