Brian Butler is chairing a session at the upcoming NESEA Building Energy 2013 event at the Seaport World Trade Center on March 5,6,7 2013.

The session in the homes track is called Taking Deep Energy Retrofits to Scale ; featuring Linda Wigington,  Affordable Comfort Institute; Greg Pedrick, NYSERDA; Matt Berges, Environmental Health Watch. The session speakers share case studies and experiences from past projects to discuss Deep Energy Retrofits as a market-rate solution for existing housing.

This session is on Wednesday, March 5th from 4 – 5.30 PM and receives 1.5 continuing education units from the following professional organizations: AIABPIGBCI,InterNACHINAHB, and NARI.

Building Energy is an annual, member-driven renewable energy and high performance building conference at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, MA. If you’re looking for cutting edge information, great networking, want to pick up some CEUs and have a little fun along the way, this is the place for you.

Some highlights of NESEA are :

Live Demonstration Stages on the Trade Show (Wednesday & Thursday)
Keynote by NPR’s Alex Blumberg (of All Things Considered and Planet Money fame)
84 Fully Accredited Workshops & sessions – accredited by AIA, BPI, USGBC, BOMI, NAHB, NARI, InterNACHI (some MA CSL credits available, see site) (half day and full day)
150 Exhibitors
Thousands of like-minded professionals from across the region and the nation.
NESEA Night – networking dinner cruise around Boston Harbor.

You can get all the details and register at www.nesea.org/buildingenergy

Don’t forget to use promo code SPEAKERVIP to get $50 off on conference passes.
You can also get a free tradeshow pass here.


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