Hundreds of cities, counties, and states around the country have set aggressive energy efficiency and climate goals. However, there is often a disconnect between these bold goals and the day-to-day operations of public buildings. With support from the US Department of Energy, NBI and our partners EcoEdge and Maalka have worked with cities around the country to develop and implement municipal building portfolio strategic energy plans to achieve energy and emissions reductions in public buildings. Join us to hear about the results of this three-year project and to learn about this replicable framework and a wide variety of free, open-source tools and resources available for local governments seeking to lead by example.
Join us for a webinar on the 2021 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) update process. During this 90 minute session, experts will outline the best opportunities for achieving substantial energy savings that will have decades-long impacts on the energy performance of residential and commercial buildings . Attendees will learn about critical proposals and public comments, steps governmental members must take to register to vote, and deadlines between now the online voting in November. International Code Council members and their registered voters can help make a difference in the 2021 IECC. Guides from NBI and our national partners will make it easy.
This solutions-focused 2019 Getting to Zero National Forum will spotlight collaborations, policies and practices that are driving better energy and carbon outcomes for buildings. Co-hosted by New Buildings Institute and Rocky Mountain Institute, the conference will gather leading designers, owners, operators, commercial real estate professionals, policymakers, manufacturers and others working on getting to zero energy and zero carbon performance in residential and commercial projects.