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Early Bird Registration for Building Energy 11 Ends 2/7

Friday, January 28, 2011 8:11 PM | Deleted user

 "There are lots of ‘green building’ conferences, some good, some bad, and most too broad with little quality control. There are fewer places where multiple disciplines come together to discuss something as specific as “building energy”, and with such rigor. Our discussion has many scalesundefinedfrom policy shaping, to community building, financing, to single building design, to materials and systems choices for that building, and on to verifying performance. It brings together those who work in policy, development, financing, architecture, engineering, and renewable energy technology, among others. This cross disciplinary approach is both a ‘real’ and ‘perceived’ strength of NESEA. It is what draws me there, and one of the things that separates NESEA." -- Jason Forney, Bruner/Cott & Associates Architects

Register now, while early bird pricing is still in effect. Early bird ends February 7.

BuildingEnergy is an annual event organized by the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA). It is the nation's oldest and largest regional conference for renewable energy and high performance building professionals, with participants from across the US and Europe. It will take place this year March 8-10, 2011, at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, MA.

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