Variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems are making inroads in the U.S. thanks to their energy-efficient operation and quick ROI. Could they be the HVAC solution you've been looking for? This course will present an overview of VRF, including what it is, how it works and how this scalable system delivers HVAC energy savings.
Course Tuition: Free
- Learn how variable refrigerant flow technology works.
- Determine which buildings are the best candidates for VRF.
- See how VRF can reduce your HVAC system’s energy consumption.
- Understand the challenges and potential benefits of a VRF retrofit.
Energy Engineering Manager
John W. Danforth Company
Scott Janssen is the Energy Engineering Manager from John W. Danforth Company in New York. Scott is based out of Danforth’s Albany office, where he manages the Energy Team across New York State and is responsible for evaluating facility improvement measures for energy savings and feasibility. Scott is a Professional Engineer (PE), Certified Energy Manager (CEM), Certified Measurement & Verification Professional (CMVP) and a LEED Accredited Professional (AP). He has 10 years of experience in conducting energy audits and providing energy analysis of building systems. During this time he has been involved in Energy Performance Projects for various markets throughout New York State, including K-12 schools, higher education, municipalities/governments, healthcare and industrial. He graduated from Manhattan College with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
Scott plays a crucial role serving as the key advisor in the development of project scopes that drive Energy Performance Contracts. He also takes a leadership role on our measurement and verification team.