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DOE Webinar on “High Performance Space Conditioning Systems – Part II"

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DOE Webinar on “High Performance Space Conditioning Systems – Part II"

Tuesday, November 18, 2014 : 03:00pm
Tuesday, November 18, 2014 : 04:30pm


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The Energy Department will present a live webinar titled “High Performance Space Conditioning Systems, Part II”. The webinar is part of a monthly series offered by the Building Technologies Office's Building America program, featuring the latest advances in residential building technologies and practices developed by the Building America research teams and national laboratory experts.

This month's webinar features:

William Zoeller of the Consortium for Advanced Residential Buildings, presenting design options for locating ducts within conditioned space;

Dave Mallay of the Partnership for Home Innovation, discussing buried ducts in conditioned spaces;

Jordan Dentz of Advanced Residential Integrated Energy Solutions, speaking about optimizing air distribution retrofit strategies in multi-unit buildings.

Webinar Sponsor: Building Technologies Office




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