Zero Net Energy Buildings
Marc Rosenbaum’s ‘Zero Net Energy Buildings’ has helped students produce hundreds of zero net energy home designs since 2011, many of which have been built.
This is the second in a series of Heat Pump 101 videos from instructor and author, John Siegenthaler, P.E.. “The Difference Between Energy & Power” was the previous lesson in the series. You can enroll in John’s Heat Pump 101 course for free to learn the very basics of heat pumps in less than an […]
Electrification of existing homes is a hot trend, and rightfully so with all the latest incentives for residences and businesses to transition to electric. Anyone working in the retrofit field is likely – sooner or later – to be asked to help a homeowner with this process. While it can be straightforward, more often it […]
This is the first in a series of Heat Pump 101 videos from instructor and author, John Siegenthaler, P.E.. You can enroll in John’s Heat Pump 101 course for free to learn the very basics of heat pumps in less than an hour.
Transcript, “The Difference Between Energy & Power”:
Let’s look at some basic concepts from […]
Is eQUEST or OpenStudio better for running energy models? That was the question from a student this week. Here’s how they framed it:
“I’m interested in gaining a qualification in building energy modeling, to perform my firm’s energy rating building code compliance and also to assist my colleagues in making better sustainable design decisions. Looking to […]
Looking for some new books or opportunities to build your knowledge base in zero energy buildings? Marc Rosenbaum, instructor of How to Think About Energy in Buildings course, shares his ideas for expanding your knowledge in the field of building science. You can tune into the video or read the transcript below.
Brit: What are some […]