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Patrick Huelman

Associate Extension Professor

University of Minnesota


Patrick is an associate professor in Residential Energy and Building Systems with the University of Minnesota’s Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering and serves as coordinator of the Cold Climate Housing Program with the University of Minnesota Extension. He is a lead faculty member for the Residential Building Science and Technology undergraduate degree program and a principal investigator for hydrothermal testing at the Cloquet Residential Research Facility. Currently, Pat is the project lead for NorthernSTAR, one of the Department of Energy’s Building America teams.

Product Type
On Demand

The Keys to a Net Zero Energy Home


Total Credits: 2 including 2 Minnesota Residential Building Contractor, 2 Minnesota Building Official, 2 Wisconsin Dwelling Contractor

Category:
Energy |  MN Contractor Credit |  WI Contractor Credit |  MN Building Official Credit
Faculty:
Patrick Huelman
Duration:
2 Hours
License:
Access for 180 day(s) after purchase.
Short Description:
For high-performance, net zero energy homes, it is critical to get the building enclosure and mechanical systems right. While renewable energy can be added or acquired later, it is not as easy to chan...
Price:
$32.00 - Non Member Price

Product Type
On Demand

From Control Layers to High-Performance Enclosures


Total Credits: 2 including 2 Minnesota Residential Building Contractor, 2 Minnesota Building Official, 2 Wisconsin Dwelling Contractor

Category:
Energy |  MN Building Official Credit |  MN Contractor Credit |  WI Contractor Credit
Faculty:
Patrick Huelman
Duration:
2 Hours
License:
Access for 180 day(s) after purchase.
Short Description:
High-performance enclosure systems are fundamental to efficient, durable, healthy, and sustainable homes. In this course we will dive into the critical functions and attributes of the four key control...
Price:
$32.00 - Non Member Price

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