Historically, there is considerable uncertainty about how well products newly introduced to the marketplace actually perform. That's why researchers at Silicon Valley Power partnered with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to test a new water and space heating combination system that boasts the capability to decrease peak demand for customers, reduce climate impact, and increase energy efficiency. Join DEED on April 18 at 2:00 PM EDT to hear what the researchers experienced when putting the system, which uses a CO2 heat pump water heater that also serves as a space heater, into a controlled field demonstration and discuss how your utility might be able to encourage customers to use a similar system to reduce peak load demand and increase efficiency.
Who Should Attend?
- Utility engineering staff
- Energy efficiency professionals
- Key accounts staff
- Mary Medeiros-McEnroe, Public Benefit Program Manager, Silicon Valley Power
- Cheryn Metzger, Senior Research Engineer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
- No charge for DEED members. To find out if you are a DEED member, click here.
- $99 for members
- $199 for nonmembers
- You will need a username and password to register. If you need assistance, please contact us.
- Log-in information for each webinar will be sent out the morning of the event (around 10:30 a.m. Eastern). If you do not receive the reminder email, please contact Jack Miller 202-467-2942 [email protected].
- Registration is for one phone line and one computer. If you have multiple employees participating in this webinar from the same organization and all are in the same location, it is permissible to have multiple people listen in via speaker phone.
- Attendees can also use voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) when they log into the webinar, as an alternative to using their phone line. This option allows participants to play the webinar audio through their computer’s microphone and speakers.
- This webinar is worth 1.2 CPE/.1 CEU/1 PDH credits
- The completion certificate is only available to the person who registered for the webinar and attendance is confirmed by the webinar report log.
- Links to all presentations and an audio recording will be sent out 1-2 days after the webinar occurs.
Submit Questions in Advance
To ensure topics of interest are covered sufficiently, we encourage registrants to submit topics and questions prior to the webinar. Please submit questions/topics to [email protected].
Contact Jack Miller, DEED Program Assistant, at 202-467-2942 or [email protected].