How to Help Clients Meet Their Sustainability Goals

Inflation reduction act, sustainability and HVACR, clean rooms, infrastructure
Provided by Engineered Systems

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify ways to work sustainability into HVAC design.
  2. Discuss ways to help clients improve sustainability while reducing costs.
  3. Explore the government incentives that help reach sustainability goals.
  4. Incorporate new tools that increase sustainability without sacrificing other requirements.


1.25 AIA LU/Elective
1.25 PDH
1.25 PDH*
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Below are a set of links to articles from Engineered Systems. Click on each link below to read the articles and then complete the quiz to earn your credit and certificate of completion.

Sustainability grows increasingly important to the builders and operators of commercial buildings of all types. Today, there are many new tools and government incentives to help reach these sustainability goals while still controlling costs. This course will increase an engineer’s awareness of these tools and incentives.

The Path to Energy Responsible Pharma Cleanrooms
Cleanrooms require the movement and filtering of air to remain clean, and lots of it. Here's what you need to know about it.
Chris Case

Embedding Sustainability, Resilience and Equity into Asset Management Programs
Three key considerations in developing an organizational framework and philosophy for asset management that balances social, financial, and environmental outcomes.
David Sklar

Johnson Controls Identifies Regulations, Efficiency, and Sustainability among the Industry’s Top Trends
Johnson Controls explores the issues shaping the HVAC industry and shares best practices contractors and buildings managers can take now to meet these evolving industry standards.

Engineers React to the Inflation Reduction Act
Exploring the provisions that matter most to the commercial comfort engineering sector
Herb Woerpel

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Engineered Systems Engineered Systems (ES) Magazine promotes energy-efficient solutions for high-performance buildings by offering insights and news for mechanical consulting and facility engineers. ES authors draw from current trends and practical successes in the design, maintenance, and commissioning of HVAC and building automation systems. Whether for a retrofit or new construction, ES delivers new ideas to help your commercial, institutional, mission critical, and government buildings achieve LEED and Energy Star certification. ES is written by engineers for engineers.


Originally published in July 2023