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Building Electrification Strategies is an intensive 2-day course for professionals in sustainability, environmental management, and decarbonization. This program is meticulously crafted to empower participants with the technical expertise needed to identify, implement, and optimize building electrification strategies for enhanced sustainability.
Day one delves into the "Fundamentals of Electrification," exploring reasons for adoption, GHG implications, and operational costs. It guides participants in developing a comprehensive action plan, covering prioritization and cost/benefit considerations. Day two focuses on the "Implementation Phase," providing practical insights into processes, equipment selection, and workforce mobilization. This day ensures hands-on knowledge for a smooth transition to electrification.
By the end of the course, participants will be well-equipped to contribute significantly to reducing carbon footprints and advancing sustainability goals through the successful implementation of building electrification strategies.
This course is relevant to anyone involved in facility management, operations management and planning, or sustainability planning. It is especially valuable to those tasked with identifying and implementing decarbonization projects in commercial, industrial, multi-unit residential, and institutional buildings.
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