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Fundamentals Of Decarbonization Design Systems And Equipment Applications

  • 23 Feb 2023
  • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • GoToWebinar
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NOTICE OF EVENT


Fundamentals Of Decarbonization Design Systems And Equipment Applications


                           

Agenda


Thursday, February 23 2023


2:00 PM to 5:00 PM ET - Online ASHRAE Instructors-led Course




Course Summary



This course provides an overview of the topic of building decarbonization with a focus on building heating systems with associated HVAC technologies in new construction. Carbon emissions associated with technologies found in various system designs in buildings are discussed. The course covers the options for low, and no carbon emissions and electrification alternatives.


Instructor

Artorius M. Reyes, Member ASHRAE




Artorius M. Reyes, Member ASHRAE, is the Director of Business Development for Trane New York. He resides within the firm’s Commercial HVAC Sector and works closely with the Comprehensive Solutions, HVAC Systems, and Services groups to help develop fully integrated HVAC solutions for large complex commercial projects. Mr. Reyes works primarily with Engineers and Property Owners. His expertise revolves around Chilled Water Plants, Chilled Water VAV Systems, and Custom Air Handling Systems.

Mr. Reyes joined Trane in 2009 as a Sales Engineer. He held that role for 8 years before transitioning to lead Business Development in NYC. Mr. Reyes holds a BS in Architectural Engineering Technology and a BSBA in Business Management from The University of Hartford.

Mr. Reyes is President-Elect for ASHRAE NY, a Regional Vice-Chair of the ASHRAE Government Affairs Committee, a long-standing member of New York Building Congress and a member of the Association of Medical Facility Professionals.


Course Materials and CE Credits



This course will be presented through the GoToWebinar or WebEx platform. Course registrants will receive a confirmation e-mail with instructions on how to login to the course and how to obtain the course materials. The course presentation will be made available prior to the course date. Attendees will receive 3 hour online course, copy of presentation and 30 days access to recorded version.

Since January 1, 2023, continuing professional development (CPD) will become a required component for professional engineers and limited license holders to maintain their license every calendar year. This course is good opportunity to help license holders achieve these mandatory requirements set by the Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO).  

ASHRAE is an approved Continuing Education provider for the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI). Electronic copies of the course evaluation form and Certificates of Attendance referencing Professional Development Hours (PDHs) will be made available to the course attendees.

Use of the materials is limited to the above course on the specified dates. Course materials may not be sold, shared or otherwise distributed independently of the above licensed course. Use of ASHRAE content may not be done in a way that will state or imply ASHRAE endorsement of any proprietary service or commercial product. This permission should not be construed that ASHRAE is waiving any copyright protection or other rights entitled to its intellectual property. 


Please feel free to reach out if you need assistance:

Elias Barker
ASHRAE Toronto CTTC Chair

[elias_barker@hotmail.com]


Jared Sowiak
ASHRAE Toronto Member
[jared.sowiak@engineeredair.com]


Ayush Dewet
ASHRAE Toronto Refrigeration Subcommittee Chair
[adewet@voyagerbuildings.com]



         

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