Please join us for our May webinar!
From single-family homes to high-rise apartment buildings, developers are scrambling for efficient, fossil-free DHW options. Presenters will discuss older tech (like integrated, tank HPWHs) and newer tech (like CO2 systems that can work well in cold weather). There’s a lot left to learn, especially with the new tech, but we’ll present good case studies, bad case studies, and progress reports from many types of buildings and water heating systems. We will also hear about the new MassSave 0% interest loan options for heat pumps and the new all electric home incentives for both renovation and new construction.
Dylan Martello is a Senior Building Systems Consultant and Certified Passive House Designer with Steven Winter Associates, specializing in Passive House and Net Zero consulting and energy modeling. On a day-to-day basis, Dylan works with project architects and engineers to assist in the design of extremely energy efficient buildings. His direct project experience includes a range of project types from large multifamily buildings such as 425 Grand Concourse in the Bronx and Sendero Verde in East Harlem, Winthrop Square a high rise office in Boston, a manufacturing facility in Sri Lanka, and Hotel Marcel an all-electric EnerPHit retrofit hotel in New Haven.
Robb Aldrich is a Principal Mechanical Engineer in Steven Winter Associates; he has been with the firm since 2000. Robb focuses on building energy systems: researching new technologies, monitoring performance of systems, and working with stakeholders across the country to create better, healthier, more efficient buildings. Since 2010, his focus has shifted more and more towards heat pump technologies and electrification of residential buildings.
Derek Briggs is a Lead Account Manager for ICF representing the Mass Save Residential New Construction Program's many offerings. Derek has worked in the energy efficiency and sustainability fields since obtaining his bachelor's degree in Building and Construction Technology from the University of Massachusetts - Amherst in 2014. He has experience with inspecting residential homes for efficiency measures, designing residential solar arrays, and working on the implementation of commercial and residential utility programs.