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Understanding the trajectory of Massachusetts’ energy policy will drastically change the way our homes are designed and built.
In this lesson, we will explore what electrification is and how it influences what technologies should be deployed in homes. Additionally, we will explore how onsite energy storage doesn’t just benefit local communities, but also the way in which it enables new homes to be resilient, fossil fuel-free, and self-generating.
Become familiar with the impact electrification will have on new construction projects
Understand how code changes and energy policy are expediting the improvement of home performance in MA
Learn the value of energy storage and its significance in allowing new construction projects to have no carbon footprint
This online course is self-paced. You can begin instantly upon enrollment.
Access Information and Build Your Training Library
After enrolling, the course materials will remain in your account and be accessible 12 months (1 year) after enrollment. Access can be extended beyond 1 year with a monthly membership. Rewatch videos and review assignments as many times as you want. Return to your course anytime with online access from anywhere in the world.
Earn A Certificate of Completion
When you complete this course you are eligible for a certificate of completion from HeatSpring. You can download your certificate as soon as you have completed all of the course requirements. Students can easily share their verified certificates on their LinkedIn profiles using our LinkedIn integration.
Training & Development Manager, Abode Energy Management
In leading Abode’s training and development programs, Mike seeks to help people find joy in their work as they employ sound building science concepts that enhance customer experience. Having helped multiple home performance contractors grow strong through training thoughtful building analysts. Mike is focused on getting people to think the right way away about the...[more]