Diagnostics & Audits
2018 HPC National Conference Session
Unintended consequences arise from every change. To help limit troublesome unintended consequences, Weatherization and Building Performance professionals are bombarded with diagnostic testing requirements and results. Is this leading to better workscopes and results? This panel is focused on discussing various diagnostic testing models as well as the knowledge of field professionals to use the results. How likely is it that the chosen remedied will be successful? Are there other alternatives identified by the diagnostic testing results that may be more effective, less costly, and limit other unintended consequences?
The EnergySmart Academy @ Santa Fe Community College
Bill started in the construction industry in 2001. Since then his roles have evolved from new construction to HERS rating to weatherization to training to program design and implementation. Currently, Bill is the Lead Trainer for the EnergySmart Academy @ Santa Fe Community College and Energy Advisor to the PNM Multifamily Energy Efficiency Program.
Director of Residential Programs
Center for Energy and Environment
Rebecca Olson is the Director of Residential Programs at the Center for Energy and Environment in MN where she oversees home energy programs. She has over 11 years of experience in the energy efficiency field and has been teaching home energy since 2009 to building science professionals, contractors, and utility partners. Rebecca currently serves as the Chair of the BPI Standards Technical Committee and is the previous President and Secretary for the Minnesota Building Performance Association. She has presented at many conferences nationwide including ACI's Home Performance Conference, ACEEE Hot Water Forum, and the Forum on Dry Climate Home Performance.
Thursday, April 26
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
J has earned a strong national reputation for bringing together high-tech training tools and effective training skills. He delivers training that sticks for students in classroom, lab, online and field venues. Since the beginning of 2009 he has trained hundreds of instructors, energy auditors, quality control inspectors and crew members from around North America. He’s been involved at Federal, state, and local levels delivering building performance training, developing curriculum, performing building research, facilitating working groups and implementing process improvement strategies.
He's available for weddings and bar mitzvahs.
Wednesday, April 25
3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
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