BuildingEnergy Boston Conference + Trade Show, March 7 - 9, Boston, MA

  • 7 March 2018 To 9 March 2018
  • Event Location : The Westin Boston Waterfront, 425 Summer St, Boston, MA, 02210, United States
NESEA BuildingEnergy 2018 Sustainability Green Building
Event Description

The BuildingEnergy Boston Conference + Trade Show is a premier regional event for professionals and practitioners in the fields of high-performance building, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. With BuildingEnergy, NESEA brings more than 2,000 industry leaders and emerging professionals together for three days to learn from and share ideas with each other. This year's event will be Wednesday through Friday, March 7–9, 2018 at the Westin Boston Waterfront.

Attendees represent dozens of professions and industries including architecture, engineering, building, design, consulting, policy, finance, auditing, installation, construction, and education, among others.

  • Speakers / Presenters
    • Keynote by Tamika Jacques:
      Fostering a Dynamic & Inclusive Sustainable Community

      60 Sessions! Topics Include:

      • Energy Efficiency: Opportunities & Financing in Multifamily Housing
      • Resiliency: Energy When You Need It
      • Healthy Material Choices
      • EnergyVision 2030: A Plan for Changes to our Energy System
      • How Do We Get from Passive House to Truly Low-Carbon Buildings?
      • What Engineers See and You Miss in Products Specs
      • Be Passive(haus) Aggressive: Affordable Housing in Massachusetts
      • Green Schools – Multiple Topics/Sessions
      • The New Gravity: Climate Change and the Imperative of High-Performance Housing
      • Unvented Roofs without Spray Foam: The Latest Building America Research
      • Every Building a Living Building: Tapping into Biology to Grow the Next Generation of High-Performing Buildings
      • Utility Transformation: Creating a Lower-Cost, More Reliable, Carbon-Free Electricity Distribution System
      • Energy Storage: The Next Frontier
      • Comparing Three Certification Metrics That Drive Sustainability in Affordable Multifamily Housing
      • Stretch Codes
      • Making the Invisible Visible: A Blueprint for Seeking Real Estate Value for Energy Efficiency
      • Data-Driven Boiler System Design and Installation
      • Policy Updates: Net Metering and Fixed Charges in the Northeast
      • Deploying Post-Disaster Renewables
      • Meeting the Demands of Healthier Buildings: How to Navigate Building Product Certifications
      • Retrocommissioning with the Chiefs: Training Operators to Sustain the Process
      • The Future City: An Integrated Ecosystem
      • Multi-Family, Tenant-in-Place, Passive Rehab: It's Possible!
      • The Magic (Electric) School Bus
      • Heat Pump Water Heaters for Multifamily
      • KISS (Keep It Simple, Smartypants): A builder’s perspective on straightforward construction details for constructing a low-cost, high-performance home
      • Cladding and Climate Change
      • Cities as Climate Leaders: Net Zero & the Urgency of Now
      • The Great Indoors: Green Building and Health Outcomes
      • The Drawbacks of Breathing: Nighttime Carbon Dioxide Levels in New England Bedrooms
      • Getting Solar Ready with Permitting and Inspection Processes
      • Air Source Heat Pumps
      • PACE Financing: Scaling Commercial and Residential Net-Zero Energy Retrofits
  • Event type
    • Conference/Expo

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