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Thanks for your interest in writing for the NESEA community blog. Contributing to the blog is a NESEA member benefit.

We welcome posts on topics related to NESEA's mission of advancing the adoption of sustainable energy practices in the built environment by cultivating a community where practitioners share, collaborate and learn.

Guidelines for submitting a blog post:

  • Please submit your own original work. Previously published content, if not disclosed, may be declined.
  • We're looking for content that is in-depth and data rich and that contains actionable information.
  • Observe any copyright or usage restrictions regarding images, obtain permission for use, and cite the source of your image(s).
  • Images must be smaller than 2400x2400 pixels.
  • Links in a post are welcome, but must be non-promotional and relevant to the post. We do not allow affiliate links.
  • Off-topic posts, spam, and overt link-building will be declined, and may result in your account being banned.
  • No greenwashing here. There are a lot of so-called green techniques, products, and ideas out there. We’re committed to real results, and to separating the wheat from the chaff.

Additional information:

  • We receive many posts submissions, and it can take up to several days to get a review of your post. We reserve the right to not publish your submission.
  • We will contact you at the email listed on your profile.
  • All editor decisions are final.
  • Questions? Please contact kschendel@nesea.org

By submitting a post, I acknowledge that I have read the information above, and accept the terms of submitting a post to NESEA's community blog as detailed above. The views and opinions expressed on nesea.org are those of the author's and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) or the majority of the community.

Any NESEA member can post to the Community Blog and share news of business developments, best practices, lessons learned, and much more. Not a NESEA member?  Join today.

The views and opinions expressed on nesea.org are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) or the majority of the community.

 

Henry MacLean's picture

BE Boston 19 RegistrantsBE Boston 20 RegistrantsBE Boston 21 RegistrantsBE Boston 22 RegistrantsBE Boston 23 RegistrantsBusiness MemberCompany Record ManagerGreen Company ManagerMember

Posted on 11/13/2015
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In the 11 seconds it takes you to read this sentence...

Paul Eldrenkamp's picture

BE Boston 19 RegistrantsBE Boston 20 RegistrantsBE Boston 21 RegistrantsBE Boston 22 RegistrantsBE Boston 23 RegistrantsBottom Lines - FacilitatorBottom Lines - Steering CommitteeBusiness MemberMember

Posted on 11/02/2015
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For me, one of the most intriguing sessions at the Bottom Lines Summit will be about fair compensation—“What’s a Living Wage?”

Kate Stephenson's picture

BE Boston 19 RegistrantsBE Boston 20 RegistrantsBE Boston 21 RegistrantsBE Boston 22 RegistrantsBE Boston 23 RegistrantsBE Boston 24 RegistrantsBE NYC 20 RegistrantsBoard MemberBottom Lines - FacilitatorBottom Lines - Steering CommitteeBuildingEnergy 16 Full ConferenceBusiness MemberCompany Record ManagerGreen Company ManagerMember

Posted on 10/21/2015
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“what’s your number?”—meaning, what is the ONE number that it is critical for your business to track to understand how you’re doing?

Jamie Wolf's picture

BE Boston 19 RegistrantsBE Boston 23 RegistrantsBE NYC 21 RegistrantsBottom Lines - FacilitatorBottom Lines - Steering CommitteeBottom Lines - Wolf PackBuildingEnergy 16 Full ConferenceCompany Record ManagerGreen Company Manager

Posted on 10/21/2015
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What should we “plan" to “build?"

Beth Fraser's picture

Member

Posted on 10/07/2015
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When I took the Sales and Marketing Manager position at NESEA back in May, I was faced with reams of paper tracking over eight years of exhibitor involvement with BuildingEnergy.

Posted on 10/04/2015
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On October 8,2015 the Historic Resources Committee of the Boston Society of Architects will be presenting a panel discussion on ...

View the Submission Guidelines

Thanks for your interest in writing for the NESEA community blog. Contributing to the blog is a NESEA member benefit.

We welcome posts on topics related to NESEA's mission of advancing the adoption of sustainable energy practices in the built environment by cultivating a community where practitioners share, collaborate and learn.

Guidelines for submitting a blog post:

  • Please submit your own original work. Previously published content, if not disclosed, may be declined.
  • We're looking for content that is in-depth and data rich and that contains actionable information.
  • Observe any copyright or usage restrictions regarding images, obtain permission for use, and cite the source of your image(s).
  • Images must be smaller than 2400x2400 pixels.
  • Links in a post are welcome, but must be non-promotional and relevant to the post. We do not allow affiliate links.
  • Off-topic posts, spam, and overt link-building will be declined, and may result in your account being banned.
  • No greenwashing here. There are a lot of so-called green techniques, products, and ideas out there. We’re committed to real results, and to separating the wheat from the chaff.

Additional information:

  • We receive many posts submissions, and it can take up to several days to get a review of your post. We reserve the right to not publish your submission.
  • We will contact you at the email listed on your profile.
  • All editor decisions are final.
  • Questions? Please contact kschendel@nesea.org

By submitting a post, I acknowledge that I have read the information above, and accept the terms of submitting a post to NESEA's community blog as detailed above. The views and opinions expressed on nesea.org are those of the author's and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) or the majority of the community.