Dan Wildenhaus
Company name: Center for Energy and Environment
Position: Senior Technical Manager

As a Technical Advisor, trainer, and consultant for residential, multifamily, and small business programs, Dan has become completely immersed in the discussion of what is required to create High-Performance Buildings and the technologies that operate within them. After completing his bachelor’s degree at the Evergreen State College, with a focus on Energy Studies, Dan has developed over 29 years of experience, 15 of them working directly for a contractor, performing energy audits and Ratings, weatherization and HVAC repairs, consulting, and analysis for private clients in both New Construction and the existing buildings market. Almost 15 years ago, Dan transitioned to the consulting side of the business, working with program implementation companies and finding a home at the Center for Energy and Environment. Dan currently provides Decarbonization and HVAC consultation, technical management, market channel development, and training and presentation services for a variety of programs across the country.

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Make Plenum Pressures Work for You
By:Matthew BrunerThere are several neighborhoods in my area with two—and three-story townhomes with zoning, and I always wonder how long those systems will survive. Zoning can be notoriously hard on HVAC equipment if not set up properly. A single-stage system running full tilt with half the airflow it was designed for because a zone is […]
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Deploy Industry-Standard Training in YOUR HVAC Business
By:Bryan Orr As many of you may know, Kalos does most of its training in-house. We’re lucky to have people like Bert on our team; he can give classes to several people at a time and is also great at one-on-one mentorship. Many of our managers and directors are also top-notch educators. Unfortunately, these people […]
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5 Takeaways from Manual T
By:Matthew Bruner “Did you do a Manual J?” “Did you run a Manual S on that?” “What does Manual D say?” If you’ve asked any design-related questions on the internet in the last several years, you’re probably familiar with these questions. But how does one “do” a Manual T? I bought Manual T last year […]
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30 Minutes or Less and You Only Have…
By:Joe MedoschDan Wildenhaus NOTE: If you cannot view the recording, the video may still be processing. The maximum wait time is 24 hours. We apologize for the delay and appreciate your patience.
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