Update: BuildingEnergy NYC Sold Out!
Our thanks go out to the attendees, sponsors, and speakers for such an inspiring and informative conference. We have uploaded some pictures from the event here.
NESEA's BuildingEnergy NYC conference and trade show is a chance to immerse yourself in a full day of networking and intensive learning with your peers from the fields of design, construction, engineering, policy, finance, and beyond. This unique event is designed by and for our community of practitioners, ensuring that the content is useful, relevant, and on the leading edge. Conference sessions present best practices and lessons learned based on real case studies and proven data, as well as showcasing innovative technologies and programs. If you are a building sustainability professional in any stage of your pleae join us on Thursday, October 12, 2023 in New York City!
BuildingEnergy NYC attendees are leaders and emerging professionals from across the Northeast, committed to developing a more sustainable, healthy, and resilient built environment. They represent a wide range of industries, backgrounds, and levels of experience.
Conference Theme: Deconstructing Decarbonization
After decades of incremental change, hard work, and some setbacks along the way, we now have the tools, expertise, and capital available to drastically reduce building-related carbon emissions and make a lasting impact in our communities. With new, landmark policy and climate funding initiatives under development, systemic change from the private sector to all levels of government feels more within reach than ever before. Everyone in our field, whether we work in finance, design, construction, or operations, has a role to play. The monumental task to accelerate emissions reduction strategies has inspired this year's BuildingEnergy NYC conference theme.
Our peer-reviewed conference sessions will break down the decarbonization process from beginning to end, including policy, design, financing, inclusive workforce development, construction, and paths to reaching deeper change at scale. Strategies for decarbonization must not only combat the climate crisis, but must also benefit the people who live in, work out of, and maintain our buildings.
Read more about the conference theme and session selection process here.