Powered by the Energy Center of Wisconsin, we offer award-winning live event and online continuing education programs to 10,000 building professionals every year. more...
2011 Rich Media Impact Rapid ROI Award from Sonic Foundry. more...
2011 Inspiring Efficiency Award in Education from the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance. more... (pdf)
2010 Industry Partner Award from Meeting Professionals International-Wisconsin Chapter. See how we green our trainings.
2010 Rich Media Impact Global Reach Award from Sonic Foundry. video | press release
Energy Center University is an Authorized Provider for the American Institute of Architects, Illinois Society of Professional Engineers and the International Association for Continuing Education and Training.
Lighting and daylighting: design, controls and technology
May 22, 2013 • Chicago
Lighting can be a substantial part of a building's operating expenses, plus it is a rapidly evolving industry. This makes it essential to stay current on the latest design strategies, technologies and tools. Join us for an in-depth look at what's new in lighting and daylighting.
Efficient facility lighting for energy savings and productivity
June 4, 2013 • Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
June 5, 2013 • Madison, Wisconsin
The strengths and limitations of fluorescents, LEDs, induction, ceramic metal halide and vacancy and photocell sensors will be explored, as well as high bay lighting applications. These technologies will be evaluated in various situations within manufacturing, office, warehouse and healthcare facilities. Common area, safety, emergency and exterior lighting will also be discussed.
Healthcare facilities series
June 27, 2013 • Madison, Wisconsin
Designed for those who work to keep healthcare facility buildings operating smoothly, Energy efficient building systems in healthcare facilities will explore opportunities to improve the performance of various building components. We'll take an in-depth look at the energy-savings potential of HVAC, cooling, air handling, ventilation and hot-water systems. A one-hour social will follow this afternoon program; providing an opportunity for participants to connect with likeminded colleagues. Next, we will shift our discussions to the business side of energy management during our evening program, Energy economics in healthcare facilities. This portion of the education series is designed to bridge the gap between healthcare facility professionals and executives and utility representatives.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Subslab ventilation systems for moisture control
(originally broadcast 2.14.13)
Ventilation systems and the ASHRAE 62.2 standard
(originally broadcast 12.12.12)
Enhancements for new and existing RTUs
(originally broadcast 9.25.12)
Evolving lighting: technology and human factors
(originally broadcast 9.12.12)
eQUEST introduction: the design development wizard
Exploring LED lighting technology for facilities
>> View all online courses
ComEd and Nicor Gas Training Partnership
Energy Center University has partnered with ComEd and Nicor Gas to provide training for their customers in northern Illinois. more...