During this session we will discuss the ways different cities across the U.S. are supporting the integration RH&C technologies into local markets. Panelists will talk about the methods they've used to analyze market opportunities, develop strategic partnerships, and advance thermal decarbonization programs and policies.
Harvard University and Google will share their experiences and lessons learned from being at the forefront of a national movement to make building materials healthier.
Continuous evolution of project types coupled with innovative partnerships between facility owners, utility companies, and IoT companies are transforming how we identify, achieve and sustain energy efficiency. Following this approach, MIT's Efficiency Forward Program has achieved savings of 55 Million kWh and 1.5 Million therms. Come learn how.
A revolution in technologies in both the parking and transportation industries offers parking asset owners the opportunity to steer and accelerate the adoption of sustainable and healthy mobility choices. See how Stanford University, Brookfield, and other owners are leading the transformation through the Parksmart All-In certification program.
This session will feature case studies and lessons learned from renowned hotel owners and sustainability consultants that are driving utility cost reduction programs in the hospitality industry at the property-level and across national hotel brands, from budget hotels to five-star luxury resorts.
As the quality of existing benchmarks has come into question, the search for improvement has increased demands on reporters. Does benchmarking actually drive better results, or is it a fundamentally flawed distraction? Join leaders in data-driven benchmarking to discuss challenges and new approaches to comparing sustainability performance of buildings.
This session covers modifications in ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2016 that are significantly important to designers and policy-makers. Presenters will discuss changes in Building Envelope, Mechanical Systems, and Lighting Systems. They also will explain the new compliance path G, which can be used for both minimum code requirements and above-code programs.
In the age of big data, new tools, increasing access to information, and decentralized computing are allowing us to make smarter decisions faster. Session covers integration of multivariable optimization and real-time data visualization into the early stages of the planning and design process to create more sustainable and resilient communities.
There is growing evidence that buildings impact the health, well-being and productivity of occupants. Fitwel is a cost-effective, high-impact building certification that positively impacts building occupant wellness through improvements to workplace design and policies. This session will provide an overview of Fitwel and company case study examples using the system.
This session will use real world examples and resources to discuss how to get your sustainability program paid for by selling the value proposition to stakeholders and leveraging appropriate third-party financing options.