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Live sessions aired on Monday, June 28 and ended on Wednesday, June 30. Did you miss it? Don’t worry! You can still register and have access to recordings of the live sessions, view the on-demand sessions and download the conference papers. Access is granted for registered attendees until December 2022!

Already registered? The virtual conference environment is still OPEN! Log in now to view recordings of live sessions in the Theater. View On-Demand sessions by clicking the On-Demand Sessions tab under the Theater navigation and downloading conference papers from the Resource Center.

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Looking to gain a competitive edge in today’s market while earning PDHs? Want to learn more about current practices, case studies and hot topics? Look no further than your desktop thanks to ASHRAE’s Virtual Conference series. ASHRAE is offering a virtual conference option so you won't miss the state-of-the-art concepts and latest design techniques presented in the Society's technical program.

Click the available Virtual Conference links below to view pricing for each conference. Virtual Conference access is FREE for Conference attendees who attended a full Conference and one day registrations (one day registrants will only be able to access the Virtual Conference for the day attended.) Company registration fees are also available.

Available Virtual Conferences

ASHRAE Winter and Annual Conferences

ASHRAE Topical Conferences

Pricing: $129, ASHRAE member; $179, non-member

Conference attendees and those that have purchased the Virtual Conference will receive an email notification when the program is available for viewing along with a link to access it. Users will use their email address and create a password to enter the Virtual Conference.

Returning users can use the links above to enter the Virtual Conference for conferences for which access has been already granted. If you have forgotten your password, click the RETURNING USER button on the Conference's entrance page, then use the "If you have forgotten your password, click here to reset it" link.

Virtual Conference Benefits

See and Hear
The Virtual Conference includes access to all seminar, technical paper and conference paper presentations and most special sessions through synced audio and PowerPoint presentations.

PDH Credit
Upon successful completion of each session quiz with a passing score of 80% or higher, the quiz taker will receive an attendance certificate with the appropriate credits (PDHs) earned for that session. PDHs recognized by most U.S. states, AIA LUs and LEED AP credits are available. In all, approximately 128 PDHs are available for the 2017 Annual Virtual Conference and approximately 135 PDHs are available for the 2017 Winter Virtual Conference.

18-Month Window
Presentations will remain available online for approximately 18 months after the conference has taken place.

All of the audio (mp3) recordings associated with the presentations can be downloaded as podcasts so you can listen on-the-go.

Sample Presentation
View one of the most highly-attended 2015 Winter Virtual Conference sessions for free:
Seminar 3: Relative Energy Efficiencies of Active Chilled Beams and Fan Coil Unit Systems

Company Registration Fees

  • $665, 3–5 employees at the same location
  • $1,000, 6–10 employees at the same location
  • $1,400, 11+ employees at the same location

To purchase, click the conference link under “Available Virtual Conferences”


"Nothing will ever replace the face-to-face meetings at an ASHRAE Conference but sometimes you just can't be there. Especially if you live on the other side of the world. I have attended the last two Conferences virtually and have been pleased with the value. For those of you who perhaps live outside the USA, or have never attended an ASHRAE meeting, this is a very good alternative. I try to 'watch' one presentation a day, and have watched some more than twice – you pick up more that way. When the phone rings I pause the presentation, and have even left it paused overnight. If it works for me down here on the tip of Africa with limited bandwidth it can only work well for you."

Mike Barker, Electrical Engineer, South Africa