Learning Objectives

1. Accurately define net zero energy, net zero electricity, and net zero emissions.
2. Describe how the State of California’s policy goals are influencing net zero building design.
3. Apply the concepts of both embodied emissions and operating emissions in their design process.
4. Use a design phase-based checklist to avoid pitfalls in net-zero projects.

Comments

Great course. Learned a lot. Shows how our choices are interconnected and impact the built environment.

Seema

well presented by the presenter

John

Very informative

Cynthy

Lots of information to absorb in one hour. Good introduction.

BEN

The lecturer was very well prepared on her subject of ZNE. It shows that she knows much from her 17 years of experience in this field.

Charles

Very informative

Andy

Excellent presentation and comprehensive background to concepts of ZNE. Fast presentation- my pen was flying.

Ann

Excellent webinar. Well documented and presented.

Galen

generally useful basic information.

Frederick

No comment

Dale

Very good intro course.

Jack

good overview of Calif

Beth

Good overview of Net Zero.

Michael

Electricity is great. I moved into an a "Gold Star" All Electric Home in 1964. We, as in everyone, especially NZE's, shouldn't get lost in an all electricity goal. Face reality; wind and solar wont power the world and bring people out of poverty. I agree, we need to be proper stewards of our planet.

Charles

great presentation. thank you

Vivian

Very clear and, even though an introductory course, packed with information. I enjoyed it!

Janet

What, exactly, does “net zero” mean to an architect? A high-level introduction.

$25

This class will define net zero across time, including the State of California’s present definition. We will cover key aspects of planning a net zero project, along with some thoughts about communicating with clients about the effect of the State’s policy goals on their building design. We’ll also offer some cost case studies and research from various sources, and conclude with resources for deeper exploration.

Credits: 1 AIA HSW + 1 GBCI (USGBC/CAGBC) + 1 AIBD Primary + 1 Net Zero (ZNCD) + 1 Sustainable Design + 1 AIBC Core LU + 1 AAA Structured LU + 1 OAA, OAQ, SAA, MAA, AAPEI, NWTAA

Length: 1 hour


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What, exactly, does “net zero” mean to an architect? A high-level introduction.

$25

This class will define net zero across time, including the State of California’s present definition. We will cover key aspects of planning a net zero project, along with some thoughts about communicating with clients about the effect of the State’s policy goals on their building design. We’ll also offer some cost case studies and research from various sources, and conclude with resources for deeper exploration.

Credits: 1 AIA HSW + 1 GBCI (USGBC/CAGBC) + 1 AIBD Primary + 1 Net Zero (ZNCD) + 1 Sustainable Design + 1 AIBC Core LU + 1 AAA Structured LU + 1 OAA, OAQ, SAA, MAA, AAPEI, NWTAA

Length: 1 hour


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Learning Objectives

1. Accurately define net zero energy, net zero electricity, and net zero emissions.
2. Describe how the State of California’s policy goals are influencing net zero building design.
3. Apply the concepts of both embodied emissions and operating emissions in their design process.
4. Use a design phase-based checklist to avoid pitfalls in net-zero projects.

Comments

Great course. Learned a lot. Shows how our choices are interconnected and impact the built environment.

Seema

well presented by the presenter

John

Very informative

Cynthy

Lots of information to absorb in one hour. Good introduction.

BEN

The lecturer was very well prepared on her subject of ZNE. It shows that she knows much from her 17 years of experience in this field.

Charles

Very informative

Andy

Excellent presentation and comprehensive background to concepts of ZNE. Fast presentation- my pen was flying.

Ann

Excellent webinar. Well documented and presented.

Galen

generally useful basic information.

Frederick

No comment

Dale

Very good intro course.

Jack

good overview of Calif

Beth

Good overview of Net Zero.

Michael

Electricity is great. I moved into an a "Gold Star" All Electric Home in 1964. We, as in everyone, especially NZE's, shouldn't get lost in an all electricity goal. Face reality; wind and solar wont power the world and bring people out of poverty. I agree, we need to be proper stewards of our planet.

Charles

great presentation. thank you

Vivian

Very clear and, even though an introductory course, packed with information. I enjoyed it!

Janet