Understanding and Reducing Energy Use and Carbon Emissions in Museums

Presented by: Mischa Egolf | New Bldgs. Inst.; Sarah Sutton | Environ. & Culture; Shani Krevsky, AIA, LEED AP BD+C IFMA SFP ; Henry Art | Clark Art Inst.; Kate Scurlock, AIA | GWWO; Judith Holt and Anne Scott-Putney | Heritage Museums & Gardens

AIA/CES (HSW) Learning Units: 1.75 Hours

This video course includes English language captions.

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This course meets the requirements for Net Zero Carbon Design for California license renewals and is provided gratis to AIA members courtesy of AIA California.

Non-AIA members can purchase this cost for $35 or buy a ZNCD Passport for $75 and select up to 4 courses to meet the required 5 hours for license renewals.

Museums and other cultural institutions have unique building use patterns and characteristics, which can present energy challenges not often encountered in other public buildings. Limited research on the sector’s energy use patterns and greenhouse gas emissions makes energy benchmarking difficult.

Upon successful completion of a multiple-choice quiz, a Certificate of Completion will be available for download and can be used to verify your licensure requirements.

(For questions or technical support, please email Melissa@aecKnowledge.com or call 415.755.3058.)

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