This is a live, encore presentation of a webinar that was originally offered on 06/07/2019 and 07/12/2019. Attendees of the previously offered presentation, SKU# RV-W060719 and RV-W071219, will not receive CEU for attending the 12/11/2019 presentation.
Is it time to upgrade your commercial air conditioner to an Advanced Rooftop Unit (RTU)? RTUs are used in nearly half of all cooling conditioned commercial floor space in the United States. RTUs built according to the Department of Energy's High Performance Rooftop Unit Specification are expected to reduce energy use by as much as 50% compared to the current ASHRAE 90.1 standard, depending on location and facility type. This webinar will explore the components that make up a standard RTU, provide case studies on how they really perform, and list some pros and cons to upgrading.
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Describe how RTUs significantly reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions.
List the components of an RTU that contribute to a building with clean, properly humidified air.
Identify practices that can be implemented to promote occupant comfort and indoor air quality.
Determine the best time to upgrade your RTU, reducing the carbon pollution that drives dangerous climate change and other pollution that harms occupant health.
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Presenter: Jim Taube
Jim possesses degrees in Civil & Environmental Engineering from Clarkson University in New York and Electrical Power Technology from Bismarck State College.
He has extensive industrial experience with 23 years in the pulp and paper industry and 12 years in institutional and pharmaceutical facility management.
His responsibilities have included engineering design, electrical and mechanical maintenance, and power plant utilities management.
Areas of expertise include HVAC design, commissioning and qualification, construction administration, and energy cost savings initiatives.
Jim’s credentials include being registered as a Professional Engineer and the Certified Energy Manager and Auditor certifications.
Jim is married and lives in Middletown, OH and has 4 married children.
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