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Since 2007, the Behavior Energy and Climate Change conference brings together social scientists, practitioners, utilities, academics, governments, businesses, and non-profits to share and disseminate best practices and research to encourage behavior change for energy and carbon reduction.
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The Buildings XV Conference brings together product manufacturers, research organizations, academia, builders, designers, architects and consultants to discuss their work achievements, interest and awareness of buildings issues, and to provide solutions and insight into some of our major building envelope problems.
Multifamily buildings have historically been a challenging building type when it comes to energy code requirements. Whether its challenges related to envelope tightness and testing, implementing new technologies such as EV, PV, storage or heat pumps, or even knowing which code to use – this building type is often the topic of conversation. In this session, speakers will present new multifamily research and insights to continue to advance efficiency through energy codes.
Recurring droughts and fires, severe weather stressing electric grids, and fluctuations in the natural gas market have communities and individuals increasingly seeking out solutions to create more resilient homes and businesses. Buildings that are energy, carbon, and water neutral have often been considered out of reach, but with new technologies and increasing energy and water prices, they are more attainable than ever. This session will explore the current state of “zero” and identify the challenges holding us back and opportunities, such as energy codes, pushing us forward.
Industrialized construction practices, such as off-site manufacturing, have demonstrated an ability to reduce build times, lower costs, improve quality and performance, reduce environmental impact, create safer working environments, and increase overall construction productivity. Although this practice is far from new, challenges persist around code fragmentation, state and local inspections, and general education. In this session, we will hear about how DOE is supporting this practice through the Advanced Building Construction Initiative, the development of new off-site construction standards, and how manufacturers are finding creative ways to streamline code compliance.
The 2022 ASHRAE Winter Conference technical program is comprised of seven tracks, selected to represent areas of focus common among ASHRAE membership.
On November 1-3, the Greenbuild International Conference + Expo arrives in San Francisco, one of the most sustainable cities in the U.S.
The International Builders' Show is organized by the National Association of Home Builders and is the largest light construction building industry trade show in the United States. It is the only event of its kind, focusing specifically on the needs, concerns, and opportunities that face builders.