July BESF – Net Zero energy & resilience: Scaling solutions
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Join us for an in-depth presentation on how to design renewably powered, resilient buildings now and in the next decade by looking at the latest in solar PV systems, battery storage, resiliency strategies, policies and trends.
With a focus on net-zero energy design, attendees will review leading project examples to learn about best practices for scaling renewable energy solutions and the latest protocols, and how the alignment of these strategies can result in broader grid modernization efforts. Additionally, we will provide an overview of tools and resources used for modeling, evaluating and goal setting.
Energy Trust strives for clean, affordable energy for everyone and in developing project goals that incorporate energy resilience and workforce development strategies. Net-zero energy buildings present opportunities that help advance these goals. The webinar will cover key focus areas on community and stakeholder engagement, partnership development, technical training, and resiliency planning that can support equitable outcomes on upcoming projects.
About the presenter:
Jack Newman, REP, VMA, senior sustainability consultant, Säzän Environmental Services
Jack is a certified Renewable Energy Professional with the Association of Energy Engineers and serves as president of the Board of Directors for Solar Washington. Working as a senior sustainability consultant with Säzän Environmental Services (SES), he specializes in net-zero energy consulting services for high performance buildings, as well as energy resiliency and grant funding strategies for tribal and indigenous communities.
Presentation: 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Q&A: 1:00-1:30 p.m.
1.5 continuing education units (CEUs) available for self-reporting.
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