IAPMO® Green Plumbers Workshop Receives ASPE CEU Designation

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Ontario, Calif. — “High Performance Hot Water,” an innovative eight‐hour workshop administered by IAPMO® Green Plumbers, has been designated as an American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) CEU eligible training course. Certified Plumbing Designers (CPDs) who complete the course will earn 0.8 CEUs/8 PDHs.

Water heating ranks as either the first‐, second‐ or third‐largest energy consumer in the typical household, depending primarily on the number of people living there and the climate zone in which they reside. As energy prices and related delivery costs rise, so has interest in higher performance water heating and hot water distribution systems that operate much more efficiently than everyday systems.

Green Plumbers Training has partnered with the California Energy Commission and Public Interest Energy Research to create the workshop, which aims to keep everyone – architects, engineers, designers, builders, plumbers, inspectors and energy practitioners – up to date on the latest breakthroughs in water heating and hot water distribution systems.
“IAPMO is very pleased to become an ASPE education provider for our “High Performance Hot Water” course, and we look forward to collaborating with ASPE in the near future to add additional IAPMO courses to the ASPE continuing education portfolio,” said Steve Lehtonen, IAPMO’s senior director of environmental education.

Hot water expert Gary Klein teaches the course, which has been offered free of charge throughout California by participating utilities in 2012. Klein, who is internationally recognized as a speaker and educator, has been intimately involved in energy efficiency and renewable energy for nearly four decades. He recently completed 19 years with the California Energy Commission, and his new firm, Affiliated International Management, LLC, provides consulting on sustainability through its international team of affiliates.
Upcoming workshop dates include Monday, Oct. 8 in San Diego and Thursday, Oct. 11 in Downey. To register or for more information, please visit http://forms.iapmo.org/iapmo/green/HWS_register.aspx.

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