Brian Butler, along with David Legg and Henry MacLean will be presenting at a session on ” The Emerging DER Baseline in Eastern Massachusetts ” at ABX on
Thursday, November 15, 2012, from 1 – 2.30 PM . 

ABX, or Architecture Boston Expo, formerly called Build Boston, is a regional conference and trade show of building industry professionals, at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center from November 14 – 16, 2012.

Here’s a description of the session : This session will explore the progress of a handful of completed Deep Energy Retrofits in the Eastern MA area, from the combined perspective of an energy efficiency program manager, a builder, and an architect engaged with the DER projects over the last several years. In addition to establishing a baseline review of energy, design, construction, ROI savings and costs, this session will focus in on programmatic issues of risk management for buildings and the ” DER movement”, including summary of non-energy benefits for other programs.; We will also report on the progress of DER projects engaged with other monitoring efforts such as the ACI 1000 Home Challenge, as well as the evolution of utility programs and incentives as they move from their initial pilot phases to next steps with their marketing. How can the combined efforts of all building professionals help secure this effective and relatively new building type so that it can take its proper place in a shifting and competitive housing market?

The session is open for registration and you can register on the ABX website . Use Promo Code SWD072 to get 15% off your registration.

Don’t hesitate to email us at info@bostongreenbuilding.com or comment on this post with any questions you may have.



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