Updated CxEnergy Program Features 31 Hours of AIA Approved Education

CxEnergy 2015, a conference and exposition dedicated to energy management and building and facilities commissioning, has 11 new AIA-approved technical sessions added to its educational program. The full program includes 29 technical sessions and 31 hours of content meeting the criteria for continuing education approval from the American Institute of Architects.

The CxEnergy educational program addresses commissioning a variety of building systems, energy management of the total building envelope, regulations and standards, project financing and more. CxEnergy takes place April 27-30 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Instructors for the sessions include engineers, commissioning authorities, university professors, government researchers, institutional facility managers, business leaders and nonprofit organization officers speaking on the following topics:

  • Back to School: Commissioning for Institutional Clients
  • Commissioning without Borders: International Commissioning in the 21st Century
  • Commissioning and Energy Management Bring Efficiency and Savings to School Campus: A Case Study
  • Commissioning Grid Tied Solar Photovoltaic Systems
  • Converting an Old building into an Intelligent Building
  • Fault Detection & Diagnostics in Small and Large Commercial Buildings
  • Fundamentals of Test & Balance for Engineers, Cx and Energy Providers
  • Owner Project Requirement Workshop
  • TAB & Commissioning Working Together: Verifying Control Systems
  • The Architect’s Role in the Commissioning Process
  • The Art of Water Reuse and Optimization in a World of Diminishing Water Supply

For more information, visit www.CxEnergy.com or call 202-737-7775.

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Posted March 9, 2015

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