Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Sign In   |   Join NASFA
Site Search
NASFA's Learning Series
Share |

Getting to Zero:  Design and Operating Zero Net Energy Buildings 


Webinar Date:
      December 2, 2015 at 1:30-3:00 pm ET


Over the past decade, zero net energy (ZNE) buildings are moving from rare examples to a mainstream development approach. State and local policies and activities are helping drive the development of this ultra-efficient building method and drive rapid innovation in the building industry. New Buildings Institute (NBI) has been leading a national effort to support, track and improve the design and operation of ZNE buildings in the US. By maintaining a national registry and database, NBI has gathered useful data and insights on these buildings. Through our work supporting the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) and California investor owned utilities (IOU), we have applied these lessons to develop workshops, project consulting and the only national Forum dedicated to getting ZNE buildings to scale in the US. This webinar session will share our insights and lessons learned from the early adopters of ZNE in the commercial building sector. Please join us for an engaging and informative session.


Presenter:
Ralph DiNola, CEO, New Buildings Institute (NBI)

New Buildings Institute CEO, Ralph DiNola, has dedicated his professional life to bringing sustainability, green building and energy efficiency innovation to scale. For more than 20 years he has served as a consultant to developers, governments and Fortune 500 companies seeking quantum advances in their building practices and projects.  He has been invited to provide keynote presentations at corporate meetings and international conferences and serves as an expert facilitator and educator.  Ralph served as a technical advisor for the Living Building Challenge™ standard and has consulted on over 130 LEED® projects, including ten precedent-setting LEED Platinum certifications.  Ralph was founding board chair of the International Living Future Institute, served on the USGBC LEED Retail Committee and was recipient of the Better Bricks Green Building Advocate Award and voted one of the 50 most influential Portlanders by Portland Monthly Magazine.

 

Sign In


Calendar