Join NESEA for this virtual Pro Tour of Flow Chelsea, the largest mixed-use Passive House project in midtown Manhattan and the tallest infill Passive House building in the world.
Join speakers from 5 companies who participate in NESEA’s Bottom Lines business development program for this lunchtime discussion. You'll learn how these companies have navigated challenges and opportunities with the support of the Bottom Lines network and learn how participation in Bottom Lines might benefit your business.
NESEA is pleased to be partnering with AORTA, the Anti-Oppression Resource & Training Alliance, to offer members of our community access to this post-conference event, designed to give you the tools to start committing your business to becoming an anti-racist organization.
BuildingEnergy Boston is a conference designed by and for practitioners in the fields of high-performance building and design, energy efficiency, and renewable energy.
Within NESEA’s territory, there is a small army of talented youth from under-served communities who would flourish in the sorts of careers that businesses in our community can offer. At the same time, there are scores of businesses hoping to recruit new and diverse employees to fill the labor shortage gap. This community event will be a first big step towards bringing those groups together.
This virtual Pro Tour will offer participants a behind-the-scenes look at a unique renovation currently underway in Manhattan: the transformation of a historic firehouse into 4 units of PHI-certified passive housing.
In the last part of a four-part webinar series presented and sponsored by Daikin, we’ll review the core of Daikin’s next-generation solutions, including inverters, heat pumps, and refrigerants and leave you with a better understanding of how they enable efficient electrified heating in commercial buildings throughout New England and the Northeast.
Join NESEA online for this upcoming Pro Tour, featuring a mid-rise project built to Passive House standards that includes 30 units of affordable housing and an early education center. Curtis + Ginsberg Architects, the hosting firm, will be joined by additional members of the team to share design strategies, mechanical systems and energy use, sustainability issues, and the developer perspective behind this award winning project.
In the third part of a four-part webinar series presented and sponsored by Daikin, you’ll learn how Daikin’s next-generation solutions, including inverters and heat pumps, enable efficient electrified heating in multifamily buildings in the Northeast.
During this one honor meeting, members of NESEA’s BuildingEnergy Bottom Lines program are invited to participate in a conversation following up on our February workshops focused on developing anti-racist businesses.