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    Webinar: Decarbonization Technologies: What We Have, What We Need, October 29, 10 am

  • 29 October 2020
  • Start time : 10:00 AM
  • End time : 11:00 AM
  • Event Host : New Buildings Institute
Decarbonization Webinar
Event Description

This is a Best of the Forum session. Take stock of the current state of the building technologies needed to drive decarbonization at scale. In this webinar, moderated by Clay Nesler, a report will be provided on Johnson Controls' recent Energy Efficiency Indicator Survey. Presenters will then share developments in heat pumps, heat pump water heaters, induction cooking, renewable energy, and energy storage systems, and discuss the options for full electric kitchens and how equipment needs differ in residential vs. commercial kitchens. This session will also provide a high-level view of needs and drivers for renewables, including renewable gas, and various forms of storage devices such as batteries and thermal storage options. 1 AIA HSW CEU Pending

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • New Buildings Institute
  • Cost
    • FREE Event
  • Event type
    • Webinar

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