• 17 Sep 2021
    • 9:00 AM
    • 01 Oct 2021
    • 5:00 PM
    • www.rwinistitute.ca/e106


    LEARN TO BECOME AN ENERGY ADVISOR


    Canada Greener Homes

    Energy Advisor Foundation Exam Training

    Registered EnerGuide Energy Advisors are becoming highly valued professionals across Canada, especially for the housing sector.

    Natural Resources Canada created and administers the Registered Energy Advisor program to ensure that Canada has the professionals it needs to guide the housing sector to an energy-conserving low-carbon future. Currently the federal government is hoping to see an additional 2,000 individuals trained for this profession.

    Developers and home builders need Registered EnerGuide Energy Advisors to oversee the energy performance of their projects in order to achieve the highly coveted EnergyStar rating.

    Homeowners that want to qualify for the new $5,000 Canada Greener Home Grant program, and other similar homeowner energy incentives, need their house to be assessed in advance by a Registered EnerGuide Energy Advisors, and then inspected by the Advisor after completion to receive their grant.

    Training programs for prospective Registered EnerGuide Energy Advisors, and current practitioners who want to upgrade their skills:

    E106 Energy Advisor Foundation Exam Training is a three day course to prepare students for the mandatory NRCan Energy Advisor Foundation Exam.

    Following successful completion of the Energy Advisor Foundation Exam, students can advance to take our three day E206 Energy Advisor Exam Training to prepare them for this even more rigorous NRCan exam. Students who pass this exam are designated as Registered EnerGuide Energy Advisors and are fully qualified to perform in any designated role for this profession.

    Register for E106 Energy Advisor Foundation Exam Training:

    Three Consecutive Fridays: Sept 17 & 24 + Oct  1, 2021

    Trainer: Jack Zhou: Mr. Zhou was the recipient of the Evaluator of the Year 2016 Award presented by EnerQuality Corporation. He holds a Bachelor of Architectural Science degree from Ryerson University. Full Bio Email: jack@rwinstitute.ca

    For More Information Please Contact: 

    Leon Wasser, MBA, P.Eng., Director, School of Energy, Resilient World Institute, leon@rwinstitute.ca; (416) 473-4614

    • 30 Sep 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • www.rwinstitute.ca/e108



    RENEWABLE ENERGY & ENERGY STORAGE

    Resilient World Institute's one day E108 Renewable Energy and Energy Storage seminar explores both the technologies used in Ontario as well as technology trends and the regulatory and policy frameworks that underpin the use of these innovative technologies.

    This wide-ranging course is designed for professionals involved in the energy sector including consulting engineers, equipment manufacturers and distributors, contractors, major power users and energy consultants.

    Topics to be covered in this course include:

    • Introduction to green energy and energy storage technologies used in Canada
    • Discussion of regulations and issues related to renewable energy storage
    • Course designed for new buildings and existing facilities
    • Energy, sustainability and ESG strategies for companies and professionals
    • Endorsed by the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association

    Register for Renewable Energy & Energy Storage: Thursday, Sept 30, 2021

    Professional Development Credit Hours: CEUs: 1.4 , PDHs: 14

    Trainer: Steven Law, P.Eng.: Steven is a recognized expert on both renewable energy and energy storage technologies and regulatory issues related to renewable energy in Ontario. Steven’s professional profile Contact: steven@rwinstitute.ca


    For More Information Please Contact: 

    Leon Wasser, MBA, P.Eng.; Director, School of Energy

    Resilient World Institute, (416) 473-4614, leon@rwinstitute.ca

    • 08 Oct 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Resilient World Institute - Online


    TRAIN TO BECOME AN ENERGY MODELER

    INTRODUCTORY HOT2000 ENERGY MODELING

    FOR NEW & EXISTING HOMES

    HOT2000, also known as H2K, is the energy modeling software developed by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) to perform energy modeling for new and existing single family homes.

    HOT2000 is used for the design of all high performance new houses in Canada including those designed to comply with EnergyStar for New Homes.

    While used across Canada, in Ontario HOT2000 is of particular relevance to homes built in accordance with SB12, the Sustainable Building energy performance requirements of Part 9 of the Ontario Building Code, the standard for single family homes.

    HOT2000 is also being used for assessing the energy status of existing homes under the new Canada Greener Homes Program which offers Canadian homeowners grants of up to $5,0000 for approved energy retrofits.

