by John F Robbins  CEM / CSDP
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   Tues Jul 10, 2018, 1-5pm "Rechargeable Batteries" + "Off-Grid Solar PV"  - 2 hrs each, presented back-to-back, upto 4 hrs continuing education for engineers, designers, energy practitioners and contractors.  Off-Grid Solar PV begins with how off-grid differs from grid-connected solar, including the increased importance of reducing electricity loads and usage and the fact that batteries are needed for backup power when sunlight is insufficient or unavailable.  Also covered is how to size and choose the major components in off-grid solar setups.  Rechargeable Batteries is an overview of the many types of rechargeable batteries, comparing discharge and recharge preferences as well as operational characteristics.  A short history of batteries is included as well as a review of the language and formulas typically associated with batteries and DC electric systems.  Presented for Impact Mgt Svcs, Norwood OH, 513-731-1111, www.ineedimpact.com

   Tues Aug 14, 2018, 10:30am-7pm "Energy Code Intro" (2 hrs - 10:30am-12:30pm), "Energy Code" (4 hrs - 1-5pm) & "Solar Options" (2 hrs - 5-7pm), presented back-to-back for upto 8 hrs continuing education for engineers, designers, energy practitioners and contractors.  Energy Code Intro covers energy history leading to development of energy codes, introducing current energy codes for Ohio, Kentucky & Indiana.  Energy Code covers major portions from the IECC code and ASHRAE Standard 90.1, covering commercial and residential sections for HVAC, Electric and Service Hot Water.  Solar Options explains and describes various energy-saving solar options for the Ohio Valley region, including solar electric, daylighting and solar heating.  Presented for Impact Mgt Svcs, Norwood OH, 513-731-1111, www.ineedimpact.com

   Sep 11, 2018, 1-5pm "HVAC Sizing: Heating & Cooling" & "Solar Options" - 2 hrs each, presented back-to-back, continuing education for engineers, designers, energy practitioners and contractors.  1st class covers major inputs to sizing heating and cooling equipment in residential & small commercial structures, including how to assess capacities after changes in insulations, airtightness, outside air intake, windows, solar & shading features, internal electricity usage & occupancy.  2nd class explains and describes various energy-saving solar options for the Ohio Valley region, including solar electric, daylighting and solar heating.  Presented for Impact Mgt Svcs, Norwood OH, 513-731-1111, www.ineedimpact.com

John F Robbins CEM
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