Lighting Design Lab hosts Hot Water Series

September 10, 2021

(posted on behalf of ID+CL partner, Lighting Design Lab of Seattle)

Seattle City Light has contracted with D&R International and Ecotope to deliver an instructor-led virtual Commercial Heat Pump Water Heating educational series starting in September, hosted by LDL, and having deliveries go through Q1 2022. We are taking registrants on the education page of the LDL website (below).

9/15: Introduction to Central Systems for Heat Pump Water Heating (Part 1): The Whys and Hows of Heat Pump Water Heater Systems for Multifamily and Commercial Applications

9/16: Introduction to Central Systems for Heat Pump Water Heating (Part 2): How to Select and Design a Heat Pump Water Heater System in Your Next Multifamily or Commercial Project

Wondered How You’re Going to Meet New Codes Re: Heat Pump Water Heaters? City Light Is Bringing In the Experts

Central heat pump water heating systems are a game-changing technology that makes it possible to meet new electrification codes for commercial and multifamily buildings while improving energy efficiency and supporting demand response. Lighting Design Lab and Seattle City Light are announcing a new education series for engineers, building owners and operators, developers, architects, and policymakers that will cover the economic, energy, and environmental benefits of these systems, how they work, and key considerations for design, installation, and operation. This virtual, instructor-led course is developed and delivered by D+R International and Ecotope with the support of the Advanced Water Heating Initiative (AWHI), a national all-of-industry collaboration working to make heat pump technology universal in water heating applications.

Note- LDL is now an AIA Continuing Education Services Provider. All our Courses are available for 1 or 2 AIA LUs (See course description for actual credits).

Armando Berdiel Chavez, M.Eng., LC
Technical Development Supervisor | LIGHTING DESIGN LAB
M: 206-475-2722 |