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Optimizing Energy Performance of Existing Buildings (M728)

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Type: Online
Duration: 00:30 hours
Status: Active

Reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions from building operations allows these facilities to remain sustainable and easier to maintain. This online self-paced course presents the four guiding principles for optimizing the energy performance of buildings: metering, benchmarking, energy efficiency, and renewable and clean energy. Participants will review best practices for achieving high energy performance in their buildings and learn about the software tools and other resources available to gradually build towards peak performance.

Topics include:

  • recording energy consumption via metering
  • calculating and documenting energy performance benchmarks
  • improving energy efficiency
  • using renewable and clean energy

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More about this course
  • Topics: Personal and team development; Personal development; Procurement
  • Community: Employees
  • Audience: Materiel management specialists; Real Property specialists
  • Business line: GC and Public Sector Skills
  • Provider: Canada School of Public Service

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