Check out recordings of some of our past training sessions, and register for upcoming ones! Do you have a topic you’d like to see covered? Connect with us!

Building Decarbonization 101

How is decarbonization different from efficiency? Why are buildings so important? What’s all this about electrification? Join our Co-Director Jacob Serfling, Manager of Building Policy and Technology, for this overview of Building Decarbonization, and why it’s so critical to do well and to do equitably.

Recorded February 24, 2022.

Environmental and Climate Justice 101

We talk a lot about Environmental and Climate Justice. This training will dive into the nuts and bolts of understanding the movement, policy efforts, and practical steps to achieve justice. How do we put them into practice? Join us to learn and reflect on some of the core principles of our movement. Facilitated by Marnese Jackson, Co-Director of the Midwest Building Decarbonization Coalition.

Recorded October 6, 2022

2022 Equity Summit Sessions Playlist

Check out this playlist of multiple workshops and sessions from the 2022 Equity Summit, including the Leading Black Women in Decarbonization Roundtable, Moving Communities Forward and Implementing Campaigns, Inflation Reduction Act, Justice40, and other Federal Policies, Community Engagement to Ownership, Connecting Reparations and Land Back, and more!

Recorded November 2 – 4, 2022

Heat Pump and Contractors Training

Homeowners are sometimes talked out of heat pumps by contractors or do not find support from local organizations and utilities that might provide information to help make decisions or provide incentives to choose a heat pump when available. To help grow our wealth of knowledge on heat pumps, Dan Wildenhaus is joining us from CEE (Center for Energy and Environment), where he provides Building Science and HVAC consultation, technical management, market channel development, and training and presentation services for a variety of programs across the country.

Folks who attend this training will end up: 1. Better informed about what types of heat pumps are available and the applications where they make sense. 2. Better suited to converse with contractors on what they want, why they want it, and exude the confidence necessary to ensure a proper installation happens.

Recorded October 27, 2022

False Solutions: A Deep Dive on Hydrogen and RNG in Buildings

Can we replace fossil gas with hydrogen? What’s the deal with “renewable natural gas”? Join us to get clear on some of the solutions that will work, might work, or simply will not work.

Recorded July 14, 2022.