5 Things You Should Know About Silicon PV Panels
In this free course, Dr. James Rand discusses the 5 things you should know about silicon PV panels.
by Dr. James Rand
Electrical Loads in High Performance Buildings
This presentation covers the subject of plug load energy-efficiency and the lighting, appliances, and consumer electronics used in the home. You will glean priceless information about how to save hundreds of dollars.
by Chris Calwell
Renewable Energy for the Developing World
Ian Woofenden has been consulting, teaching, and leading projects in Central America and the Caribbean for more than a decade, and shares his first-hand experience with seven renewable energy technologies in the "developing world."
by Ian Woofenden
Enroll today and learn the ten things we human organisms crave from our surroundings-- you'll be able to create built environments that bring us back into harmony with the rest of nature.
by Carol Venolia
Accurately Calculate the "Avoided Cost" of A Solar Project
This free course covers how to precisely calculate the dollar savings (aka avoided cost) of a solar project using Energy Toolbase.
by Adam Gerza
144-Hour RTI Design Workshop for Your Registered Apprenticeship Program
Qualified solar apprentices need 144 hours of Related Training Instruction (RTI). We'll help you map out what you need and help you put it into place.
by Brian Hayden
FAA Part 107 Practice Test
In order to fly your drone under the FAA's Small UAS Rule (Part 107), you must obtain a Remote Pilot Certificate from the FAA. This free practice test includes 60 questions that you're likely to see when you take the exam.
by Keven Gambold
Bard Wall-Mount Maintenance & Prep for Modular Yard Tech's
The information you need to professionally maintain and setup Bard wall-mount units helping you achieve your customers standards
by Rick Downie
Photovoltaic Project Development Using RETScreen 4
This free course will introduce the RETScreen 4 software through an example of its use for assessing a proposed photovoltaic project.
by Michael Ross
Unirac's Faster Solar Design with Online Tools
What are the best online software tools for solar designers? This free solar design course was created by Unirac to help solar designers work more quickly and confidently.
by Tristen Foley
Fronius Training: PV Design & Repowering with Solar.creator and Repowering Tools
Fronius teaches about and demos their free solar design tools - Solar.creator and Repowering Tool
by Chris Connell
Low Carbon Building
What good is a “Net-Zero” building if just the act of making it dumps a huge load of CO2 into the air? This course is more of an introduction to low carbon building.
by Bruce King
High Performance Building Assemblies
This lecture covers just how heat and moisture can move in building assemblies, how to manage both, and the tools that are available to evaluate or predict hygrothermal performance of building assemblies.
by Peter Yost
Geothermal HVAC Design: From Building Loads to Bore Field Design
Learn Geothermal HVAC Design fundamentals, with emphasis on building load (residential, commercial and institutional) development, leading to bore field specification from industry legend Al Koenig.
by Albert Koenig
Introduction to DA/ADMS
Role of distribution automation in electric utility grid modernization efforts; Key definitions pertaining to DA/ADMS, basic building blocks of DA and ADMS; benefits of DA/ADMS for meeting distribution utility business needs; major challenges of DA/ADMS i
by Robert Uluski
Integrative Design Process
This free course employs case studies to illustrate the integrative design process—with its focus on purpose, discovery, and interrelationships.
by Bill Reed
NEM Paired Storage: Why it Matters
We unpack the mechanics of how exactly NEM Paired Storage works, and illustrate the added value it can provide for both Residential & Commercial solar + storage projects.
by Adam Gerza
ETB Masterclass: Optimizing the Economics of C&I Solar + Storage Projects
Important findings from a rigorous, months-long analysis where we studied the economics of solar + storage projects on every C&I (commercial and industrial) utility rate tariff in California’s Investor-Owned Utility (PG&E, SCE, SDG&E) territories.
by Adam Gerza
Embodied Carbon in Materials: Real Steps to Drawing Down Carbon in our Buildings
Learn concrete tools and answers on how to draw down carbon in our buildings starting today. We’ll focus on low-rise buildings, where most new construction and renovations happen and which are currently under-represented in embodied-carbon design
by Chris Magwood and 2 others
Multifamily Central Ventilation: A Tale of Two Cities
Central ventilation systems in multifamily buildings are a vital building system with significant implications for energy, sustainability and occupant health and safety. In this session, we compare and contrast the building stock in Boston and NYC
by Thomas Holmes and 2 others