Smart Building Center Technical Webinar Series
BOC offers live instructional webinars throughout the year to keep you informed on the dynamic field of facilities management. Learn practical solutions to deal with the energy hogs in your building from industry experts.
For the BOC graduate, successful completion of the webinar and accompanying quiz provides 1.5 points towards maintaining your BOC Credential and .15 IACET CEU’s towards the renewal of industry certifications, certificates and licenses including but not limited to AIA, PE, LEED, IFMA, ASHRAE, and AEE.
Live webinars are from 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. Eastern. Once broadcast, they are available on demand in recorded format from our webinar library.
2020 Live Webinars
Improving the Energy Consumption of Pumps April 1, 2020This webinar will give attendees a primer on how pumps operate, pump applications in buildings, how pumps consume energy, and how they can be controlled to optimize energy consumption.
Focused on pump system optimization, this webinar will give attendees a primer on how pumps operate, pump applications in buildings, how pumps consume energy, and how they can be controlled to optimize energy consumption. Other topics include new DOE pump regulations, market changes, and circulator pump incentive programs.
Speaker: Peter Gaydon, Hydraulic Institute
Resiliency & Security in Smart BuildingsApril 22, 2020The building systems relied upon to improve operational efficiency, safety, and security may be one of the biggest risks to actually improving operational efficiency, safety, and security.
The building systems relied upon to improve operational efficiency, safety, and security may be one of the biggest risks to actually improving operational efficiency, safety, and security. Have those cameras or BMS controllers just increased the threat of being hacked? Are biometric readers being used for access control? Do organizational purchasing practices require you to purchase the lowest cost solutions? Are you certain you’re getting what you’ve paid for? Attend this webinar to learn how collaborative partnerships between building management, information technology, security, and purchasing will help your building reach the goal of being a smart building.
Speaker: Wendi Walsh, Aronson Security Group
HVAC Controls Including Demand-Control VentilationMay 14, 2020This webinar will highlight HVAC controls strategies.
This webinar will highlight HVAC controls strategies, including demand-control ventilation, that building operators can implement in their buildings to make them more comfortable and efficient.
Speaker: Steven Mayou, ATS Automation
Financing Energy Efficiency ProjectsSeptember 23, 2020This webinar will discuss innovative financing options for energy efficiency projects in commercial buildings.
This webinar will discuss innovative financing options for energy efficiency projects in commercial buildings including power purchase agreements (PPAs), property assessed clean energy (PACE) bond financing, on-bill financing, and energy service performance contracting (ESPC).
Speakers: Erik Makinson, Resource Synergy and Justin Fallstrom, McKinstry
Technical Aspects of Renewables and Battery StorageOctober 21, 2020This webinar will explore the future of grid-interactive efficient buildings.
This webinar will explore the future of grid-interactive efficient buildings and the strategic integration of renewables, storage, and building load flexibility solutions.
Speakers: Rois Langner, National Renewable Energy Laboratory Commercial Buildings Research Group and Theo Kassuga, Navigant Consulting Renewables Integration Team
2020 Recorded Webinars
This webinar will introduce smart buildings technologies and practices that harness building data and controls to optimize performance and enable more efficient, comfortable, and cost-effective operations. Opportunities for building retrofits and new construction provide promising pathways for buildings to incrementally implement new technologies and practices to increase efficiency, intelligence, and performance of buildings. Hear from presenters about resources available to help you explore opportunities to make your buildings smarter. (Recorded Feb. 26, 2020)
Speaker: Melissa Sokolowsky, Smart Buildings CenterRegister