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Pro Tour News

April 26 Affordable Multifamily Built to Passive House Standards

Portland, ME: Join NESEA for a tour of Parris Terraces, a new project providing Portland, ME with 23 units of affordable housing. The tour will happen as the build is nearing completion, giving attendees the opportunity to see the progress of the project in its final stages.

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May 10 High-Performance Laboratory & Business Incubator Facility

Binghamton, NY: Join us for a tour of the new Koffman Southern Tier Incubator, an innovative facility that provides labs and shared facilities for start-ups. This project has received an ACEC NY Engineering Excellence Award.

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View photos from the March 29 Pro Tour of a LEED Platinum Environmental Education Center in Delmar, NY.


Conference News

Propose a Conference Session for BuildingEnergy NYC

The Conference Chairs for Building Energy NYC 2019 (September 26) invite you to propose education and workshop sessions in support of this year's conference theme: Electrification. The deadline to submit is April 18.

Proposals will be reviewed and vetted by a volunteer NESEA Member committee to ensure that sessions are data-driven, diverse, and genuinely useful.

Electrification has been identified as a key component of 80% GHG reduction by 2050 and has transformative implications for the building industry. How does it affect design, construction, related policies, technology, operations, user engagement, and community equity in your project? The Conference Chairs also seek proposals that address solutions when electrification is not possible, including other solutions for CO2 reduction.

Submit a Proposal

Thank You for Another Amazing BuildingEnergy Boston!

Thank you to all of this year's attendees, exhibitors, sponsors, speakers, volunteers, partners, and hard-working committee members who helped make BuildingEnergy Boston 2019 one of our community's most inspiring conferences to date.

View select photos from the event here. Slide presentations from most of the conference sessions are now available here, and we will be sharing a video of this year's stellar keynote address on embodied carbon in a few weeks.

You can also read a play-by-play recap of the event by NESEA Lifetime Member Jodi Smits Anderson here and the opening remarks by Conference Co-Chair Michelle Apigian here.

We can't wait to see you at next year's event!


Other NESEA News

NESEA Is Hiring!

NESEA is accepting applications for a full-time Program & Event Coordinator to join our team. The person in this position will serve NESEA's mission by providing administrative and onsite support for programs including BuildingEnergy Pro Tours, Bottom Lines, and conferences. You can read more about the position and how to apply here.

Call for Magazine Abstracts and Editorial Committee Members

BuildingEnergy magazine is curated, authored, and peer-reviewed by members of the NESEA community. We are currently accepting proposals for articles for the fall publication and inviting NESEA Members to serve on the Editorial Committee to help select content.

To participate as an author, submit a proposal for consideration here. To participate as a committee member, email Florence MacGregor at fmacgregor@nesea.org. The deadline to submit is April 30.

Welcome to Our Newest Business Members

For a directory of all NESEA Business & Academic Members and their services, visit the NESEA Green Pages Business Directory. You can learn more about about business and academic membership on our website.


Featured Jobs

The ability to post on NESEA's Jobs Board is a NESEA Business and Academic Member benefit. To post a job, click here or contact Florence MacGregor.

NESEA Members can also post their resumes to our Resume Bank, which  NESEA Business and Academic Members can access to search for new hires.

Here are a few of this month's featured jobs:

Electrical Engineer (Sustainable, Holistic, Building Design) at Petersen Engineering

Portsmouth, NH - We are bringing Electrical Engineering in-house in order to deliver “one-stop shopping” MEP/FP services to our clients. We recently hired an experienced electrical Professional Engineer with 30+ years of experience to lead our new EE department. We envision in the next year an EE department of 5 individuals to support our existing EE workload, and then for the department to grow as more capacity is needed. Learn more...

Senior Analyst, Transmission, Generation, and Energy Procurement at National Grid

Waltham, MA - This role supports the delivery of positive financial results, regulatory outcomes, operational performance, attainment of the capital investment plan, and positive stakeholder engagement. It also identifies, tracks, and reports on key performance indicators and metrics to help drive performance, and is responsible for the delivery of our monthly and quarterly reporting materials. Learn more...

