[Greenbuilding] BuildingEnergy 15 is a week away in Boston

Stephen Dotson sdotson at nesea.org
Mon Feb 23 14:50:01 MST 2015


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BuildingEnergy 15:

Where the only BS you'll find is good Building Science.

Or if you’d like a more “buttoned-up” tagline,

Knowledge, experience, community : BuildingEnergy 15

The BuildingEnergy 15 Conference & Tradeshow
<http://nesea.org/conference/buildingenergy-15> from March 3rd - 5th, in
Boston, MA is the Northeast's premier gathering for sustainable design,
high performance building, and renewable energy professionals. Produced by
volunteer members of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA)
<http://nesea.org/about>, 3,500+ gather to discuss sustainability in the
built environment. Attendees span all sectors of the building & energy
industries so you can ask tough questions, get honest answers, and
strengthen your practice. Up to 20 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
available. Click here for more information.
<http://nesea.org/conference-details/register-buildingenergy-15>

*For a preview of the content at the conference and what it has to offer
various A/E/C professionals, consider reading some of these blogs from
master building scientists about their upcoming sessions:*


   -

   Karl Rabago (writing on the Keynote): Rethinking the Grid
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/masters-blog/rethinking-grid>
   -

   Fred Unger (writing on the Keynote session): How Our Changing Electrical
   System Will Impact the Ways we Produce, Distribute, and Use Energy
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/masters-blog/rethinking-grid-how-our-changing-electrical-system-will-impact-ways-we>
   -

   Alex Wilson: NESEA Conferences Through the Years
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/masters-blog/nesea-conferences-through-years>
   -

   Matt Root: Content Curation at BuildingEnergy - How a Volunteer-Driven
   High Performance Building Conference is Made
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/community-blog/content-curation-buildingenergy>
   -

   Matt Root - Energy Recovery Ventilators in Multifamily Buildings: Does
   Location Matter?
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/masters-blog/energy-recovery-ventilators-multifamily-buildings>
   -

   Andrea Love: All-glass buildings: is efficiency possible?
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/masters-blog/all-glass-building>
   -

   Rachel White: LED-ing the Revolution - A Conversation with Fred Davis,
   Brian Chemel and George Woodbury about the savings potential with smart
   lighting systems.
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/community-blog/led-ing-revolution>
   -

   Nadav Malin’s Top Three Reasons to Get Yourself to BuildingEnergy 15
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/masters-blog/nadav-malins-top-three-reasons-get-yourself-buildingenergy-15>
   -

   Ann Edminster: The Energy Holy Grail: What's Really in the way of
   achieving Net Zero
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/masters-blog/energy-holy-grail>?
   -

   Marc Rosenbaum’s Tour of BuildingEnergy15 & the Net Zero Leadership
   Summit
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/community-blog/buildingenergy-15-net-zero-summit>
   -

   Kevin Ireton's interview with Katrin Klingenberg on new Passive House
   Standards
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/community-blog/passive-house-standards-continue-evolve>
   -

   Kevin Ireton’s hilarious interview of moisture expert Terry Brennan.
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/community-blog/buildingenergy-conference-refreshes>
   -

   Rachel White’s interview Barun Singh of WegoWise
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/community-blog/big-data-buildingenergy-15>
   -

   Rachel White’s conversation with speakers in the sessions Robert Leaver
   curated (cities/communities)
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/community-blog/community-scale-approaches-sustainability-buildingenergy-15>
   -

   Robert Leaver - Unfolding Community Resilience
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/masters-blog/unfolding-community-resilience>
   -

   Lessons from Scandinavia:
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/community-blog/lessons-scandinavia>A
   photo essay previewing a BE15 session with Andy Shapiro, Thomas Hartman,
   Paul Eldrenkamp, Heather Nolen, and Chris Benedict.
   -

   Paul Eldrenkamp: Terry Brennan’s “H2-Uh-Oh: Moisture Risks and How to
   Manage Them.”
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/community-blog/terry-brennan%E2%80%99s-%E2%80%9Ch2-uh-oh-moisture-risks-and-how-manage-them%E2%80%9D>
   -

   Marc Sternick: BuildingEnergy 15: Why Even Bother?
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/community-blog/buildingenergy-15-why-even-bother>
   -

   Hannah Durschlag: BuildingEnergy 15: Thought-provoking, both practical
   and technical in nature
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/community-blog/buildingenergy-15-thought-provoking-both-practical-technical-nature>
   -

   Adelaide Grady: A Developer’s Perspective on BuildingEnergy
   <http://nesea.org/conversation/community-blog/developer%E2%80%99s-perspective-buildingenergy-15>
   -

   Dave Orsman: CET Online - An Exhibitor’s Perspective on the
   BuildingEnergy 15 Trade Show

   <http://nesea.org/conversation/community-blog/cet-online-exhibitors-perspective-buildingenergy-trade-show>
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