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Attend the joint meeting between

WV ASHRAE, AIA WV and USGBC

JANUARY 9, 2018

for a Seminar on

50% ASHRAE Advanced Energy Design Guide (AEDG) for Large Hospitals

presented by Mr. Mick Schwedler, ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer


This meeting offers 1.5 Hours in PDH credits and has been approved for both AIA and USGBC credit!


Topic Description:
Advanced Energy Design Guides (AEDG) are a series of publications designed to provide recommendations for achieving energy savings over the minimum code requirements of ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1. The Guides have been developed in collaboration with these partnering organizations: The American Institute of Architects (AIA), ASHRAE the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IES), the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), and supported by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).

This presentation gives a short overview of the guides and provides examples of recommendations, case studies, technologies, systems, and controls to reduce energy use by 50% or more (compared to ASHRAE 90.1-2004). Following this overview, the 50% Large Hospital AEDG is presented in significant detail.

                                              Presented by: Mick Schwedler, PE, FASHRAE, LEED AP BD+C,
                                              AEDG Steering Committee ASHRAE Representative
                                              ASHRAE Vice President 2017-18

                                              Manager, Applications Engineering, Trane
 

Professional:
Mick has been involved in the development and support of HVAC systems for Trane since 1982. His areas of expertise include system optimization (in which he holds patents) and chilled water system design. He has presented technical information to tens of thousands of engineers through Trane’s Engineers Newsletter Live series, and seminars throughout North America, as well as in the Far East and South America.

Mick serves is a Vice President on the ASHRAE Board of Directors, an ASHRAE Fellow, and recipient of ASHRAE’s Exceptional Service, Distinguished Service, and Standards Achievement Awards, He was Chair of SSPC 90.1 (responsible for 90.1-2010 if you want to let him know how you feel about that). He is also active with the US Green Building Council, having served on technical and education committees and is currently the LEED Technical Committee Chair. Mick’s degrees include an MSME from the University of Wisconsin Solar Energy Lab and BSME from Northwestern University.

Personal:                                                                                               
Mick and his wife, Jennifer, have three children (two married) -- that keep them “mighty busy.” Church activities, barbershop quartet singing and an occasional round of golf are enjoyed. Raised 30 miles from Green Bay, WI in the 1960’s, Mick is an avid (or is that rabid?) Packer fan.


ASHRAE Technical Committee Update:

We will also have a presentation by John Pruett, PE from ZMM Architects & Engineers.  John is the ASHRAE Handbook Subcommittee Chair for Technical Committee (TC) 4.7 - Energy Calculations.  He will give an update on their ASHRAE activities and Chapter 19 in the Fundamentals Handbook.

Location:    The Trane Company Offices

                     5001 MacCorkle Ave. SW

                     South Charleston, WV  25309

Schedule:   11:30 to 12:15: BBQ Lunch/Meet & Greet

                     12:15 to 12:30: John Pruett - ASHRAE TC presentation

                     12:30 to 2:00: Mick Schwedler - 50% AEDG for Large Hospitals presentation


Registration for the January 9, 2018 Meeting:


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