The BuildingEnergy NYC Conference + Trade Show is NYC's premier event for professionals and practitioners in the fields of high-performance building, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. It brings more than 600 industry leaders and emerging professionals together to learn from and network with each other. This year's event, chaired by Loic Chappoz of NYSERDA and Leia Sims of KOW Building Consultants, will be held on Wednesday & Thursday, October 3 & 4, 2018 at the TKP New York Conference Center (109 West 39th Street, New York, NY).
Industry leaders, like Steven Winter, view this conference as the single best resource for networking and content sharing on energy efficiency in large commercial and multifamily buildings in New York City. It attracts all the key players from the building, sustainability, and resilience sectors for a full day of sessions on best practices and lessons learned.
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BuildingEnergy NYC sets itself apart from other green building conferences through its interdisciplinary content and audience. Attendees represent dozens of professions and industries including architecture, engineering, building, design, consulting, policy, finance, auditing, installation, construction, and education, among others.
This diversity encourages broader conversations and taking a whole-systems approach to address the challenges facing our built environment.
What to Expect
1. Quality content and speakers - The content and speaker lineup for this event is curated by a volunteer committee comprised of NESEA members. They ensure sessions are data-driven, diverse, and genuinely useful to attendees.
2. New business opportunities - See cutting-edge technology and grow your client base on the trade show floor, which showcases the products and services of over 100 industry leaders.
3. New friends and a sense of community - The NESEA community is incredibly close-knit. Members and non-members alike laugh, learn, and work (and sometimes even dance) together.