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NYC Facades+

  • Apr 2, 2020
  • New York, NY

*POSTPONED until further notice* The goal of the Facades+ conference is to focus on the design and performance on the next generation of facades. We provide proven insights on how to make your ideas become reality. We bring together some of the world’s most productive building professionals and leading researchers to share insights on how facades ideas are brought to life.

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Zero Net Carbon Training with Passive House Principles: Deep Energy Retrofits – Strategies for Gut Rehab or Full Occupancy Retrofits

  • Apr 6-7, 2020
  • SUNY New Paltz campus/Virtual

Deep energy retrofits can be vastly more complicated than new high performance construction projects. Repairs and remediation far beyond energy improvements are often needed. The need to perform retrofits on occupied buildings is often the case or, for universities in particular, vacancy periods may be very short. Façade improvements can be hindered due to historic considerations, lot line issues and space constraints. This session will provide a variety of deep energy strategies that can be employed on existing buildings along with cost implications of taking a phased approach vs. a gut rehab.

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Zero Net Carbon Training with Passive House Principles: Beyond Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs): Refrigerant Management in Design, Construction, and Operations

  • Apr 13-14, 2020
  • SUNY New Paltz campus/Virtual

Refrigerants that are currently used in most heat pump technology are considered serious greenhouse gases and can contribute to global warming if leaked into the atmosphere. Management of these gases are therefore crucial when designing and operating a net zero building. This module focuses on refrigerant management and the considerations that need to be made during design, commissioning, and day to day operation.

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NAPHN Passive House 2020 Conference

  • Jun 11, 2020
  • Virtual

Accelerating climate disruptions and public policy initiatives are driving uncertainty about the future effectiveness of our investments today. The core mission of Passive House 2020 is to demonstrate and discuss how (and why) building owners, developers, and occupants are choosing Passive House to improve outcomes, minimize uncertainty and risk, provide more control, increase performance and enhance well-being.

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Society for College and University Planning Conference

  • Jul 19, 2020
  • Cleveland, OH

Society for College and University Planning Annual Conference is where higher ed leaders with the same goals, meeting the rapid pace of change and competition, come together. It’s where conversations intersect, where learning strategies are shared, and where connections are made.

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ACEEE Hot Water Forum

  • Jul 20-22, 2020
  • Atlanta, GA

Explore the smartest, most cost-effective ways to improve the efficiency of hot water systems, the second largest energy user in the home. In addition, learn about the intersection between hot water systems and important issues like equity and decarbonization. At this unique two-day event, with more than 25 breakout sessions on new programs and ideas, you will meet with industry leaders and fellow professionals in a welcoming community that is passionate about hot water issues in the latest technology, system design, sectors, and programs and policies.

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BuildingEnergy Boston 2020

  • Aug 13-14, 2020
  • Boston, MA

The BuildingEnergy Boston Conference + Trade Show is an event designed by and for practitioners in the fields of high-performance building and design, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. It brings more than 1,200 industry leaders and emerging professionals together to learn from and share ideas with each other. The theme of BuildingEnergy Boston 2020 is Transforming Existing Buildings, with additional emphasis on decarbonization and on bringing more diverse communities into the discussion. SWA's Robb Aldrich and Nicole Ceci will be presenting a session, titled "To Electrify or Not to Electrify...?"

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NYS Green Building Conference

  • Oct 29-30, 2020
  • Syracuse, NY

Lauren Hildebrand, a Sustainability Director at SWA, will be presenting a session titled "Health AND High Performance: Putting Public Health Research on the Built Environment into Action" on April 2nd at the NYS Green Building Conference

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