Episode 03: DOE Does Windows

Special guests Steve Selkowitz of Lawrence Berkeley National Lab and Marc Lafrance of the Department of Energy.

Hosted by Mic Patterson, PhD, LEED AP+, Ambassador of Innovation and Collaboration at the Facade Tectonics Institute

Learn more about how to get involved with the DOE: https://eere-exchange.energy.gov/

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Continuing Education (members only)

FTI members are eligible to earn one (1) AIA LU|HSW credit for this episode.

Learning objectives:

  1. Identify different programs sponsored by the Department of Energy, including the Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings program.
  2. Learn about the types of energy-saving products that have been tested by LBNL for use in residential and commercial buildings.
  3. Learn about the tools developed by LBL to model window performance, including Window, Therm, and Radiance.
  4. Recognize the challenges around consumer acceptance of high performance products.
  5. Consider the importance of collaboration between the fenestration industry and the Department of Energy.

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