Sustainable Buildings Week – New Buildings event on program incentives and energy efficiency resources
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Join us during Sustainable Building Week to learn how we’re supporting the design and construction of some of Oregon’s most resilient, high performance and net zero buildings. Whether your project is large or small, Energy Trust offers flexible incentive packages and technical guidance to help your project reach its energy goals.
Hear from senior field staff about inspiring projects with compelling stories. Learn about case studies with common energy savings approaches for numerous commercial building types. Participants will learn about regional energy efficiency incentive offerings to offset upfront costs to owners, encouraging the adoption of high performance and sustainable buildings. Additionally, presenters will highlight Net Zero Fellowship research and grant opportunities. Plus, earn a valuable AIA HSW CEU.
About the presenters:
ML (Mary Louise) Vidas, outreach manager, Energy Trust New Buildings
ML serves on a team to support all sectors for the New Buildings program in Central Oregon to foster sustainability for all project sizes. She previously owned a green building consulting business providing Living Building Challenge support, Earth Advantage project management and charrette facilitation. ML is a licensed architect in Oregon and has LEED AP BD+C certification.
Amy Haddox, outreach manager, Energy Trust New Buildings
Amy works on new construction office and tenant improvement projects within the Portland metro area. She aids a variety of decision-makers in the implementation of energy-efficient measures by helping them access financial incentives and resources. Amy previously worked in sustainability programs for government and utility clients across the West Coast and trained as a commercial and industrial electrician. She has a Master of Environmental Science and Management.
Date: Tuesday, October 11
Presentation time: Noon – 1:00 pm
CEUs available: 1 AIA HSW CEU
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Continuing education credit available for self-reporting.