This meeting is private, open only to the NESEA Member-volunteers serving on this year's committee.
Join us for the 2022 NESEA Annual Meeting on Tuesday, November 1.
Whether you’ve been a NESEA Member since the beginning or are just curious about NESEA’s work and mission, this is the event for you. Members and non-members alike are welcome.
NESEA's Executive Director, Board Chair, and Treasurer will provide a report summarizing our last fiscal year (July 1, 2021 - June 30, 2022). In addition to learning about our recent work, participants will have the opportunity to network through virtual breakout rooms.
NESEA went to the White Mountains for a Pro Tour showcasing a high performance institutional building that combines the traditional character of a mountain lodge with ambitious performance goals.
Thinking of submitting a session proposal for BuildingEnergy Boston 2023, but don't know where to start? Have a question about the conference theme? Have an idea but want a different perspective? Join us for an informal chat with conference chairs Megan Nedzinski and Dave Boettcher! This is a great opportunity to develop and refine session ideas while the call for proposals is still open.
NESEA's BuildingEnergy NYC conference is designed by and for practitioners in the fields of high-performance building and design, energy efficiency, renewable energy, and building/energy policy.
Join us in kicking off BuildingEnergy NYC 2022 and honoring the contributions of three outstanding individuals in the community at our annual NESEA Night awards reception! We are delighted to host this event in New York City for the first time and to bring our community together to celebrate the award recipients, meet new people, and reconnect with old friends.
During this session you’ll gain a better understanding of what an inverter is, how it impacts heat pump and air conditioner operation, benefits inverters bring to occupants, and how inverters play a crucial role in decarbonizing buildings in NY and the northeast. Sponsored by Daikin.
Using heat pumps to electrify heating and cooling is a common approach to decarbonizing buildings. To achieve the goals of the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, New York State must quickly move from a building-by-building approach to a community-by-community approach. Heat pumps can be integrated with a network of distribution pipes to serve multiple buildings, in a configuration referred to as a Thermal Energy Network (TEN). Sponsored by NYSERDA
Join us for this BuildingEnergy NYC pre-conference webinar to hear how NYSERDA funding can help you develop and deliver a building operations and maintenance (O&M) training program that can optimize your buildings’ operations, save money, reduce your building’s carbon footprint and improve your tenants’ comfort. Sponsored by NYSERDA
The City of New York is known for its dynamic, exciting skylines, but those buildings are a major source of emissions. With Local Law 97, the city is introducing emission limits to organizations responsible for their building emissions. As a solution provider, you have a valuable role in helping buildings comply. Sponsored by EnPowered.