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Energy+Eco Trio Receive Accreditations

Earning accreditations involves a lot of hard work. In ESD’s Energy+Eco group, three team members have recently added to their expertise by procuring new ones.

Tim Zelazny renewed his Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC) accreditation, Hardik Miyani received his CPHC accreditation and Zachary Litwin obtained a LEED Green Associate accreditation.

CPHC training was the first – and is still the only – passive building training program tailored to North America’s unique climate variations, market conditions and building components. LEED Green Associate is a foundational professional credential signifying core competency in green building principles.

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