Lead Carpenter at Earthshare Construction

Lebanon, NH - Unique opportunity for a highly experienced craftsperson / industry veteran who wants to be part of a growing triple bottom line Green Building company. This leadership position offers the right candidate a chance to shine in a supportive and progressive team-oriented work environment. Learn more...


Community News & Events

We’d like to help spread the word about upcoming member events and news items. Submit news items via this form or post an event to our community event calendar, and we’ll try include it in the next Members Monthly.

USGBC MA Building Tech Forum

Where: Boston, MA

When: Thursday, April 4, 5:30pm–8:30pm

Cost: $85

Join USGBC MA at their annual Building Tech Forum, where leading companies will answer the question “What’s Next?” and explore the future of building science. Start the night with drinks and networking, followed by a series of 35+ presentations where industry leaders discuss advances in building technologies. All presentations are split into 1 of 3 education tracks organized by topic. Learn more...

Cleantech Open Kickoff Party

Where: Fall River, MA

When: Thursday, April 11, 5:30pm–8pm

Cost: $0–$15

Please join us in celebrating the launch of the 2019 Cleantech Open accelerator! If you're a cleantech entrepreneur, this is the perfect event to learn how your venture can benefit from Cleantech Open. You will have the opportunity to give a 1-minute pitch in front of the audience. The crowd favorite will win a free application to Cleantech Open! Learn more...

High-Performance Open House

Where: Weston, MA

When: Sunday, April 14, 1pm–5pm

Cost: Free

NESEA Member Steve Snider of Green Phoenix Development is inviting NESEA Members and their guests to the first public open house for a two-year total gut renovation of an 1897 farmhouse into a high-performance luxury home. Following a deep energy retrofit, the home is expected to certify under the LEED for Homes (applying for Platinum), ENERGY STAR, Indoor airPLUS, and Zero Energy Ready Home programs. The architectural character of the vintage home has been maintained while adapting it for 21st century living. Learn more...

NEWIEE’s 9th Annual Awards Gala

Where: Boston, MA

When: Wednesday, April 24, 6pm–9pm

Cost: $175–$275

The New England Women in Energy and the Environment (NEWIEE) Awards recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of women leaders in the fields of energy and environment. These women have achieved professional excellence within their area of specialty and have actively paved the way to success for other women in similar or related professional areas. NEWIEE's 2019 Annual Awards Gala will feature five exceptional women leaders. Learn more...

BSA Embodied Carbon in Buildings Conference

Where: Cambridge, MA

When: Friday, May 31, 8am–7pm

Cost: $300, BSA members; $400, non-members

Massive volumes of carbon emissions are tied to building materials and construction. The time for AEC professionals to talk carbon is now. Join the Boston Society of Architects (BSA) at this event to learn from leading-edge practitioners and researchers as they investigate the impacts and opportunities of materials and products, and share strategies for realizing carbon-thoughtful design. Leave with literacy on the issues of embodied carbon and implementable approaches for forward-looking practice. Space at this event is limited, so register today! Learn more...

RESNET Hybrid HERS Rater Training

Where: Manchester, NH

When: April 29–May 10 + May 20–24

Cost: $2595

The Northeast Home Energy Rating System (NEHERS) Alliance offers hybrid HERS rater training classes that include an online and a classroom training component. This comprehensive package has everything a student needs to be well prepared to become a HERS rater. HERS Rater Training is the first step towards Rater Certification. The final registration deadline is April 16. This course has been approved by the Massachusetts Workforce Training Fund, which has funds available for employee training. Learn more...

New Energy News Source for the Northeast

The Energy News Network is a nonprofit news site dedicated to keeping stakeholders, policymakers, and citizens informed of the important changes taking place in the transition to a clean energy system. Launched in 2010 as Midwest Energy News, ENN now offers four regional services including Northeast Energy News, which was added in 2018.

View the Spring Issue of Home Energy Magazine

The mission of Home Energy magazine is to provide reliable, up-to-date information on energy-efficient products and best practices in home performance, energy efficiency, comfort, health, and affordability. View their brand new Spring 2019 issue here.


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