The energy efficiency of buildings has drastically improved over the last couple of decades, but heating and cooling still present significant opportunities for more reductions in energy use.

Exploring How Propane-Fueled Hydronic Heating Technologies Improve Sustainability and Occupant Comfort,” a new course from the Propane Education & Research Council, explores how propane-fueled hydronic heating technologies such as radiant hydronic and forced-air hydronic can improve the sustainability of buildings and the health and comfort of occupants. Learn how these technologies work, the advantages of each type, and how building owners can overcome space-heating challenges with hydronic heating systems.

The training course, which is eligible for continuing education credit through the American Institute of Architects, also includes several case studies where hydronic heating systems were used to save money, maximize energy efficiency, and improve thermal comfort.

Check out the course here.