Webinar: Creating Demand for Zero Energy August 3rd 12-1:15pm

  • 3 August 2017
  • Start time : 12:00 PM
  • End time : 01:15 PM
  • Event Host : USGBC Florida Capitol Region
Webinar: Creating Demand for Zero Energy August 3rd 12-1:15pm
Event Description

The Net-Zero Energy Coalition (NZEC) recently published “To Zero and Beyond: Zero Energy Residential Buildings Study,” an inventory of residential single- and multi-family buildings on the path to zero energy (give or take) in Canada and the U.S. The goals of the study were, first, to understand the order of magnitude of the market, and then to provide a baseline for measuring growth and trends moving forward.

For the first part join Ann Edminster and Shilpa Sankaran from NZEC, along with zero energy market leaders to learn more about the trends, why industry leaders are not waiting for home buyers to realize this $1.3 trillion market, and how their success is driving greater projected growth. Pt 2 features an industry professional who has done this at the development level and brings us through a real case study of successfully hitting zero energy in a small community.

Understand basic data about the zero energy residential market in Canada and the U.S.
Learn about the trends behind the data
Understand how industry practitioners are designing, building, and selling zero energy homes
Learn about where the market is projected to grow and how

1 GBCI General (not LEED specific)

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • USGBC Florida Capitol Region
  • Cost
    • 1. USGBC Florida Members (remotely via GoToWebinar)
      2. Non-Members (remotely via GoToWebinar) – $25.00
      3. Student (Email for code) – $10.00 Registration code required
  • Event type
    • Online/Webinar

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