Busting Myths About Refrigerants
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ABOUT THIS COURSE:

The industry is undergoing a transition to refrigerants with low to no GWP (global warming potential). This is occurring against a backdrop of fluctuating federal and state regulations. During this on-demand class, students will hear from a panel of experts from leading HVAC manufacturers as they discuss the timeline and the regulatory changes we should expect to see.

This on-demand class is a GPRO Construction Management elective should take approximatley 95 minutes to complete.



AFTER THIS COURSE, STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO:

- Explain why the HVAC industry is transitioning to new types of refrigerants

- Describe some of the new refrigerants and their characteristics

- Describe the expected timeline for code changes and the transition to low-GQP refrigerants

- Describe some of the practical aspects of the transition that need to be considered 



CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS:

To receive continuing education credits, students must achieve an 80% on the learning comprehension quiz at the end of the course. The quiz can be taken as many times as needed in order to pass.

- GBCI: 1.0 CE Credits

- AIA CES: 1.0 LU/HSW Hours

- PDH: 1.0 Credits (NYS only)


INSTRUCTORS: 

John Mandyck, CEO, Urban Green Council 


Richard Lord, Senior Fellow, Carrier Corporation

Douglas Tucker, Director of Industry and Government Relations, Mitsubishi Electric

John Sheff, Director of Public & Industry Affairs, Danfoss

Steve KuJak, Director of Next Generation Refrigerant Research, Trane

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