• #NetZeroNow

    Save the Date for Net Zero Buildings Week

    Net Zero Buildings Week is happening again June 13-17, 2022 and is led by building industry organizations working to showcase and promote the benefits of net zero buildings for a clean energy future.

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  • May 10-12, 2023

    Save the Date for the 2023 Getting to Zero Forum

    Join us in Minneapolis or Virtually to define a new energy and carbon future for the built environment.

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  • Decarbonization Roadmap Guide for School Building Decision Makers

    Our new guide lays out achievable goals and actionable steps to bring buildings and district portfolios up to modern standards and provide resilient community spaces.

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  • New Tool Available Now!

    Model Government Zero Emissions Building Policy

    The new Model Government Zero Emissions Buildings Policy provides plug-and-play policy language for jurisdictions considering taking a “lead by example” approach to building decarbonization. Read the related blog here.

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