13 Nov Four Key Steps to Meeting Energy Efficiency Requirements
This webinar will provide four key steps to tackling any regulatory challenge in the energy efficiency space and will identify the resources you need get into the biggest and newest regulated markets around the world.
The global market remains as fractured as ever on test methods and regulatory schemes. From the US’s triple-threat of the DOE, California Energy Commission, and the EPA, to the EU’s directives across the European continent, each agency looks totally different from the outside and can feel like a full plate individually let alone all together. How do you identify the needs of a new region? And is there a way to apply one set of principles in your energy efficiency program to stay on track? This webinar will provide four key steps to tackling any regulatory challenge in the energy efficiency space and will identify the resources you need get into the biggest and newest regulated markets around the world.
Killian Hart, Technical Team Lead, Intertek
Killian Hart has spent the past two years delving into the energy efficiency regulatory environment in North America, and the path from prototype to marked and compliant product. His directed focus in the narrow regulatory market makes him a valued resource in navigating the DoE, NRCan, CEC, and ENERGY STAR requirements for products. Killian holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Clarkson University.
Byron Horak, Director, HVAC Performance, Intertek
With more than 40 years of experience, Byron Horak’s responsibilities include developing and maintaining facilities and staff to stay on the cutting edge of the HVACR performance testing industry. He has participated in eight ASHRAE SPCs, four ASHRAE TCs, 5 ISO WGs, and is Secretariat of IEC SC61D Subcommittee for Appliances for Air Conditioning for Household and Similar Purposes IEC Standard 60335-2-40.
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