New on-demand training: Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings and Carbon Research

Enjoy two new on-demand training opportunities on pathways to grid-interactive efficient buildings (GEB) and research on embodied and operational carbon assessments conducted by our Net Zero Fellow, Hannah Rusnac.

Pathways to Grid-Interactive Efficient Buildings

Learn how GEBs play a critical role in supporting sustainability and resiliency goals as experts discuss pathways to support evolving grids through demand flexibility and load shifting. You’ll hear case studies of successful grid-interactive technologies that demonstrate how the region’s design professionals can help meet climate goals, ensure resiliency and advance the industry as a whole. Plus, earn 1 AIA LU CEU.

Carbon Crossroads: An Analysis of Operational and Embodied Carbon in Multifamily Housing

Learn how Net Zero Fellow Hannah Rusnac and her team at Holst Architecture analyzed the embodied and operational carbon of a range of wood-framed and hybrid construction in eight multifamily housing projects in two regional climate zones. This research helps set goals and benchmarks for the whole life carbon footprint of future multifamily construction in our state.

Visit our on-demand training page and register today.

If you have questions about this opportunity or Energy Trust New Buildings, please contact Kriya Kaping, market outreach manager, at 202.538.0530.