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Published on Jul 20, 2018
Do you like the idea of running your life on renewable energy? Of course, you do! To do that, you pretty much have to make everything in your life run on electricity, since we're really only good at making renewable electricity. This course will show the 7 steps to Electrify Everything in your life. Bonus - 1 lucky attendee will win a copy of Nate's new book "The Home Comfort Book"
Continuing Education Units (CEUS) 1 hour in
Green Building Certificate Institute (GBCI) Building Performance Institute (BPI) NonWholeHouse American Institute of Architects - AIA (HSW) Certified Green Professional (NARI & CGP) Certified GreenHome Professional (CGHP) AIBD State Architect / Builder License may be applicable HERS Rater
What order to tackle "Electrify Everything" in. The single largest barrier to home electrification. What's required to electrify heating in your home. How to talk about electrification to all of your friends.
Nate Adams is the author of The Home Comfort Book, a homeowner guide to Building Science and how their home really works so they can solve root causes of comfort, health, moisture, and efficiency problems.
Nate is also the co-founder of Energy Smart Home Performance, a practice which helps homeowners solve these problems effectively. This leads to very happy consumers, you can read their comments and how the projects were done in Energy Smart’s detailed case studies.
Nate has written or spoken at numerous venues. He has written for the Journal of Light Construction, Green Building Advisor, GreenTech Media, CleanTechnica, Energy Vanguard, and more.
He has spoken for The Department of Energy, Ohio State University, Hiram College, IAQ Radio, The Energy Gang podcast, the HVAC School podcast, the Building HVAC Science podcast, The Home Performance Coalition, Habitat X, and more.
Nate loves to make homes ready for the next 100 years by Electrifying Everything and removing gas meters so homes can run on renewable energy. These homes are also comfortable, healthy, long lasting, and efficient.