Building Decarbonization and Clean Heating/Cooling - Webinars & Events
There are no upcoming Building Decarbonization and Clean Heating/Cooling webinars or events.
In this webinar, hosted by the Yale Center for Business and Environment, panelists discussed an energy and carbon savings calculator for clean heating and cooling technologies.
This webinar is a follow-on to CESA’s ESTAP webinars on energy storage projects and implementation at municipal utilities.
CESA hosted the second in a two-part webinar series highlighting the role renewable heating and cooling campaigns play in decarbonizing buildings and in helping states meet their carbon reduction goals.
This webinar featured CESA’s recent report, “Community Campaigns for Renewable Heating and Cooling Technologies: Four Case Studies,” and included speakers from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and the City of Boulder, Colorado.
Since 2014, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) has been working on designing rules and regulations for including renewable thermal technologies in the Alternative Portfolio Standard (APS). This webinar featured a presentation on the draft regulations by Samantha Meserve, Renewable Thermal Program Coordinator at DOER.
Guest speaker Neil Veilleux from Meister Consultants Group discussed their recent paper, “Waking the Sleeping Giant” — an in-depth look at next generation policy instruments for renewable heating and cooling in commercial buildings.
The Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) is hosting an upcoming webinar on renewable thermal in RPS for CESA’s State-Federal RPS Collaborative.
This webinar will highlight details of one of the 2012 State Leadership in Clean Energy Award winning programs, the New Hampshire PUC’s Residential Wood-Pellet Boiler Rebate Program, and will focus on woody biomass heating technologies, and environmental impacts.
This webinar will focus on the technical status, cost effectiveness, market barriers, and greenhouse gas benefits associated with four technologies for residential and commercial building applications – solar water and space heating, high efficiency air- and ground-source heat pumps, clean and high efficiency wood pellet and chip boilers, and biodiesel blended with fuel oil.
This webinar will feature three presentations looking at solar thermal from different vantage points. Les Nelson of the International Association of Plumbing & Mechanical Officials will summarize market and costs trends for solar thermal technologies. James Critchfield will discuss US EPA’s initiative to work with stakeholders to create a US Heat Meter Standard, which will set requirements for the instrumentation and application of equipment used to measure the energy generation of thermal energy systems. Sam Watson of the North Carolina Utilities Commission will describe his state’s experiences with including solar thermal in its RPS, and will provide lessons learned.