Following the keynote presentation, EGB offers the first of seven technical sessions designed to help attendees design greener, more energy-efficient mechanical systems that will save energy and money and reduce the carbon footprint of the buildings they design. Learn about green engineering practices and impacts from the industry’s leading engineering and buildings professionals – individuals with extensive green-building knowledge and experience and immense passion that drives them to share their knowledge with others. Sessions and speakers scheduled for this year’s EGB are:"31 Tannery: The Nation’s First Net-Zero-Electric Commercial Building"
by Edward H. Brzezowski, PE, LEED AP, Noveda Technologies"High-Performance HVAC Retrofits: Achieving 40- To 70-Percent Energy Savings"
by Ben Erpelding, PE, CEM, Optimum Energy LLC"Evaporative Cooling: The Greenest of HVAC Processes"
by Mark S. Lentz, PE, Lentz Engineering Associates Inc."Busting The Myth That Green Costs More"
by James D. Qualk and Paul McCown, PE, LEED AP, CEM, CxA, SSRCx LLC"The Role Of Controls In Commissioning Green Buildings"
by Ron Wilkinson, PE, LEED AP, AKF Group LLC"The Greenhouse-Gas Impact of Various Chiller Technologies"
by Gerald J. Williams, PE, LEED AP, McClure Engineering"Commissioning: A Basic Ingredient For A High-Performance School"
by Jim Seckel, PE, LEED AP, CxA, CBCP, and Colleen S. Smith, PE, LEED AP, CxAP, SSRCx LLCOnline Registration Now Open
Plan now to attend the sixth annual EGB Conference & Expo, now part of HVACR Week 2009. Your EGB Conference Pass entitles you to participate in all EGB activities and HVACR Week events, including the HVACR Week Welcome Reception, Comfortech, and the all-new Commercial HVACR Symposium. For complete details and to register today, visit www.egbconference.com