The Getting to Zero Forum is the premier event dedicated to zero energy and zero carbon buildings. With a growing number of climate emergencies across the United States and around the world, there is [...]
Public Roundtable – The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA): Residential Energy Rebates and Contractor Training Programs
A "Public Roundtable" will inform DOE implementation plans for the $4.3 billion HOMES program, $4.5 High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate program, and $200 million State-Based Home Efficiency Contractor Training Grants program, all created through the [...]
Join this free virtual summit featuring sessions for local and state government staff and community-based organizations on leveraging federal funding and multi-sector, community-centered approaches to scaling up holistic retrofits in affordable housing.
Join this webinar to learn about electrification strategies for multifamily buildings of varying ages, climate zones, and sizes. This discussion will highlight key factors to consider when pursuing electrification projects and diverse case studies [...]
The 2023 Hot Water Forum (HWF) comes at a critical—and promising—time. The emergence of new water-heating technologies combined with the investments in building decarbonization and workforce development made by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and [...]
Designed to Deliver: Lessons Learned from Architects, Engineers, and Contractors in Zero-Carbon Buildings
This discussion will highlight the A/E/C and client barriers to routine design and delivery of zero-carbon buildings and reveal the resources developed by Better Buildings Design and Construction Allies that address the challenges.
Buildings Hub Live breaks down the historic opportunity for building electrification enabled through the Inflation Reduction Act.
Join the Building Decarbonization Coalition and Kevin Clark from Rheem to talk about the new, first of its kind, 120v heat pump water heater. Kevin will discuss everything from product journey to what this means [...]
The vast majority of buildings that we will use in the coming decades are already built and account for roughly 39% of the carbon footprint as well as other greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. We [...]