RESCHEDULED: May 16, 2019 | 12pm-1pm | 1 LU/HSW credit
This course covers the results of five energy modeling case studies based on the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) report “Climate change and the indoor environment: impacts and adaptation” and the NYSERDA New Construction Program (NCP) Simulation Guidelines.
Five different building typologies were modeled with baseline code-compliant systems and with as-designed energy conservation methods and tested against each other. The baseline and upgraded models were tested and compared to understand the design changes on energy usage, demand, operating costs, and SOx/Nox/CO2 emissions.
AIA LU/HSW available with each webinar through U.S. Green Building Council.
Nicholas Rajkovich is an assistant professor of architecture at the University at Buffalo. His research investigates the intersection of energy efficiency, renewable energy, and adaptation to climate change in buildings and communities.
Prior to earning a PhD in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Michigan, he was a Senior Program Engineer at the Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) Company Customer Energy Efficiency Department. At PG&E, he was responsible for coordinating a new Zero Net Energy Pilot Program. He has a Master of Architecture from the University of Oregon and a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University.