Better Buildings Events Calendar

Better Buildings partners participate in webinars, peer-exchange calls, meetings, and industry workshops and conferences. Browse upcoming events and opportunities to participate by month.

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Webinar: Boosting Industrial and Manufacturing Efficiency and Resiliency with CHP

Boosting Industrial and Manufacturing Efficiency and Resiliency with CHP

Webinar
Thursday, June 17, 2021 1:00 pm EST
Sector: Industrial

Watch an interactive conversation focused on strategies for industrial and manufacturing sectors to increase energy utilization, improve resilience, and meet clean energy goals through the installation of combined heat and power (CHP).

Speakers: Gavin Dillingham, Houston Advanced Research Center; Bruce Hedman, Entropy Research

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Webinar: Becoming ESPC-Ready

Becoming ESPC-Ready

Webinar
Tuesday, June 15, 2021 3:00 pm EST

Watch this webinar to better understand the basics of Energy Savings Performance Contracting, or ESPC. This foundational training covered how state and local governments can facilitate energy efficiency investments through ESPC, and how facility managers can use ESPC to enhance their facility’s energy performance. Whether you are a stakeholder from a state or local government, university, K-12 school, or hospital, this webinar can help you become ESPC-ready.

This webinar is based on the "Foundations of ESPC" training offered by the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) and the Energy Services Coalition as part of the DOE-NASEO Return-to-Work Initiative.

Speakers: Dale Hahs, Energy Services Coalition; Sam Cramer, NASEO

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Webinar: Electrifying Our Buildings: Challenges and Solutions

Electrifying Our Buildings: Challenges and Solutions

Webinar
Tuesday, June 8, 2021 3:00 pm EST

The move to clean energy and renewable sources of power is driving a move to electrification in the building stock. One of the real-world challenges facing owners and managers is that in a typical building, a substantial part of a building’s load is for heating and cooling – typically provided by fossil fuels such as natural gas. Building owners are struggling to find solutions that meet their needs and are cost-effective. This webinar explored options available today and different approaches to meet carbon goals, featuring building owners and design teams that are leading the market to achieve electrification goals.

Speakers: Paul Donohoo-Vallet, DOE; Christos Chrysiliou, Los Angeles Unified School District; Julie Klump, POAH; Kent Peterson, P2S Inc

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