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2018 HELIX Summit
Where: Providence, RI
When: Friday, December 7
Join Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP) for their third annual Home Energy Labeling Information eXchange (HELIX) Summit. Learn from pilot states as they integrate HELIX into their home energy labeling efforts, as well as various other industry stakeholders who are working to transform the real estate market. Topics include residential labeling policies and programs, expansion of HELIX beyond New England and New York, integration of new data sources, and much more. Learn more and register here.
RESNET Hybrid HERS Rater Training
Where: Online & Springfield, MA
When: January 21-February 1 & February 11-15
Cost: $2595 (Register by December 20 for $200 off)
The Northeast HERS Alliance is offers HERS rater training classes in the Northeast, approximately 2-3 times per year. Their hybrid HERS rater training classes include an online and a classroom training component. This course has been approved by the Massachusetts Workforce Training Fund, which has funds available for employee training. Learn more and register here.
ASES SOLAR 2019 Call for Participation
The American Solar Energy Society (ASES) invites you to submit a proposal for an oral presentation or a poster at their 2019 conference, "SOLAR 2019: Race to Renewables," taking place August 5-9 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The deadline to submit is January 31.
Kaplan Thompson Architects Makes ARCHITECT's Top 50 'Sustainability' List
Kaplan Thompson Architects of Portland is the only Maine company on ARCHITECT magazine's Top 50 in Sustainability List.
The sustainability rankings are calculated based on participation in the American Institute of Architects' 2030 Commitment Program, the percent of projects that met or exceeded the 2030 target, employee certifications, building certifications, and a green project that exemplifies the firm's commitment to sustainability. Read more...
NZE Home by Maclay Architects featured on 'This Old House'
For 40 years, iconic TV show “This Old House” has shown viewers how to elevate ordinary houses into thoughtful, livable refuges. The net-zero home of David Miller in Newton, MA encapsulates that mission. Miller and his wife, Karen, designed the shingle-style home from scratch in 2011 on the site of an abandoned home in the town just outside of Boston. The family enlisted Vermont-based Maclay Architects, experts in net-zero design, to execute their vision. Read more...