    Our one day E102 Introductory HOT2000 Energy Energy Modeling for New and Existing Homes provides a basic understanding of this modeling tool including how the modeling works and the codes and standards that are referenced and used to create and interpret Hot2000 standards. This course is ideal for architects, developers and government officials who need to be able use the data generated for new and existing houses.

    E202 Advanced HOT2000 Energy Modeling for New and Existing Homes is a two day in depth application of this modeling tool for the design and optimization of a single family home. Students of this class should be able to produce and then refine the design of a home in order to optimize its energy performance.

    Register for E102 Introductory Hot2000 Energy Modeling for New & Existing Homes

    Register for E202 Advanced Hot200 Energy Modeling for New & Existing Homes

    Click here for Full Course Description

    Course Instructor: Jack Zhou Full Bio

    For more information please contact: 

    Leon Wasser, MBA, P.Eng.

    Director, School of Energy, Resilient World Institute

    leon@rwinstitute.ca; (416) 473-4614


    Cancellation & Refund Policy:

    http://rwinstitute.ca/course-information/cancellations-refunds/

    Canada Ontario Job Grant (COJG)

    Our courses qualify for generous COJG skills development rebates for employed students. Businesses with fewer than 100 employees) qualify for 83% and businesses with 100 or more employees qualify for a 50% rebate. Public sector employers do not qualify for this rebate. Please note: COJG rebates must be applied for and approved by the program administrator prior to registering for our RWI classes. Our COJG application form is found at https://rwinstitute.ca/cojg-grant/. Please contact Lloyd Helferty, RWI Executive Director, (416) 855-2680 or training@rwinstitute.ca to assist you with application.


    • 14 Oct 2021
    • 9:00 AM
    • 15 Oct 2021
    • 5:00 PM
    • Resilient World Institute - Online


    TRAIN TO BECOME AN ENERGY MODELER

    INTRODUCTORY HOT2000 ENERGY MODELING

    FOR NEW & EXISTING HOMES

    HOT2000, also known as H2K, is the energy modeling software developed by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) to perform energy modeling for new and existing single family homes.

    HOT2000 is used for the design of all high performance new houses in Canada including those designed to comply with EnergyStar for New Homes.

    While used across Canada, in Ontario HOT2000 is of particular relevance to homes built in accordance with SB12, the Sustainable Building energy performance requirements of Part 9 of the Ontario Building Code, the standard for single family homes.

    HOT2000 is also being used for assessing the energy status of existing homes under the new Canada Greener Homes Program which offers Canadian homeowners grants of up to $5,0000 for approved energy retrofits.

    Our one day E102 Introductory HOT2000 Energy Energy Modeling for New and Existing Homes provides a basic understanding of this modeling tool including how the modeling works and the codes and standards that are referenced and used to create and interpret Hot2000 standards. This course is ideal for architects, developers and government officials who need to be able use the data generated for new and existing houses.

    E202 Advanced HOT2000 Energy Modeling for New and Existing Homes is a two day in depth application of this modeling tool for the design and optimization of a single family home. Students of this class should be able to produce and then refine the design of a home in order to optimize its energy performance.

    Register for E102 Introductory Hot2000 Energy Modeling for New & Existing Homes (1 Day) Friday, Oct 8, 2021

    Register for E202 Advanced Hot200 Energy Modeling for New & Existing Homes (2 Days) Thursday & Friday, Oct 14 & 15

    Click here for Full Course Description

    Course Instructor: Jack ZhouMr. Zhou was the recipient of the Evaluator of the Year 2016 Award presented by EnerQuality Corporation. He holds a Bachelor of Architectural Science degree from Ryerson University. Full Bio

    For more information please contact: 

    Leon Wasser, MBA, P.Eng.,  Director, School of Energy

    Resilient World Institute, leon@rwinstitute.ca, (416) 473-4614


    • 21 Oct 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • www.rwinstitute.ca


    INTRODUCTORY SMART BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES

    New technologies are being used to manage and optimize an increasing range of operations in buildings of all sizes and types. Once limited to only the largest and most complex of buildings, new and innovative technologies are being applied to a wide range of building functions, especially those related to power consumption.

