Webinar: Intelligent Use of Intelligent Building Solutions

EMA Teams with School Planning & Management, College Planning & Management, ONICON

July 19, 1:00 pm Eastern Standard Time (1 hour)

Technology advances over the past decade have made learning environments more efficient, personalized and comfortable, but these advances come at a cost. And the costs are busting the budgets of school district and college and university operations, leaving them cash-strapped as they attempt to implement sustainability measures. Ironically, some of these measures are enabled by the same intelligent building technologies that strain budgets.


A free webinar that provides essential information to education-based administrators, architects and engineering staff, and energy services providers on developing a sustainability strategy and how and where to find resources to overcome these challenges will be conducted Thursday, July 19, 2018. The webinar begins with a discussion of the scope of sustainability-related measures, examines the role of technologies such as the IoT and provides tips on how to find funding and resources.

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EMA, Aeroseal Conducting Webinar on Resolving Duct Leakage as an Energy Conservation Measure

Everyone agrees duct leakage in commercial buildings is a significant problem leading to wasted energy and increased operational costs. ASHRAE estimates that 75 percent of these buildings suffer 10-25 percent duct leakage. Unfortunately, quantifying the amount of waste and cost makes it difficult to include stopping leakage in a comprehensive energy retrofit plan. Addressing this issue is the topic of an upcoming free webinar, Sept. 7, 2017, 1:30 pm ET.

Recording of Webinar (Registration Required)

After Hours Cx, Lessons Learned from K-12 Schools

Free Webinar: From CxEnergy 2017

Presented by EMA President Bob Knoedler & EMA Treasurer Jim Magee

Reducing energy costs is one of the few ways in which a school system can save money without affecting classroom instruction. Studies have shown that commissioning in the education sector can save 10-15 percent in energy costs. This presentation examines lessons learned from commissioning K-12 schools as well as the challenges presented by the owners, A/E teams and contractors.

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