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Investing in Green Energy Improvements

Green Building,investments,Green Industry

by gracemorrison

There seems to be some market fear of making green building improvements under the assumption that they will constitute a considerable expense without a sufficient return on investment. This belief is rather short-sighted. When analyzing th… more...

  Filed under: Green Building Finance

1 replies | 2296 views | Posted on: 06/27/2022 | Last updated: 07/01/2022

USGBC Middle Atlantic and New England Region: Promoting a Circular Economy, October 13, 10:30 am EDT

Business Development,New England,Circular Economy,Green Building Finance

by samanthaklein Intern

Join the Mid-Atlantic and New England (MANE) region of USGBC for a virtual, interactive session on how the promoting a circular economy within our region will promote a better standard of living for all. In its second generation, the USG… more...

  Filed under: Green Building Finance

0 replies | 1062 views | Posted on: 09/09/2021 | Last updated: 09/09/2021

Radio BE-Ex: Investing in Holistic Climate Solutions with Jamal Lewis, May 4, 1 pm EDT

investments,Energy,Green Homes,Climate Solutions

by samanthaklein Intern

Tune in for the latest episode of Radio BE-Ex, where Jamal Lewis (Director of Climate, Energy, and Health at the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative) joins Yetsuh Frank to discuss equitable strategies for achieving decarbonized, efficient,… more...

  Filed under: Green Building Finance

0 replies | 1097 views | Posted on: 04/16/2021 | Last updated: 04/16/2021

Online: Challenge Spotlight: Carbon & Circularity, March 22, 3pm EDT

Energy,Carbon,Circular Economy,Building Technology,Green Economy,Decarbonize,Alternative Materials,Empire Building Challenge

by SarahA

Join as we showcase how innovation challenges can be a great tool to advance the use of a circular approaches to transition towards energy efficiency – both in the built environment and in other energy intensive industries. During … more...

  Filed under: Green Building Finance

0 replies | 491 views | Posted on: 03/17/2021 | Last updated: 03/17/2021

Webinar: Zero Carbon Zero Bills, Presented by Zero Carbon Home, January 21, 6pm CST

Energy Efficiency,Sustainability,Solar Energy,Carbon Reduction,Net Zero Energy,Zero Carbon,Carbon Footprint,Zero Carbon Home

by SarahA

How to cut your heating bill, electric bill and carbon footprint to zero, by someone who has done it - David Green This webinar is free. It will help you to save a lot of money and cut your carbon footprint. In addition, all attendees wi… more...

  Filed under: Green Building Finance

0 replies | 842 views | Posted on: 01/02/2021 | Last updated: 01/02/2021

BuildingsNY 2020, September 15-16 (Postponed to 2021)

business,building operations,profit

by samanthaklein Intern

***This event has been postponed.  We will share new information when it becomes available.    For 35 years BuildingsNY has been the leading event for NYC building professionals, including Building Owners, Property Mana… more...

  Filed under: Green Building Finance

0 replies | 255 views | Posted on: 08/25/2020 | Last updated: 08/26/2020

Boston Society for Architecture (BSA) Webinar: Embodied Carbon 101 - Carbon Accounting, July 27, 3 pm EDT

Carbon,Green Building Finance,Boston Society of Architects - BSA,Embodied Carbon

by samanthaklein Intern

The Embodied Carbon 101 (EC101) series will give AEC professionals foundational embodied carbon knowledge and empower them to incorporate carbon considerations into their work. Rather than attempting to provide all introductory information … more...

  Filed under: Green Building Finance

0 replies | 980 views | Posted on: 07/10/2020 | Last updated: 07/10/2020

How C-PACE Can Power your Energy Potential: A Bar-T Building Tour, June 27, Frederick, MD

Clean Energy Financing,C-PACE

by AbbieKnight

This course is expected to be approved for 1 GBCI general and 1 AIA CEU. Join at a building tour of the Bar-T Mountainside Camp and learn Commercial property assessed clean energy (“C-PACE”) financing can help you achieve you… more...

  Filed under: Green Building Finance

0 replies | 464 views | Posted on: 06/19/2019 | Last updated: 06/19/2019

FREE WEBINAR: Rethinking Traditional Finance - Better Buildings, April 2, 4/2 3pm-4pm

Green Building,Better Buildings Challenge

by ella.nielsen44 Student

Efficiency-as-a-service is a financing mechanism in which customers pay a provider for the service of energy savings, allowing them to implement their energy (and water) efficiency projects with no upfront capital expenditure. Join this web… more...

  Filed under: Green Building Finance

0 replies | 573 views | Posted on: 04/01/2019 | Last updated: 04/01/2019

How Developers Can Build Smarter: A Closer Look at Budgeting with Incentives

by YijunW

Previously, we've talked about how steel can be a great candidate for green material (Surprise! Steel Can Be a Great Green Building Material). However, due to a recent implementation 25% tariff on steel import from Canada, Mexico, and the E… more...

  Filed under: Green Building Finance

0 replies | 1698 views | Posted on: 07/13/2018 | Last updated: 07/27/2018

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