RoseWater Energy Group, a leader in intelligent energy management systems, has announced that its new course, “Providing Protection Via Power Management for Luxury Homes,” has been approved by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) for Continuing Education Units (CEU). The course, designated RW2023, focuses on the importance of stable and reliable power in enhancing the homeowner’s experience and ensuring safety and seamless integration of technology.

Inconsistent power can pose challenges to the proper functioning of crucial devices such as health monitors, home security systems, and access to vital resources like Wi-Fi and networks for work, play, and education,” remarked VP of RoseWater Energy, David Laikind. “Our course aims to tackle these challenges head-on, providing architects with the knowledge and strategies to incorporate power solutions from the design phase.”

It aims to educate architects on incorporating power solutions into home design and covers topics such as power quality, protection methods, and designing a home power management framework. RoseWater’s manufacturer representatives are now certified to teach the course, expanding its reach and impact in the industry. The course offers introductory-level learning and is a timely addition to AIA’s CEU offerings, emphasizing the vital role of electricity in health, safety, and well-being in homes.