NBI's Getting to Zero webinar series provides ongoing opportunities for knowledge sharing around actionable solutions to drive the highest levels of efficiency in buildings. Low-income communities are most at risk of being left behind as local jurisdictions pursue ambitious carbon reduction goals. Presenters from The Community Preservation Corporation and Association for Energy Affordability will share challenges, lessons learned, and actual cost data from successful zero energy affordable multifamily projects. Multifamily Case studies will cover new construction, deep energy retrofits, getting to zero in a hot-humid climate zone, and more. ASHRAE will present their upcoming AEDG zero energy multifamily guide.
This National Grid webinar will feature commercial case study projects that feature deep energy savings and zero net energy designs. Hear about the progress regional architecture firms are making in meeting the American Institute of Architects (AIA) 2030 Commitment and find out how to engage with the program to transform the practice of architecture. A local design team will present a zero net energy case study, sharing the design process, technologies, and cost control practices implemented to achieve the high performance building.
In this National Grid webinar, residential designers will present zero net energy projects involved in the National Grid Rhode Island zero net energy pilot program. New Buildings Institute will detail the process, technologies, and strategies needed to achieve deep energy savings and zero net energy designs. BriggsKnowles Architecture and Design and One Neighborhood Builders will present the Sheridan Small Homes zero net energy case study, sharing the design process, technologies, and cost control practices implemented to achieve the high performance home.
The Forum is the premier event on zero energy and zero carbon buildings, featuring the world’s leading experts who are creating the market-based solutions that are driving a growing movement to define the future of the built environment. While the conference takes place over three days, we also invite you join us in the zero energy and zero carbon movement 365 days a year.