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CSE Webcast Archive ENERGY STAR for Engineers: New and Existing Buildings. 1 LU/PDH; 0.1 CEU Future of Emissions Regulations: Tier 4i and Beyond. 1 LU/PDH; 0.1 CEU Visit www.csemag.com/webcast to view the complete list of on-demand webcasts. All are free and most have CEUs or PDHs. Virtual Events Critical Power: Gensets and Automatic Transfer Switches, March 25.

03/01/2010


 

 

CSE Webcast Archive

 

ENERGY STAR for Engineers:

New and Existing Buildings. 1 LU/PDH; 0.1 CEU

 

Future of Emissions Regulations:

Tier 4i and Beyond. 1 LU/PDH; 0.1 CEU

 

Visit www.csemag.com/webcast to view the complete list of on-demand webcasts. All are free and most have CEUs or PDHs.

 

Virtual Events

Critical Power: Gensets and Automatic Transfer Switches, March 25.Free. Register at www.csemag.com/webcast.

 

Manufacturers @

Yaskawa

 

www.twitter.com/Yaskawa

 

News and resources from Yaskawa on inverter and servo drives, servomotors, and industrial robots.

 

Alerton

 

www.twitter.com/alerton

 

Supplier of building automation control solutions.

 

Danfoss

 

www.twitter.com/DanfossEnVision

 

Danfoss EnVisioneering: Engineering + Energy Efficiency + Environment = EnVisioneering.

 

Schneider Electric North America

 

www.twitter.com/schneiderNA

 

North American PR team covers energy from the perspective of Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management.

 

Honeywell

 

www.twitter.com/Honeywellsec

 

A global leader in security technology.

 

Optimum HVAC

 

www.twitter.com/optimumHVAC

 

A software company dedicated to helping commercial building owners/operators save money and the environment.

 

Just browsing

Whole Building Design Guide

 

Led by the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS), the goal of “whole building” design is to create a successful high-performance building by applying an integrated design and team approach to the project during the planning and programming phases.

 

www.wbdg.org

 

Institute for Market Transformation

 

The Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) is a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit organization promoting energy efficiency, green building, and environmental protection in the United States and abroad.

 

www.imt.org

 

Blogs

Real Life LEED

 

www.reallifeleed.com

 

Institute of Green Professionals

 

www.consilienceblog.org

 

Interactive Poll Results

February 2010

 

How necessary are continuing education requirements for engineers and how effective is the coursework?

 

Suggestions

 

Send your suggestions for social media sites and online events to Patrick Lynch at patrick.lynch@reedbusiness.com

 

 

 



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