One piece of the puzzle to Carbon Neutral Buildings - Code Requirements and Best Practices about Building System Controls from an Engineer’s Perspective - 1 PDH
Webinar - Zoom / $25 members - Membership # Required; $40 non-member / 12:00pm-1:00pm; ET
August 08, 2024

Date: August 8, 2024
Time: 12:00pm to 1:00pm; ET
Cost: $25 Member - membership number is required when you register.  If you need your membership number email Jen Miller -  $35 for Non-Members.

Both ASHRAE and NYSERDA have goals for carbon neutral energy code in less than 10 years, in support of global building decarbonization and New York’s Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act. With the recent development and update in energy codes and guidelines (e.g. ASHRAE 90.1-2022, 2021 Internal Energy Conservation Code, ASHRAE Guideline 36-2021), controls-related requirements and best practices in HVAC, service water heating, and lighting have taken on an increasingly important role in driving today’s buildings to net zero energy. This seminar presents energy code requirements and best practices for building system controls from an engineer’s perspective.

By: Chonghui Liu (CL), PE, CEM, LEED AP; Arcadis 

Chonghui Liu (CL) is a Principal Engineer with Arcadis, a global design and consulting company. He has 15 years of experience in energy consulting and mechanical system design, project and team management, and business development. He has been striving to help communities, campuses and building owners – of over 50 million square feet of commercial space – provide a comfortable and productive built environment while achieving energy efficiency and sustainability goals.

CL holds an M.S. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from Syracuse University, and he is a licensed professional engineer (PE) in the State of New York. He has been a mechanical subcommittee voting member of ASHRAE Standard Committee 90.1 since 2016 and contributed to publication of ASHRAE energy standard 90.1-2019 and 90.1-2022; he serves as ASHRAE Region 1 Vice Chair currently and Central New York Chapter Past President 2018-2019. He is an instructor for 2020 Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State with Urban Green Council, and he serves on the NYSERDA stakeholder advisory group for 2023 NYStretch Energy Code development. His technical expertise includes energy audits and master planning, commissioning and retro-commissioning, and HVAC design and optimization.