One of the best conferences anywhere to address building energy performance and efficiency is BuildingEnergy, presented by NESEA (the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association). BuildingEnergy NYC will be held this Thursday, September 26, at Convene 32 Old Slip Conference Center as part of Climate Week. This year’s theme of “Electrification” means that content will focus on how electrification will affect design, construction, related policies, technology, operations, user engagement, and community equity, as well as on solutions for when electrification is not possible.
Part of the secret to NESEA’s success is the high-touch curation, dialogue, and speaker preparation that NESEA’s community of practitioners does with conference speakers behind the scenes in the weeks leading up to the event. And the results, in terms of session quality, truly speak for themselves. It will be a great event.
Passive House Accelerator is proud to be a partner and to help spread the word. Whether it learning the ins and outs of electrifying large buildings, or learning about the upfront embodied carbon impact of your next project, or learning how to pitch high performance projects to reluctant stakeholders, or learning about New York’s push for carbon neutral buildings, or taking in any of the two dozen fascinating-sounding sessions on tap that day, BuildingEnergy NYC is not a conference that you want to miss.
If you’re in the City this week, why not carve out Thursday to join us at the event?