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Conference News

An Invitation from the Conference Chairs

Hello NESEA friends!

We are thrilled to invite you to BuildingEnergy Boston 2018, March 7-9 at the Westin Boston Waterfront!

This year we are pleased to be offering the same high-quality content and networking opportunities you’ve come to expect from BuildingEnergy Boston, wrapped up in an exciting new package. A new location, updated trade show floor, and all-inclusive pricing are just some of the ways we’re working to enhance the experience for attendees.

We’ve also got a session lineup that will knock your socks off. Many thanks to all those who submitted proposals and to the hardworking Content Committee who reviewed them.

We took on the roles of Conference Co-Chairs because we believe in the power of NESEA: the power to bring together people and ideas, to learn from our successes and our failures, and to make change that matters.

In these difficult and divisive times, BuildingEnergy Boston is a place where we can come together to get real, get re-charged, and get down to business. Whether you’re an emerging professional or a seasoned veteran, we welcome and invite you to re-invigorate your practice and find your people.

March 7 is coming soon. Can we count you in?

Sincerely,

 

Betsy Glynn & Andrew Webster, 2018 Conference Co-Chairs

Register Now!

Early Bird Pricing

A limited number of early bird tickets are available. With member pricing, an early bird full pass is $495, and a one-day pass is $315. View full pricing info here.

Exhibit at BuildingEnergy Boston

All NESEA Business Members receive a special exhibitor rate of $2,800 (the non-member price is $2,950). This includes an exhibit table and two full conference passes for exhibitor staff, which include lunch, coffee all-day, and entrance to all receptions.

See our 2018 Exhibitor Package for more information. You can also view a map of the trade show floor to see our current exhibitors and which tables are available. To reserve your table, contact Devan Folts at dfolts@nesea.org or (413) 774- 6051 ext. 25. The floor is almost half full, so don’t wait!

Volunteer at BuildingEnergy Boston

NESEA depends on nearly 100 volunteers to help make BuildingEnergy Boston a success. We also call volunteering a work-exchange, because, in exchange for your help, you get to attend conference content for free. Learn more here.

Apply for a Conference Scholarship

NESEA is now accepting applications for the Kate Goldstein Scholarship for Emerging Professionals and the BE the Future student scholarship. We invite applications from individuals who have been working in their fields for fewer than five years, current voc/tech, college, and graduate students. Each scholarship includes a day pass to BuildingEnergy Boston, a year-long NESEA membership, and a pass to a BuildingEnergy Pro Tour. Applications are due on January 23. Learn more and apply here.


Other NESEA News

New Member Benefit: Resume Bank

NESEA is preparing to launch a Resume Bank, a new tool to connect job seekers with potential employers. If you are interested in posting your resume, please contact Florence MacGregor at fmacgregor@nesea.org.

Nomination Period is Open for 2018 NESEA Awards

The deadline for nominations is January 31.

Distinguished Service Award: NESEA's Distinguished Service Award recognizes a NESEA member who has made a significant contribution to the organization. Submit a nomination, learn more about the award, and view a list of previous winners here.

Professional Leadership Award: NESEA's Professional Leadership Award recognizes an individual who demonstrates exemplary professional practice and exceptional humanity. Submit a nomination, learn more about the award, and view a list of previous winners here.

Thank You for Your Support!

Thank you to everyone in the NESEA community who has made a donation to our Capacity Campaign! To date, we have raised over $85,000—that's already nearly triple our typical annual fund total for the year. The funds raised through this campaign will allow us to fulfill the goals of our strategic plan, as we provide quality programming and resources in support of our mission. Learn more about the Capacity Campaign and those who are supporting it, or make a gift today!

Welcome to Our Newest Business Members

Ripcord Engineering - Ripcord Engineering offers integrated high-efficiency HVAC and plumbing design, Energy Modeling, and Mechanical Commissioning for Commercial and Residential buildings.

Build Equinox - Build Equinox is a US company who designs and builds the CERV Smart Ventilation system in a 100% solar powered facility. CO2 and VOC sensors combined with heat pump energy recovery sets the CERV apart from the competition.

Pinnacle Window Solutions - Pinnacle Window Solutions offers green window solutions for every application. From traditional to modern and residential to commercial, we work hard to make your window choice and ordering process simple and enjoyable.

For a directory of all NESEA Business Members and their services, visit the NESEA Green Pages.


Featured Jobs

The ability to post on NESEA's Jobs Board is a NESEA business member benefit. To post a job, click here or contact Florence MacGregor at fmacgregor@nesea.org. Here are a few of this month's featured jobs:

Home Performance/Renovations Lead Carpenter at New Frameworks

Burlington, VT - New Frameworks is a worker-owned, high performance natural building company looking for a lead carpenter to head our home performance and renovations team. 

We are a 100% worker-owned cooperative. By joining and becoming an owner at New Frameworks, you’ll share in our profits, be an integral member of our innovative and positive team, have training and professional development opportunities, and most importantly, have an impact in the success of our company. New Frameworks urges women, transgender and gender nonconforming people, and those of diverse racial, ethnic, religious, sexuality or other marginalized groups to apply. Learn more...

Project Manager: Construction & Sustainability at RiseBoro Community Partnership

Brooklyn, NY - This position on the development team manages new and existing housing projects in various stages of completion under the supervision of the Director of Properties and Director of Real Estate Development. This includes modeling prospective projects for Energy Performance, ensuring construction details are properly completed in the field, and performing post build certification and Quality Assurance. Learn more...

Design Director at Unity Homes

Walpole, NH - Unity Homes designs and builds healthy, comfortable, high performance homes throughout the Northeast. Unity’s Design Director oversees the development and deployment of Unity's Design System and will report to the Operations Director. This is a full-time (40-45 hours per week) role based in our Walpole, NH office and may include occasional travel. Learn more...


Member-to-Member News

We’d like to help spread the word about upcoming member events and news items. Use this form to let us know about your event/news and we’ll include it in the next Members Monthly.

Seattle & Portland Passive House Courses

Where: Seattle, WA & Portland, OR

When: January 23 & January 31

Cost: Varies

Passive House weekend courses, offered by NESEA Business Member Yestermorrow, are coming up soon in Seattle and Portland—spread the word! Learn more about the Seattle course here and about the Portland course here.

Solar PV Development Survey

NESEA Business Member, the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC), is developing educational resources and a cost-free technical assistance service to support commercial solar PV development in the Commonwealth. They are seeking perspectives from commercial property owners, building managers, developers, tenants and others active in the real estate or solar markets to complete a short, 15-minute survey to help refine the service offering. Take the survey here.

Book Review by Jonathan Wright

NESEA Lifetime Member Jonathan Wright recently reviewed Creating Biophilic Buildings, a book by Amanda Sturgeon of the International Living Futures Institute. You can read the review on NESEA's blog.


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