Energy Trust of Oregon presents: Building Better Energy Modelers
Join Energy Trust of Oregon for an insightful presentation by energy modeling professional and educator Megan Tosh, who will share tactics for energy modelers looking to improve their skills and for employers wishing to build a team of top modelers. Megan will discuss specific strategies and recommend supporting materials for more effective energy modeling.
As design teams increasingly rely on modeling results to inform decisions, energy modelers have an opportunity to impact how people think about building energy usage. How can we advance our industry and our technical skills at the same time? How can we demonstrate the value of performance-based modeling to our clients? Drawing on the inspiration that called many to energy modeling in the first place, this Building Energy Simulation Forum focuses on helping energy modelers apply their unique skills to problems facing the building industry today.
Megan Tosh, PE, BEMP, LEED AP BD+C
Megan is a product manager at Integrated Environmental Solutions, Ltd. (IES) and an adjunct instructor at the University of Portland. For nearly 15 years, she has advocated for sustainable building design with a focus on energy modeling. She is an expert in simulating advanced mechanical systems and demonstrates lasting commitment to her industry in her volunteer efforts. Working on global projects, she has hands-on experience with how varying climate, construction standards, and design strategies impact building performance. Megan brings her experience in communicating complex concepts in digestible ways to all aspects of her career.
Wednesday, August 21
Presentation: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Q&A 1:00 – 1:15 p.m.
Lunch will be provided.
Continuing education credits available for self-reporting.
721 Northwest 9th Avenue, 2nd Floor, Billy Frank Jr. Conference Center Portland, OR 97209
Kriya Kaping, market outreach specialist,
Energy Trust New Buildings, [email protected]
Cover image courtesy Energy Trust of Oregon.