Participate in this year’s symposium to discover how EPIC is pioneering energy innovations and forging a brighter future for California!
The Building Envelope Campaign is designed to help building owners and managers enhance the energy efficiency of their buildings.
Where does the market stand? Where are we now? Join this Better Buildings Residential Network peer exchange call.
First Public Workshop on California’s Approach under U.S. EPA’s Climate Pollution Reduction Grant Program
At this workshop, CalEPA, CARB and several other State agencies will discuss California’s ongoing work under the CPRG Program, in which the State will deliver to U.S. EPA three climate plans over four years. Several State agencies will highlight existing climate plans, actions, and priorities that will greatly inform California's CPRG deliverables.
The cost to implement deep energy retrofits and fully electrify a home can prove challenging to homeowners, even with historic levels of funding being provided by the U.S. government through the Inflation Reduction Act. [...]
In this workshop, co-hosted by Urban Land Institute and New Buildings Institute, climate artist Nicole Kelner will lead participants in an engaging workshop around envisioning the future of the built environment through your preferred [...]
All people deserve to have healthy and inspiring places to live, work and learn. To construct the needed buildings and infrastructure AND meet global climate targets, we will need to transform how, what and [...]
Retrofit reality check: Overcome challenges and maximize opportunities in commercial and residential buildings
We need to perform roughly 3.5 million deep energy retrofits per year to reach net zero emissions by 2050. People who deliver retrofits say it’s time for a reality check on what it takes [...]
P2S Inc. is kicking off #NetZeroBuildingsWeek with a panel discussion on decarbonization. Our panelists will share 101-level resources that break down the key components of building decarbonization and how it can affect our communities. [...]