Can I earn CEUs by attending BuildingEnergy NYC 2021?
Yes! With this year's hybrid format, you can choose from 17 accredited sessions to earn up to 7 credit hours during the conference.
How do I prove that I attended?
NESEA will report your credits directly for AIA, BPI, and GBCI-LEED. When you log in to the conference website in September, be sure to add your membership numbers to your profile.
You will also receive a detailed certificate of attendance via email after the conference. You can use that certificate to self-report your hours to your other professional organizations.
What accrediting organizations are CEUs available for?
We anticipate offering credits for AIA, BPI, GBCI, PHIUS, RESNET, and New York State Professional Engineer certification at BuildingEnergy NYC 2021.
All conference sessions on Thursday will likely offer AIA learning units, with a mix of LU and LU|HSW credits. NESEA will report credits on your behalf.
Check this page closer to the conference for details on which sessions offer credits from the Building Performance Institute (BPI). NESEA will report credits on your behalf.
Check this page closer to the conference for details on which sessions offer GBCI credits for LEED certifications (BD+C, ID+C, O+M & WELL). NESEA will report BD+C, ID+C, and O+M credits on your behalf; however, you must self-report WELL credits.
To receive PHIUS CPHC credits, you must attend at least 4.5 hours of approved conference programming on Thursday, September 30. You will self-report on PHIUS's website to receive credits, using the code included on your certificate of attendance.
To receive RESNET credits, you must attend at least 4.5 hours of approved conference programming on Thursday, September 30. You will self-report your credits.
Professional Engineers, NY State
Professional Engineers can self-report AIA-approved sessions for New York State license renewal. Attend sessions on topics related to your professional area, and self-report to NYSED.