    Resilient World Institute is pleased to offer two new one day smart building courses. E109 Introductory Smart Building Technologies will introduce students to building automation fundamentals including types of systems, communication protocols and integration. It will provide an overview of the design and implementation process for Building Automation Systems (BAS) leading to an understanding of what to include, life cycle economics for each system and utility incentives that may be available. Other topics to be covered include emerging applications such as:

    • Human Machine Interface, Remote Access, Fault Detection
    • Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
    • Emerging Energy Conservation and Indoor Environmental Strategies
    • Reference codes and standards and rating systems applicable to BAS

    In our E209 Advanced Smart Building Technologies the following additional topics will be covered:

    • What are the new building automation systems, programs and features post pandemic and with the new generation of occupants
    • How do these new systems contribute to green, energy efficient and sustainable building objectives?
    • Overview of the design and implementation process for making Smart Buildings
    • Understanding what to include life cycle economics for these additional building automation (BAS) applications and systems
    • Emerging Applications – Digital Twins, Way Finding, Renewable Energy, Indoor Environmental Quality, Remote and Hybrid Work
    • Smart Building Certification programs and rating systems

    Endorsed by the Continental Automated Building Association (CABA)

    Course Instructor: David Katz Full Bio

    Register for E109 Introductory Smart Building Technologies: Sept 21, 2021

    Register for E209 Advanced Smart Building Technologies: Oct 21, 2021

    For More Information Please Contact:

    Leon Wasser, MBA, P.Eng., Director, School of Energy, Resilient World Institute

    leon@rwinstitute.ca,  (416) 473-4614


    • 27 Oct 2021
    • Ontario Sustainable Energy Association

    PLEASE HOLD THE DATE FOR THE BIGGEST

    SUSTAINABLE ENERGY ASSOCIATION OF THE YEAR

    GREEN ENERGY DOORS OPEN - GEDO 2021

    • 01 Nov 2021
    • 03 Nov 2021


    At this point, we are planning a face-to-face event for Scaling Up 2021. But whether we are virtual or live, we can promise that Canada’s annual international industrial bioeconomy business conference will again bring together top drawer speakers from Europe, the UK, the US, Canada, and beyond.

    In May 2020, the consultancy McKinsey Global reported that bioeconomy applications available today “could have direct economic impact of up to $4 trillion a year over the next ten to 20 years. More than half could be in domains such as agriculture and food, consumer products and services, and materials and energy production.”

    In other words, the potential for the industrial bioeconomy by 2030 is $2 trillion Per Year. And that does not take into account applications yet to emerge due to breakthroughs in the science over the next decade.

    With 348 million hectares of forests, and over 60 million hectares in agriculture, Canada has a world leading opportunity to capture a material portion of that $2 trillion market. How Canada will take advantage of this emerging and competitive space is part of what will be assessed at Scaling Up 2021.

    Governments have a critical role to play in setting a policy framework that enables innovation to become commercially available such that companies can capture a portion of this bioeconomy market. Some of the globe’s leading proponents in the cleantech, environment, industrial bioeconomy, and government policy domain will address this opportunity. 

    I look forward to seeing you there.
    – Jeff Passmore, Scaling Up Founder & Chair
    • 05 Nov 2021
    • 9:00 AM
    • 19 Nov 2021
    • 5:00 PM
    • www.rwinistitute.ca/e106


    LEARN TO BECOME AN ENERGY ADVISOR


    Canada Greener Homes

    Energy Advisor Exam Training

    Registered EnerGuide Energy Advisors are becoming highly valued professionals across Canada, especially for the housing sector.

    Natural Resources Canada created and administers the Registered Energy Advisor program to ensure that Canada has the professionals it needs to guide the housing sector to an energy-conserving low-carbon future. Currently the federal government is hoping to see an additional 2,000 individuals trained for this profession.

    Developers and home builders need Registered EnerGuide Energy Advisors to oversee the energy performance of their projects in order to achieve the highly coveted EnergyStar rating.

    Homeowners that want to qualify for the new $5,000 Canada Greener Home Grant program, and other similar homeowner energy incentives, need their house to be assessed in advance by a Registered EnerGuide Energy Advisors, and then inspected by the Advisor after completion to receive their grant.

    Training programs for prospective Registered EnerGuide Energy Advisors, and current practitioners who want to upgrade their skills:

    E106 Energy Advisor Foundation Exam Training is a three day course to prepare students for the mandatory NRCan Energy Advisor Foundation Exam.

    Following successful completion of the Energy Advisor Foundation Exam, students can advance to take our three day E206 Energy Advisor Exam Training to prepare them for this even more rigorous NRCan exam. Students who pass this exam are designated as Registered EnerGuide Energy Advisors and are fully qualified to perform in any designated role for this profession.

