EnergyLogic to expand green building, training to China

BERTHOUD – Berthoud-based EnergyLogic Inc. will engage in green training
and building in China beginning this summer, according to the company.

In July and August, EnergyLogic will conduct training for students in
Shanghai on the LEED for Homes Green Rater protocols and Residential
Energy Services Network Home Energy Rater standards.

In addition, EnergyLogic has been selected as the LEED for Homes
contractor for a nine-unit luxury home development in Beijing. LEED for
Homes is a program of the United States Green Building Council, and its
expansion outside of the country is seen as a major milestone for the
organization.

EnergyLogic will test and verify that the development meets the
standards set by the LEED for Homes program. The project will include
sites visits and collaboration with design and construction teams.

“We’ve long been scanning the horizon for international opportunities
for energy ratings and associated work,´ said Steve Byers, CEO of
EnergyLogic. “LEED for Homes opening of the International Pilot program
has given us a great opportunity to use our depth and breadth of
knowledge of work with other markets in developing these systems.”

BERTHOUD – Berthoud-based EnergyLogic Inc. will engage in green training
and building in China beginning this summer, according to the company.

In July and August, EnergyLogic will conduct training for students in
Shanghai on the LEED for Homes Green Rater protocols and Residential
Energy Services Network Home Energy Rater standards.

In addition, EnergyLogic has been selected as the LEED for Homes
contractor for a nine-unit luxury home development in Beijing. LEED for
Homes is a program of the United States Green Building Council, and its
expansion outside of the country is seen as a major milestone for the
organization.

EnergyLogic will test and verify that the development meets the
standards set by the LEED for Homes program. The project will include
sites visits and collaboration with design and construction teams.

“We’ve long been scanning the horizon for international opportunities
for energy ratings and associated work,´ said Steve Byers, CEO of
EnergyLogic. “LEED for Homes opening of the International Pilot program
has given us a great opportunity to use our depth and breadth of
knowledge of work with other markets in developing these systems.”