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Durable & Resilient Retrofits – Solving With Stone Wool Insulation - 1 LU/HSW
Globally, existing buildings account for approximately 30% of final energy demand and CO2 emissions. Typical renovation rates are 1-2% of the building stock per year, with an average energy use intensity (EUI) reduction of less than 15%. However, to reach sustainable development and climate targets, EUI reductions should be between 30-50%. In addition to energy and emissions conservations, building retrofits improve occupant health and comfort. In many cases, existing buildings are poorly insulated and leaky, resulting in excess heat loss and reduced thermal comfort. Mechanical systems are often outdated and inefficient, requiring consistent maintenance. With spending most of our time indoors, indoor
health and comfort can be a priceless attribute that can be crucial for building renewal investment. This course will review core concepts to consider when implementing energy conservation measures through retrofit & renovation; Three unique case studies are provided to highlight the complexity of renovations and look at the ever-present challenges of extreme weather events.

Dec 7, 2022 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Denise Alvera
Architectural Manager, North Central USA @ROCKWOOL
Senior representative specializing in building envelope science. Dedicated to consulting the architectural community on technical and systems applications, code compliance for acoustics, fire, thermal, and moisture. Active member of AIA Northeast Illinois chapter, the Building Enclosure Council MN, MI, IL, IA, IN, WI chapters and committee member of CSI Chicago chapter. ROCKWOOL is proud to be a member of RAiNA.