Iowa Association for Energy Efficiency


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The Implications of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) for the Energy Industry
Presenters: Jacob Goldman, VP, Energy Tax Savers, Inc.

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Domestic Hot Water Skid Systems for "Net-Zero" Facility Potable Water Production
Presenters: Andrew Macaluso & David Garner, Lync by Watts Water Technologies

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Condensing water heaters and CO2 heat pump skid systems to address water quality, energy efficiency, pathogen reduction, temperate water management and the logging and reporting of domestic water systems in a net-zero facility.  Skid systems to deliver a turn-key, code complaint and reporting domestic water system that can be monitored through a smart phone.

Compressed Air System Energy Efficiency

Presenter: Jeff Gorrie, Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities (IAMU)

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A brief explainer on what goes into a compressed air audit, some tips and tricks to identify compressed air energy efficiency measures, and pictures and examples of compressed air energy efficiency measures.

Heat Recovery Chillers:
Opportunities, De-Carbonization, and Other Considerations

Presenter: Alan Niles, Dunham-Bush Americas

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- Heat Recovery on Condenser Water Systems
- Code Compliance
- Minimum Expense/Maximum Recovery

-Economic Path toward 100% Fossil-Free Heat

Other Considerations
-Non-HVAC "free" heat recovery sources often overlooked
-Flooded Evaporator Condenser Benefits

The Real Bang for the Buck in Home Retrofits and EE Programs – Huge Adders and Other Inferences from NEI Research

Presenter: Lisa Skumatz, Skumatz Economic Research Associates (SERA)

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Households value comfort and other non-energy impacts very highly – the data proves it and we can use it!  In fact, more than 20 years of increasingly in-depth research shows that the dollar value that households attribute to the non-energy impacts (NEIs) from Home Retrofits has higher value to them than the energy savings.  Not only is this OK, it is a great opportunity for home retrofitters and programs.  Many of the NEIs are a lot easier to market and are more attractive than energy savings.  Varying which of the NEIs that are put out front during marketing can attract the next and next and next participants.  And the mounds of data can help make the case for much stronger ROI and payback than using only energy savings to influence decisions. 

Building a More Resilient Iowa With Ground Source Heat Pumps

Presenter: Will Lange, WaterFurnace International

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Iowa has long been the cradle of development for ground source heat pumps. Today thousands of these systems are quietly heating and cooling homes and buildings across the state, all while harvesting renewable energy and operating at efficiencies 2, 3, even 4 times higher than any alternative. Electrical utilities in Iowa enjoy higher load factors and many megawatts of peak load reduction from these heat pumps saving Iowans millions of dollars every year. Let's look at the data and see what we can do to make Iowa even stronger and more resilient.

2020 Webinars

Energy Efficient Building System Solutions for Pathogen Reduction (COVID-19, Legionella and Molds)

As pandemic restrictions subside and more people begin the return to public life and public workspaces, building owners, operators, energy managers, and occupants are confronted with the challenge of an increased need to ensure safe, healthy, and comfortable indoor environments. The IAEE and the IAMU have partnered to provide a series of webinars that address energy efficiency and building systems solutions to combat the challenges of COVID-19 and other indoor air quality and general pathogen concerns. IAEE and IAMU are offering four, 1-hour online sessions conducted over 4 weeks, free of charge.  Attendees will have the opportunity to earn up to four continuing education units on a host of topics. Each session is offered twice so you can select the date that works best for you. More details about each session are provided below. We hope that this series will provide you a foundation to build on as we work to address energy efficiency and decreased pathogen levels in our work environments.

Ultraviolet Light Germicidal Irradiation

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This presentation addresses how ultraviolet light systems can contribute to the reduction of COVID-19 and other viruses and bacteria within buildings. Attendees will develop an understanding of the development of UV systems, how they contribute to improved indoor environmental quality, and different applications of the technology. The presentation will also address odor control and pathogen alert monitoring.

Efficient Water Heating Solutions for Building Heat and Domestic Hot Water

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Water heating solutions are critical to controlling the proliferation of infectious disease and bacteria. This presentation addresses how condensing water heating systems can provide better water heating capacity while improving efficiency performance.

Cooling Towers Solutions to Combat Microbial Growth

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Cooling tower design and system maintenance play a significant role in reducing the growth of bacteria and play a significant role in preventing Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) issues. This presentation will cover cooling tower systems basics, materials of construction, design considerations and how systems can reduce or prevent the growth of legionella bacteria.

Fresh Air Solutions to Combat Transmission of Infectious Disease

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Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems (DOAS) play a significant role in increasing IAQ and Energy Recovery. As buildings reopen, an emphasis is placed on reducing exposure to disease, including viruses and bacteria, through increased outdoor air volume. This presentation will introduce attendees to DOAS systems, discuss the types of equipment, and typical applications for the syste


Bruce Greiner: Bruce has held positions with the State of Iowa as the Deputy Director of The Office of Energy Independence and as the State’s Procurement Chief Operating Officer. Bruce also directed facility, construction and operations at the Iowa City CSD, West Des Moines CSD, Polk County General Services and the State of Iowa Capitol Complex. After more than 27 years in public sector operations and management, Bruce joined VHF Sales, Inc. Bruce is responsible for training and marketing for VHF Sales, Inc.; a manufacturer’s representative firm specializing in HVAC and plumbing equipment solutions which enhance facility management excellence! Bruce is a board member for the Iowa Association of Energy Efficiency and a past President of the ISBGA. He has held the designation of Certified Facility Manager (CFM), IFMA. His favorite off-work activities include supporting the church, family activities, rehabbing houses, working on his Aronia orchard and raising honey bees.

VHF Sales, Inc. actively participates in the following Associations:

  • Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities, IAMU
  • Iowa Academic Physical Plant Association, IAAPPA
  • Master Builders of Iowa, MBI
  • American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers, ASHRAE
  • Iowa Association of Energy Efficiency, IAEE
  • Go Green Iowa Mechanical Engineer Training Series
  • Iowa School Buildings and Grounds Association, ISBGA
  • Association of Building Contractors, ABC
  • Iowa Geothermal Heat Pump Association, IGA
  • Iowa Hospital Association, IHA
  • Iowa Lodging Association, ILA


Training Provided by:
VHF Sales, Inc., Grimes, Iowa
Phone: 515-986-3671
Base Territory Covered: Iowa, Nebraska, Hawaii and the Quad Cities

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