Turning Data into Action
Where: New York, NY
When: Friday, August 7, 9am–10:30am
Join the Building Energy Exchange, Bright Power, and Sustainable Energy Partners for a moderated conversation on Turning Data into Action, a follow-up to the team’s groundbreaking study, Retrofitting Affordability; Evaluating New York City’s Multifamily Building Energy Data for Savings Opportunities.
Turning Data into Action dissects the City’s LL87 and LL84 building benchmarking and energy audit data, creating twelve user-friendly ‘tear-sheets,’ which group energy conservation measures (ECMs) into retrofit packages organized by key touch-points in a building’s financial lifecycle. These tear sheets make it easier for buildings professionals to understand which efficiency measures make sense and when to do the work. Learn more and register here.
NEWIEE’s Women Shaping the Agenda
Where: New York, NY
When: Thursday, July 26, 5pm–8:30pm
New England Women in Energy and the Environment (NEWIEE) is pleased to announce its fourth annual panel discussion in the "Women Shaping the Agenda” series. This year's event will center on “New England’s Climate Readiness: Diverse Voices on Adaptation and Resilience.” This year's keynote speaker is Katie Theoharides, Assistant Secretary of Climate Change for the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs. Learn more and register here.
Solar Access - Affordable Home Heating
The Center for EcoTechnology (CET), a NESEA business member, is now offering affordable, renewable energy for your community. Solar Access is a new MA program for middle-income homeowners and is funded by the MassCEC and the Mass DOER. Working with an energy expert, homeowners will be guided through the program, which adds a special Solar Access incentive to the existing combination of electric utility, state, and federal incentives for renewable energy. Learn more here.
SAF Seeks Partners for New High-Performance Cladding Endeavor
NESEA Business Member SAF Systems, a new company with headquarters in Massachusetts, is looking to bring a unique technology called SAF (Solar Activated Facade)—developed and commercialized in Switzerland some time ago—to the North American market. SAF Systems is seeking investors, distributors, and industry partners that can supply their glass and wood needs and potentially perform their manufacturing and assembly. Learn more about Solar Activated Facades in this short video, or by visiting SAF System's website.
If you are interested in investing or become actively engaged as a manufacturing or distribution partner, contact Eric Nelson at email@example.com.