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2022 Climate-Forward Efficiency Symposium – Day 1 – February 24, 2022

Date and time: Thursday, February 24, 2:30 PM – 4:00 PM ET

As states and utilities set ambitious decarbonization goals, the case for leveraging demand-side measures to reduce emissions is stronger than ever. The ways in which utility energy efficiency programs are designed, operated, and evaluated must evolve to ensure they are on […]

PV Valuation – How Solar PV Adds Value to Your Assets: Tuesday, February 1st


PV Valuation: How Solar PV Adds Value to Your Assets

Tuesday, February 1, 2022 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET

Rooftop solar is a common renewable energy strategy, and owners and operators are now exploring their potential financial benefits to the value of commercial and industrial properties. Learn from […]

Session Highlights: 2022 DOE-IES Solid-State Lighting Workshop

4 Days | 50+ Expert Speakers Join the U.S. Department of Energy and the Illuminating Engineering Society at the 19thannual Solid-State Lighting Workshop, January 31–February 3, 2022, where top lighting scientists and industry-thought leaders will gather to share progress, challenges, ideas, and solutions to shape the future of lighting.

Session Highlights Energy Savings from […]

Double Dose of Phius Webinars This Week!



Double Webinar Week at Phius! We are starting the 2022 webinar season off strong with two exciting programs this upcoming week.

This Tuesday, Jan. 11 at 5 p.m. CT is “Making Passive the Norm: Standardizing Specifications to Make Passive House Easily Adopted” featuring Lisa Goodwin Robbins and Ian Johnson. This widely applicable […]

New Developments in Air-to Water Heat Pumps Webinar November 2, 2021

New Developments in Air-to-Water Heat Pumps – Noon to 1 PM EDT – These systems are not your brother’s mini-split heat pump. There are air-to-water heat pumps which offer radiant heating, up to 100% of domestic hot water heating, and/or forced air heating and cooling. Most have a monobloc design which eliminates the need for […]

Webinar: Climate Change: Not Too Late?

What are the costs of inaction and what actions can receive national and global support? Bill McKibben will speak about our last best chance to rein in fossil fuels and preserve our planet. Bill McKibben, Professor of Environmental Studies, Middlebury College “We’re Behind at the Top of the Home Stretch, But Starting to Close.” So […]

Tuesday 6/29 at Noon – NY-GEO series – Electric Utility Embraces Geothermal Heating & Cooling

Description -This NY-GEO Webinar will feature Boyd Lee from the CKenergy Electric Cooperative in Oklahoma where they have installed over 1,300 free geothermal ground loops for their customers. Boyd will talk about changes in the market they observed and how this seemingly bold step has produced significant financial wins for the utility’s operations and […]

6/22 at Noon – NY-GEO series – CO2 as a Refrigerant

Description – In case you haven’t heard, CO2 refrigerant heat pumps have some very unique properties, including being one of the most environmentally friendly refrigerants available. Also, CO2 heat pumps can efficiently increase (i.e., lift) the temperature of water over 100F in one pass of the heat exchanger – which is well suited to […]

Tuesday 6/15 at Noon – NY-GEO series – Lower Global Warming Potential Refrigerants

Register here for the Tuesday at 12pm to 1pm, June 15th webinar on Lower Global Warming Potential Refrigerants- What Should We Expect?

Description – Recent federal and state hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerant legislation will require the HVAC industry to meet the growing call for environmental protection. This transition will have significant direct and indirect impacts […]

Tuesday 6/8 at Noon – NY-GEO series – Large Scale Systems

Description – By 2050 New York will need to convert the better part of 6 million buildings from fossil fuel systems to electric heat pumps. Research efforts from academia in collaboration with our national labs can provide us with the tools needed to address building electrification on a large scale. Dr. Spitler will discuss […]