Mayor Bill de Blasio and the Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability have given those of us in the green building world a serious political footing with the release of the One City: Built To Last plan. But plans don’t happen on their own: it takes people on the ground making it happen. It’s important we take opportunities to come together for networking, knowledge sharing, and conversation. Come join us, along with other experts in the field, as we discuss everything building science and beyond.
See us at BuildingEnergy NYC October 16 in Booth #8-05. Don’t miss out, click here to register with NESEA.
Who: Experts in the field from the DOE, architecture, energy analysts, performance building materials, manufacturing, preservation, power, and utilities, City Hall, and more. . .
What: Sessions on passive house, building integrated photovoltaics, solar in the city, health, HVAC, water issues, preservation, financing, commercial and institutional buildings, insulation, sustainable lighting, retrofits, cogeneration, incentives, multifamily, resilience, and more. . .
How: Case studies, data collection and monitoring, performance standards, training, certification, maintenance, policy, and more. . .
Where: The Time & Life Conference Center, 1271 Avenue of the Americas between 50th and 51st
See you there.