The U.S. Department of Energy and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory are conducting a free webinar series to share energy efficiency and indoor air quality best practices to help school districts improve their facilities. As part of the Efficient and Healthy Schools Campaign, this webinar series provides an opportunity for peer learning and technical exchange among schools and stakeholders. The campaign provides access to experts, tools, and resources for schools to get started or further improve HVAC performance and reduce energy costs while promoting healthier spaces for learning.
The webinar on July 14th will feature speakers from:
● Greenville County Schools, SC
● kW Engineering
Greenville County Schools, SC received recognition as a Best in Class awardee for using technical specifications for HVAC retrofits, resulting in reduction in energy costs and improvements in energy efficiency and indoor environmental quality. kW Engineering will share best practices to ensure that HVAC retrofits meet energy goals and provide a healthy learning environment. Discussion topics will include using an integrated system approach that includes a set of efficiency measures to achieve more energy savings.
Speakers: Rengie Chan, Research Scientist, Berkeley Lab; Bill Knight, Director of Energy Management, Greenville County Schools, SC; James Donson, Director, kW Engineering.