Identifying the Energy Performance of Historic Homes - Part 1

San Francisco - Pacific Energy Center Webinar
Thursday, January 17, 2019 (9:00 AM - 12:00 PM)
Event Details
This two-part workshop will cover energy audits and retrofits of historic homes. Homeowners, architects, designers, planners, and advocates will benefit from this detailed overview of improving the energy efficiency of historic homes taught by leading experts in the field. Historic homes present unique challenges for improving energy performance; however, the technology for isolating and identifying weak spots in a home’s energy use has dramatically improved in the last decade. This half-day portion of a two-part workshop will look at the latest cutting-edge methods and technology for finding the best opportunities for improving energy performance in historic residential buildings. Researchers and practicing experts will demonstrate how these technologies work, and how homeowners, architects, and other professional practitioners can best make use of these tools. Registration is through California Preservation Foundation as there is a fee for this class. This class also has a simulcast option once you click to register. Click here to register for this class or click on the Register button to the left. This class qualifies for 3 CEU for AIA, 3 CEU for AICP, 1 CEU for AIA-HSW
Additional Information
Event Contact:
Jessica McVey
Contact Organization:
Efficiency First California
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