Homayoun Khatami

Energy Efficiency, a transition to a low-carbon and sustainable economy

Sat Jun 23 2018 21:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Sustainable living has become a "norm" in the 21st century and energy conservation is one major pillar of transforming into such living environment. In this presentation, the energy management topic will be addressed in a holistic way. The BC regulations and industry standards are briefly discussed and practical energy conservation measures will be presented with the academic and professional attendees in an interactive fashion. Sustainable living has become a "norm" in the 21st century and energy conservation is one major pillar of transforming into such living environment. In this presentation, the energy management topic will be addressed in a holistic way. The BC regulations and industry standards are briefly discussed and practical energy conservation measures will be presented with the academic and professional attendees in an interactive fashion.

Location:

851 West Queens Road North Vancouver, British Columbia V7N

About the Speaker:

Homayoun Khatami is an experienced energy engineer and a P.Eng. Who has 21 years of experience in energy and related sectors. He is currently the project manager and technical lead at Stantec company working on several energy and sustainability projects across Canada. Site energy assessment, energy modeling, mechanical, electrical and controls systems optimization, carbon neutral and design recommendations, and systems commissioning are amongst the major deliverables in those projects. Homayoun is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and Certified Passive House Designer (CPHD) and has completed over 60 energy audits and studies with significant savings in large commercial, residential and industrial facilities. He is the BC Hydro and Fortis BC approved energy service provider. Besides his engineering academic degree, Homayoun graduated in Bachelors and Masters in Economics.

Register Here:

IEBCA Office:
708-1641 Lonsdale Ave. North Vancouver, BC V7M 2J5
E-mail: info@iebca.ca

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