About This Program
This course will introduce the concept of deep energy retrofit (DER) as a whole-building analysis and construction process that can achieve significant energy cost savings, enhancing the building value and meeting changing energy codes. Attendees will learn how to understand the materials and methods that are being used to retrofit buildings and meet sustainable design goals through restoration of the building components. Specific factors related to the Deep Energy Retrofit market will be addressed, including market trends and regulations.
- Define commonly used building materials used for overclad retrofit applications.
- Explain the typology of buildings targeting deep energy retrofit measures.
- Describe the challenges associated with deep energy retrofit installation and processes.
- Discuss how the deep energy retrofit market is developing and evolving on local and national levels.
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|*May be submitted for domain specific learning units to CDT recertification, and/or general learning units for CCCA, CCS, and CCPR.|
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