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You've finished a great energy efficiency project with big outcomes, now what? In this session, communications experts lead the audience through how to best promote their work and which channels to use.
From affordable student housing to high-infill offices, a rapidly accelerating building trend is the proliferation of zero energy buildings. This session focused on the financial, technological, and design process innovations that make these projects a reality today.
Leading cities shared how they have successfully established challenge programs to engage local building owners to reduce their energy and water consumption and accelerate the installation of renewable energy
Participants learned how DOE's 50001 Ready and Superior Energy Performance 50001 programs can help them achieve their long-term energy management goals.
This session highlighted projects that have been able to achieve significant energy and water savings through technologies and innovative strategies.
This session addressed best practices to overcome perceived risks from issues such as: consumer protections regarding the size of financing payments relative to overall household budget; the ability to fund the cost of necessary structural and health & safety improvements; and the split incentive for a landlord to pay for a retrofit that only benefits the tenant.
This session featured strategies for aligning goals and activities to enable action around energy efficiency among multiple actors, including property management teams with their real estate clients and landlords with their commercial and federal tenants.