Architecture 2030 is proud to support the 2016 Getting to Zero National Forum, held from October 12-14 in Denver. Join us along with leading designers, owners, operators, commercial real estate professionals, policymakers, manufacturers, and others to share perspectives on the growth of zero net energy and high-performance buildings.
The Forum – organized by New Buildings Institute and Rocky Mountain Institute – will also discuss the policies driving new projects, examine best practices for successful outcomes and explore collaboration on opportunities for ZNE to transform the built environment.
Architecture 2030 Founder and CEO Ed Mazria is one of the plenary speakers, and the other program highlights include:
- Policy sessions to spotlight current rules, incentives and programs that are creating low-energy outcomes and catalyzing projects.
- Leading cities and states to showcase their action on ZNE to attain carbon mitigation goals.
- Technical tracks dig in on critical design, construction and operational aspects with added tracks focused on residential and multifamily ZNE buildings as well as grid integration strategies.
- Business leaders to offer perspectives on the value proposition, cost and financing and share strategize on breaking down the barriers.
- Interactive sessions will highlight the bright spots and lessons learned.