    Register for E206 Energy Advisor Exam Training:

    Three Successive Fridays: Nov 5, 12 & 19, 2021

    Trainer: Jack Zhou: Mr. Zhou was the recipient of the Evaluator of the Year 2016 Award presented by EnerQuality Corporation. He holds a Bachelor of Architectural Science degree from Ryerson University. Full Bio Email: jack@rwinstitute.ca

    For More Information Please Contact: 

    Leon Wasser, MBA, P.Eng., Director, School of Energy, Resilient World Institute, leon@rwinstitute.ca; (416) 473-4614

Past Events

23 Sep 2021 Introductory Smart Building Technologies
21 Sep 2021 Ontario Government @ Greenbuild International
20 Sep 2021 World Trade Centre Toronto: Cleantech Export Business Mission to Mexico
25 Aug 2021 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo 2021 - Ontario Program
25 Aug 2021 ONTARIO GOVERNMENT @ GREENBUILD 2021
18 Aug 2021 Government of Canada OSME: Myth Busting Federal Procurement
06 Aug 2021 Resilient World Institute E102 Introductory Energy Modeling for New and Existing Homes
20 Jul 2021 How to Sell Cleantech to the Federal Government
14 Jul 2021 Ontario Global Energy Innovation Program for Start-Ups
14 Jun 2021 Doing Business with Government Information Clinic
04 May 2021 Ontario Environmental Industry Association
20 Apr 2021 Toronto Clean Air Partnership: Low Carbon Heating Solutions for Eastern Europe
19 Jan 2021 OSEA Climate Finance Webinar 2021
20 Oct 2020 Green Energy Doors OpenTM 2020
14 Oct 2020 Green Drinks Toronto October 14, 2020
16 Sep 2020 Green Drinks Toronto September 16, 2020
04 Sep 2020 Green Exports To Africa Webinar Event
24 Aug 2020 Green Exports to Africa Webinar Event
23 Jun 2020 OSEA Green Energy Africa Export Forum
09 Jun 2020 Green Energy Exports Webinar Event
22 Apr 2020 OSEA & Virtual Earth Week Green Drinks
21 Apr 2020 Business and Policy Forum 2020
26 Mar 2020 Resilient World Institute - Renewable Energy Technologies Used in Ontario
11 Mar 2020 Resilient World Institute - Energy Modelling Training
20 Sep 2019 OSEA Green Energy Doors Open (GEDO 2019) Launch
20 Sep 2019 OSEA Green Energy Doors Open - GEDO 2019
18 Sep 2019 Green Drinks Toronto (Every 3rd Wednesday)
18 Jul 2019 OSEA Green Energy Southeast Asia Export Forum
28 Jun 2019 OSEA Climate Change Resiliency Symposium: Friday, June 28, 2019, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
20 Jun 2019 EU Sustainable Energy Week -Supporting Sustainable Bioenergy and Renewable Gas Use
11 Jun 2019 Resilient World Institute - Renewable Energy Course
25 Apr 2019 Resilient World Institute - Renewable Energy Course
27 Mar 2019 Hydrogen - Canada's Fuel of the Future
26 Mar 2019 Resilient World Institute: E108 Renewable Energy Training
20 Mar 2019 Hydrogen - Canada's Future Fuel
20 Mar 2019 Green Drinks Toronto
26 Feb 2019 GLOBAL CLIMATE SOLUTIONS OPPORTUNITIES PORTAL WEBINAR
14 Jan 2019 Ontario Sustainability & Renewable Energy Mission to WFES 2019, Abu Dhabi, UAE
19 Dec 2018 Green Drinks Toronto Holiday Party
28 Nov 2018 Decentralised Energy Forum
27 Nov 2018 DEF2018 Game Changer Showcase Applications are Now Open!
21 Nov 2018 Green Drinks Toronto
15 Nov 2018 Toronto LEEP Gas Mechanicals Forum
01 Nov 2018 Advocacy Reloaded: Upping your game in Ontario's new political reality
23 Oct 2018 Ontario Water & Clean Tech Mission to WETEX 2018, Dubai, UAE
16 Oct 2018 Biomass North: Mapping Canada's Bioeconomy - Drivers, Roadblocks & Bridges
28 Sep 2018 Sustainable Engineers Association Career Fair
21 Sep 2018 OSEA Green Energy Doors Open - GEDO 2018- Launch
21 Sep 2018 OSEA Green Energy Doors Open - GEDO 2018 - Hosts
21 Sep 2018 OSEA Green Energy Doors Open - GEDO 2018 - Visitors
18 Sep 2018 Solar Finance & Investment Canada Conference
