Provider: Community Energy Association
Presentation Topic: The Mechanical and Ventilation Systems webinar series includes the following hour-long sessions.
The webinar series will be presented by Rob Pope, an expert in energy-efficient systems and senior consultant with Ecolighten Energy Services.
Date and Time:
CPD Eligibility: 1 point per session under category A4 (you will need to self report these points)
Interested in learning more about current topics in energy efficiency and mechanical systems? As part of the Kootenay Clean Energy Transition (KCET) initiative, the Community Energy Association (CEA) is delivering a series of free webinars for those working in the home building and renovation sector in the Kootenay and Boundary regions.
KCET is a multi-year project that will build awareness and workforce capacity for a low carbon and clean energy transition in the Kootenays. The initiative’s focus is on reducing greenhouse gas emissions by targeting the two highest emitting sectors: buildings and transportation. The project is supported and funded by BC Hydro, Fortis BC, Columbia Basin Trust, the Regional District of Central Kootenay, the Regional District of East Kootenay and the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary.
CEA is a member-based, non-profit organization working since 1995 at the community level to reduce emissions, conserve energy and progressively transition to a low carbon, resilient economy. As a non-profit consultant, all proceeds from CEA’s work go back into advancing low carbon solutions for community climate action. Its staff are distributed around BC and its Board is comprised of representatives from local governments, utilities, and the private sector.