The Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance will present two topics at this week’s International High Performance Building Conference, in Lansing MI. “This conference is unique in that high performance building academics, researchers, and practitioners will come together to discuss cutting edge technology and its impacts on the design-engineering-construction process as well as the implications for education in these topics. Conference attendees will have many networking opportunities and chances to share in the transfer of best practices and the latest technologies and techniques among industry professionals and academics.” (IHPBC website )
On Wednesday, June 19th, Kerry Granfield – Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance and Mr. Mark Allen – DNV KEMA will discuss the topic of Walking your Building for Low-Cost, Energy Efficient Operational Improvements. On Thursday, June 20th Kerry Granfield and Evelyn Schenk, of Kirtland Community College, will present Achieving Cost-Effective Energy Savings Through Building Operator Training which outlines a case study from Kirtland Community College.
This professional conference also earns BOC credential holders hours towards their certificate renewal.