16 Sep 2018 ClimateWise Business Network, Greening Sacred Spaces
21 Jun 2018 Resource Recovery Partnership Conference 2018
20 Jun 2018 GoBiGas an Industry Relevant State-of-the-Art Reference for Advanced Biofuel Production via Gasification
20 Jun 2018 Solar Canada 2018 Conference & Exposition
18 Jun 2018 2018 ONEIA GOLF DAY: “GO GREEN ON THE GREEN"
13 Jun 2018 Growing the Hydrogen Ecosystem in Ontario
01 Jun 2018 Lynde Creek Spring Cleanup
01 May 2018 GRASP Conference 2018
25 Apr 2018 Net Metering Briefings for Ontario Municipalities
19 Apr 2018 EcoBusiness Network High Tea Member Celebration
18 Apr 2018 Green Drinks Earth Week Party 2018
08 Feb 2018 8th Annual Powering for Prosperity Awards Gala
20 Dec 2017 Ontario Energy Drinks December 2017
19 Dec 2017 OSEA 2017 Annual General Meeting
15 Nov 2017 Ontario Energy Drinks November 2017
18 Oct 2017 Ontario Energy Drinks October 2017
20 Sep 2017 Ontario Energy Drinks September 2017
16 Aug 2017 Ontario Energy Drinks August 2017
19 Jul 2017 Ontario Energy Drinks July 2017
13 Jul 2017 OSEA Net Metering Conference Call
21 Jun 2017 Ontario Energy Drinks June 2017
16 Jun 2017 Monthly OSEA Policy and Regulatory Advisory Committee Call
14 Jun 2017 Roundtable Discussion with WindNODE on Smart Energy Systems
19 May 2017 Community and the Energy Transition - An afternoon with Arne Jungjohann and The Honourable Minister Glen Murray
19 May 2017 Monthly OSEA Policy and Regulatory Advisory Committee Call
17 May 2017 Ontario Energy Drinks May 2017
21 Apr 2017 Monthly OSEA Policy and Regulatory Advisory Committee Call
19 Apr 2017 Earth Week Green Drinks Party 2017
03 Apr 2017 OSEA's 1st Combined Energy Options Ontario Consortium Meeting
24 Mar 2017 Monthly OSEA Policy and Regulatory Advisory Committee Call
15 Mar 2017 Ontario Energy Drinks March 2017
08 Mar 2017 Roundtable Discussion with Rainer Hinrichs-Rahlwes on integrated sustainable energy planning
17 Feb 2017 Monthly OSEA Policy and Regulatory Advisory Committee Call
15 Feb 2017 Ontario Energy Drinks February 2017
02 Feb 2017 7th Annual Powering Prosperity Awards
02 Feb 2017 Powering Prosperity in DUKE Heights
01 Feb 2017 Roundtable Discussion with Dr. Harry Lehmann on the Combined Energy Options Ontario Study
20 Jan 2017 Monthly OSEA Policy and Regulatory Advisory Committee Call
18 Jan 2017 Ontario Energy Drinks January 2017
21 Dec 2016 Ontario Energy Drinks December 2016
16 Dec 2016 Monthly OSEA Policy and Regulatory Advisory Committee Call
08 Dec 2016 Special Members Meeting
01 Dec 2016 OSEA Board Election - Meet the Candidates
16 Nov 2016 Ontario Energy Drinks November 2016
21 Oct 2016 Monthly OSEA Policy and Regulatory Advisory Committee Call
19 Oct 2016 Ontario Energy Drinks October 2016
23 Sep 2016 OSEA Policy and Regulatory Advisory Committee Call
21 Sep 2016 Ontario Energy Drinks September 2016
21 Sep 2016 Combined Energy Options Ontario (CEOO) Presentation
09 Sep 2016 Green Energy Doors Open
26 Aug 2016 OSEA Policy and Regulatory Advisory Committee Call
17 Aug 2016 Ontario Energy Drinks August 2016
20 Jul 2016 Ontario Energy Drinks July 2016
15 Jul 2016 OSEA Policy and Regulatory Advisory Committee Call
28 Jun 2016 Combined Energy Options Ontario (CEOO) Workshop
20 Apr 2016 Green Energy Doors Open Info Call - Durham Region
31 Mar 2016 Annual General Meeting 2016
09 Mar 2016 OSEA Policy Workshop for Members and Supporters in Markham
03 Mar 2016 OSEA Policy Workshop for Members and Supporters in Sault Ste. Marie
29 Feb 2016 OSEA Policy Workshop for Members and Supporters in Paris, Ontario
28 Jan 2016 Green Energy Doors Open 2016 Strategy Meet-Up
15 Apr 2015 April Energy Drinks in partnership with Green Drinks Toronto

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