BuildingEnergy NYC 2015

“BuildingEnergy NYC is a rapidly growing, cross-disciplinary conference that offers practical, hands-on solutions to the financial, environmental, legal, and maintenance challenges facing NYC building owners and practitioners in every neighborhood and borough. Conceived in 2012 and nearly doubling in size yearly, BuildingEnergy NYC sets itself apart as a place where members of New York’s building industry come together to learn from each other how to make the buildings of this great city even better.”

This years BuildingEnergy NYC event will feature sessions in Single Family, Commercial and Instructional, Policy and Codes, Mechanical Systems and Lighting, Renewables, Finance and Banking, Building Envelopes and much more! The October 15th event runs from 9am to 6pm and features a Trade Show with 47 exhibitor booths, six focused discussion tracks, and 24 fully accredited sessions.

Can’t wait for the conference to start learning?

Enroll in Expert Instructor Marc Rosenbaum‘s FREE Deep Energy Retrofit Case Study Lecture to watch the video and participate in a discussion with other professionals with an interest in deep energy retrofit projects. In this 32-minute video, Marc Rosenbaum walks you through all of the calculations and nitty-gritty details of a residential deep energy retrofit project. He does’t pull any punches – it’s all here!

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Interested in taking a deeper dive into the world of Deep Energy Retrofits with Marc and partner NESEA: BuildingEnergy Masters Series? The Deep Energy Retrofits course provides personal guidance from Marc, an opportunity to create a final capstone project, and the opportunity to earn 12 AIA LU/HSW Credits , 12 GBCI credits (CE Hours for LEED Professionals) , 25 Building Performance Institute (BPI) CEUs , 6 MA CSL Credits and 12 PHIUS CPHC CEUs.

In Marc’s course, you’ll learn…

  • How to assess if a house is a good candidate for a DER
  • How energy is used in most houses, and how DERs change that
  • Typical deficiencies of existing homes and how a DER addresses them
  • Heat flow, moisture flow, vapor retarders, and how to perform a simple heat loss calculation
  • Building blocks of a DER—air tightening, foundations, walls, windows, roofs—and the range of approaches that have been successful
  • Heating, cooling, ventilation, and domestic hot water technologies
  • Case studies of successful DERs

Enjoy BuildingEnergy NYC 2015!