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Happy April! We hope you are all staying safe and healthy. With staff out of the office, now is a great time to start thinking about your upcoming energy projects. Let us know how we can help!
Response to COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected us all. We understand that this is a challenging time for you and your staff and that projects may have been delayed or suspended. During this time, we are still here to assist you virtually with any current or upcoming energy projects. Whatever your needs may be, our team is flexible and eager to help you meet your energy saving goals.
Are you working on any projects that you might want to discuss? As a reminder, the Chicago Energy Benchmarking deadline is approaching. Contact us at 312-265-3971 or firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.
At Home Energy Saving Tips
Upcoming Energy Code Training
The Smart Energy Design Assistance Center (SEDAC) is a public-private partnership between 360 Energy Group and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The SEDAC team regularly offers in-person workshops to help code officials, construction professionals, design professionals and more understand and comply with the latest Illinois Energy Conservation Code. Due to social distancing efforts, SEDAC has moved their upcoming workshops online. We hope you can attend our two-part online workshop later this month!
"Top 40 Requirements You Should Know: 2018 IECC," Part 1 (Commercial Envelope & Commercial Lighting) When: April 23, 2020 9am - 10:30am
"Top 40 Requirements You Should Know: 2018 IECC," Part 2 (Commercial HVAC & Residential) When: April 30, 2020 1pm - 2:30pm
The Social Media Corner
GrEEn Screen - EVs with Bryan Tillman
The latest rendition of our 360 GrEEn Screen is here! Our Project Manager, Bryan Tillman, answers all of your pressing EV questions. Check out the full video here.
How HVAC Maintenance can Affect the Spread of Infectious Diseases
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, experts are looking at how building design and maintenance can impact the spread of infectious diseases. Optimizing HVAC systems and improving ventilation may be able to slow the spread of common airborne illnesses. Read here.