BuildingEnergy Boston is a conference designed by and for practitioners in the fields of high-performance building and design, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. It brings more than 1,000 industry leaders and emerging professionals together to learn from and share ideas with each other. Sessions are curated by a volunteer NESEA-Member content committee to ensure that conference sessions are genuinely useful to attendees.
BuildingEnergy Boston 2022 will take place as an in-person conference at the Westin Boston Seaport District on Monday, February 28, and Tuesday, March 1. Attendees will also be invited to a virtual Pre-Conference Showcase on Tuesday, February 15, with sponsored sessions, community events, and workshops.
The conference will feature product demonstrations, networking events, and accredited sessions that offer best practices and lessons learned, case studies and proven data, technical "how-to"s, emerging technologies, and innovative policies and programs.
Health & Safety
We have developed a set of policies to support the health and safety of all attendees. We have also instituted a new refund policy for this year's conference: If you are unable to attend BuildingEnergy Boston because of exposure to or concerns about COVID-19, you may cancel your registration and receive a full refund or credit for a future event.
A sustainable future is possible for the planet and the people who live here, but only with massive, collective, urgent action. With that challenge before us, our theme for this year’s BuildingEnergy Boston conference is: Who’s In?
Who's in? Who is committed to taking the urgent actions needed to curb the effects of climate change?
Bring us your actionable lessons and roadmaps you've employed to generate real savings and create real change today.
Who's in? Who is the next generation of building and energy professionals?
Demonstrate and share your tactics for driving innovative training, elevating workforce development, and catalyzing the pipeline of skilled, diverse, and committed emerging professionals.
Who's in? And who is still missing? Who continues to be left out of our work, and how do we bring these important voices to the table?
Share your strategies that address justice, equity, and inclusion, particularly ones that reach across historic boundaries to center the voices of those who have been marginalized or left out of the sustainability field.
Are you in?
BuildingEnergy Boston is an interdiscplinary conference that brings together leaders and emerging professionals committed to developing a more sustainable, healthy, and resilient built environment. Attendees represent dozens of industries including architecture, engineering, building, design, consulting, policy, finance, auditing, installation, construction, and education.
If you are interested in transforming our built environment, this conference is for you!