National Grid Presents — Tools and Design Strategies of Resilient Buildings to Achieve Zero Energy
Webinar / July 13, 2017 / Zero Net Energy
Buildings provide fundamental services that allow our society to function every day including comfortable indoor conditioned environments with lighting, ventilation and temperature control. Natural hazards, including severe storms, earthquakes and wildfires, can cut off energy supplied to these buildings, disrupting their core functions and rendering the buildings uninhabitable, causing significant disruption to normal functions of our society. Zero energy buildings have a natural place in efforts to improve the resiliency of our built environment. This webinar addresses the topic of resiliency design generally and how to pursue zero energy as a part of that goal.