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Seattle Education Session: Heating Systems for highly efficient homes

Heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) systems for highly efficient, tight homes and buildings that are pursuing net-zero energy. High efficiency, small systems designed for northwest buildings. We'll explore: hydronic heating, ductless mini-splits, natural ventilation, indoor air quality, renovations and new construction.
When Apr 23, 2014
from 06:30 PM to 09:00 PM
Where PNA - lower brick building
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Which are the right heating systems for highly efficient homes?

With Dan Wildenhaus of Fluid Market Strategies and Henry Odum of Ecotope

We will explore the best avenues to create comfortable efficient heating and cooling systems for highly efficient homes in the Pacific Northwest. Our presenters will provide education and inspiration during the evening's session. Come with your thoughts and questions about how to design, install and maintain heating and ventilation systems for highly efficient buildings and those moving towards zero-net energy. This is the fourth event in our popular education series, which provides the information and connections necessary to construct extremely green buildings.

Come early for refreshments and networking at 6:30.  The session will run from 7 - 9 pm.   Each session has filled to capacity so RSVP soon.

Dan Wildenhaus

As the Sr. Building Science Specialist for Fluid Market Strategies, Dan has completely immersed himself in the discussion of what is required to create High Performance Buildings. Dan has over 18 years of experience working directly for a contractor; doing energy audits, weatherization repairs, consulting and analysis for private clients in both New Construction and the existing buildings market. Dan is currently the lead Technical Coordinator for Seattle’s Community Power Works for Home and Small Business programs, sits on the Board for Home Performance Washington and is an instructor at South Seattle Community College where he trains tomorrow's Home Performance Workforce. Dan also provides Building Science consultation, training and presentation services as the Technical Manager for Northwest ENERGY STAR Homes.- See more at: http://www.ecobuilding.org/about/board-of-directors/current-board-members/dan-wildenhaus#sthash.dWow5U7d.dpuf

When7-9 pmWednesday April 23rd, 2014 At the Seattle Chapter meeting, Social time 6:30 - 7

Location: Phinney Neighborhood Center - lower brick building, 6532 Phinney Ave N  Seattle, WA 98103. 
From the lower parking lot, go down the stairs into the building, and we're in the left room on the lower level.

RSVP: The number of participants will be limited, so please RSVP to assure your spot

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