Minnesota Energy Efficiency Potential Study Webinar
Access webinar recording and slides. Study researchers presented on results and recommendations.
Accelerating Energy Performance in Large Buildings
Findings for how to build a community wide approach to reducing energy waste in large buildings.
Increasing Residential Boiler Efficiency
Rebecca Olson, and Ben Schoenbauer dive deeper into project findings and discuss quality installation and retrocommissioning best practices that can be integrated into utility conservation improvement programs.
Improving energy code compliance through support and assistance
Russ Landry, P.E., and Megan Hoye, gave an overview of this study, including scope, ideas behind the two pilot programs, and the energy impact findings of the two energy code pilot projects.
Demand Control Systems Deliver Efficiency in Commercial Hot Water Use
Technical overview of the effectiveness of new demand control systems to reduce heating and pumping costs from hot water circulation in hospitality and commercial venues.
Humidification Retrofits Deliver Residential Furnace Efficiency
A technical overview of the field assessment, measured energy savings, occupant feedback, and evaluation of cost-effectiveness of transport membrane humidifier (TMH) technology
Optimized Operation of Indoor Public Pool Facilities
Overview of the common existing conditions and circumstances that make pool facilities ripe for energy savings support.
Air Source Heat Pumps: Cost-Effective & Cold-Climate Ready
Webinar covering the results from CEE's research on air source heat pump performance in cold climates.
Small Embedded Data Center (SEDC) Pilot
We hear from lead researchers, Lester Shen (CEE), Janet Lynch-Eisenhut (WECC) and Jon Vanyo (MnTAP) about study findings, recommendations for utility services, and guidance for energy savings in the field.
The Ons & Offs of Energy Recovery Ventilation Effectiveness
A webinar covering final results of a study that characterized energy recovery systems in Minnesota commercial and institutional buildings, and identified common problems that diminish the effectiveness of ERVs.