Ask the Experts webinar series featuring:
The rapid and dramatic transition to HVAC electrification of buildings and the race to Zero Carbon has begun. Spurred on by new regulations, standards and incentives in the Provincial Building Codes, Toronto Green Standard and similar in Vancouver and elsewhere, CaGBC, CMHC financing, and many others, developers and large national real estate owners are all looking for cost-effective, carbon reduction solutions, which invariably involve Electric Heat Pumps.
During this 60 minute webinar, hear from Suzanne Wiltshire, Commercial HVAC Division Business Development, as she shares the efficiencies and cost savings of electrification, and discusses some of the technology updates with VRF, Reversing Chiller Heat Pumps, Ventilation heat pumps and ERVs, and look at updates with several of the Net Zero buildings and communities.
- Rapid Transition to HVAC Electrification of Buildings
- Focus on Zero Carbon
- Toronto & Vancouver Building standard codes
- Efficient and cost-saving Electrification
- Technology Updates for Net Zero with Heat Pump Installation
About Mitsubishi Electric: With 100 years of experience in providing reliable, high-quality products, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation is a recognized world leader in the manufacture, marketing and sales of electrical and electronic equipment used in information processing and communications, space development and satellite communications, consumer electronics, industrial technology, energy, transportation and building equipment.
Who Should Attend:
Builders • HVAC Contractors • Warranty and service representatives • Site supervisors • Foremen • Customer Service • Site service • Architects and Designers (BCIN designates) • Contracts/Purchasing • Building Officials
Suzanne Wiltshire, MBA, CGD, LEED® Green Associate™
Mitsubishi Electric Sales Canada Inc., Commercial HVAC Division, Business Development
Ms. Wiltshire has been active in the renewable energy industry for the past 20 years, holding senior management and business development positions with engineering, utility, and developer firms.
At Mitsubishi Electric, a global manufacturer of VRF heat pump HVAC systems, she leads high-rise building projects through mechanical system design and integration, providing low carbon solutions that surpass 2025 standards and beyond.
Past President of the Ontario Geothermal Association, speaker at numerous CaGBC forums, advisor with The Atmospheric Fund, member of the CSA Geothermal Standards Committee and participant in Sustainable Buildings Canada ’Savings By Design’ charrettes, Suzanne is pleased to have worked on the first CaGBC Zero Carbon Design Certified project in Canada, Evolv1.
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