1 AIA HSW Learning Unit (GHT-ME-012720)
1 GBCI CE Hour (920021824)
Since 2018, the District of Columbia has committed to aggressive sustainability goals, including cutting DC’s greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2032. This course, led by Senior Principal Jeffrey Salay and Sustainable Programs Manager Meghan McAvoy, provides an overview of recent legislation, from the Clean Energy DC Act and the District’s Department of Energy and the Environment (DOEE) standards to renewable energy and carbon neutrality.
This course also describes the changes coming for DC building owners with the introduction of the BEPS program and how existing buildings will be impacted by these new requirements. Lastly, our instructors will introduce the compliance pathways and provide updates from the latest BEPS Task Force Meetings.
- Learning Objective 1: Understand recent legislation passed by the District in support of 2032 Energy Goals.
- Learning Objective 2: Articulate changes coming to the District of Columbia’s buildings’ energy performance standards.
- Learning Objective 3: Understand the pathways to compliance for DC building owners and be able to articulate the differences between performance versus prescriptive pathways.
- Learning Objective 4: Plan for changing client needs and new project types in the District of Columbia
GHT provides building operations consulting and energy benchmarking services for commercial and multi-family building clients. For more information and to schedule a session in your office, please contact Susan Dawson at email@example.com.