Resilient World Institute (RWI) E102 Introduction to HOT2000 Energy Modelling for New Homes (1 day)
This highly interactive course will focus on the multiple options permitted in order to comply with the SB12 energy standards for Ontario Building Code Part 9 New Homes. This class will cover both the performance path and calculated cost savings. Students will gain a deeper understanding of OBC SB12 requirements and learn the fundamentals about HOT2000 energy simulation using H2K version 11.7, in general mode. Full course description can be found here.
Course Presenter: Jack Zhou, Award winning energy modeller, veteran professional and one of the most sought after consultants in the field of home energy system design. Jack’s professional profile.
• Plans Reading
• Take Off & Data Collection
• Thermal Resistance Calculation
• SB12 Modelling Techniques & Requirements
• HOT2000 Energy Modelling Input Requirements
• H2K Report Reading
• Q & A
For more information please contact:
Leon Wasser, MBA, P.Eng.
Director, School of Energy, Resilient World Institute
firstname.lastname@example.org; (416) 473-4614
Cancellation & Refund Policy:
Canada Ontario Job Grant (COJG)
Our courses qualify for generous COJG skills development rebates for employed students. Businesses with fewer than 100 employees) qualify for 83% and businesses with 100 or more employees qualify for a 50% rebate. Public sector employers do not qualify for this rebate. Please note: COJG rebates must be applied for and approved by the program administrator prior to registering for our RWI classes. Our COJG application form is found at https://rwinstitute.ca/cojg-grant/. Please contact Lloyd Helferty, RWI Executive Director, (416) 855-2680 or email@example.com to assist you with application.