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ACI NATIONAL ATTENDEES

For anyone planning to attend ACI's National conference. We'd like to hear what you're hoping to see/do. Who you're looking forward to seeing. What sessions are you presenting? Maybe even meet up once we're there.

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Proposals for AC12 Due by July 15

If you are working on something really cool right now, or you've got a new angle to an old problem, we'd love to hear from you. ACI is accepting proposals for presentations now through July 15th for…Continue

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Started by Jennifer Luitwieler Jul 8, 2011.

Trying to learn as much as I can 3 Replies

Hello everyone,I will be attending the ACI conference on Wednesday and Thursday.  I am still relatively new in this business and I would like to learn as much as possible.  Some of the sessions I…Continue

Started by David Parker. Last reply by Jennifer Luitwieler Mar 30, 2011.

Needs are greater than ever

I'm very much looking forward to the conference this week. The needs are greater than ever and real solutions have been developed over the years that can be implemented quickly and effectively. I…Continue

Started by John Snell Mar 28, 2011.

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Comment by A. Tamasin Sterner on March 15, 2011 at 10:58am
Very cool, thank you. 
Comment by Stephanie Inglis on March 15, 2011 at 5:13am
Hey all! We now have a press room live on acinational.org. If you have news to share, a product to launch or an appointment to announce, just let me know and we'll get it up on the site.
Comment by Stephanie Inglis on March 10, 2011 at 12:17pm
Have you guys seen the speakers for Home Energy Summit pre-conference? We just put the official press release out today. Venture capital investors, politicians, policy makers, program officials and some of the best and brightest members of the home performance industry.
Comment by Carol A. Markell on March 9, 2011 at 8:12am
Jennifer, when is the Social Media presentation and which track?
Comment by Carol A. Markell on March 9, 2011 at 7:31am

Hey everyone, welcome to my backyard -- almost (I'm across the Bay).

We are so excited that ACI is coming to San Francisco and we look forward to meeting you all. You can pick up a free copy of Home Energy at our booth, and our huge staff of seven will all be attending.  I usually go to all things marketing and business. The editors are looking for future articles. And, we all hope that all of you will enjoy SF. Hope you get to see fog and sun, come early and take public transportation out to the Pacific Ocean and walk through Golden Gate Park.

Welcome!

Comment by Laura Reedy Stukel on March 5, 2011 at 2:57pm
Thanks Jennifer.  The Showcasing Home Performance with GreenMLS 2.0 session will highlight what's working and what is not since this movement started a few years ago.  We'll highlight how to get aligned with the MLS in your area...and emphasize why the ultimate goal of helping homeowners get value out of your installs lies in an invisible handoff between home performance contractors and real estate appraisers!
Comment by Amanda Evans on March 4, 2011 at 5:20pm
Great to meet you too Stephanie. Yes, I think everyone needs to come to the Social Media session - to meet everyone in person who we meet on these forums and twitter, facebook etc..
Comment by A. Tamasin Sterner on March 4, 2011 at 9:53am

Wanyu,  We are sitting on lots of data.  I just sent you an e-mail, but maybe it would be useful for the others if you'd be willing to share a brief summary of how best to get you what you need?  Some details about sharing the data?  Thanks

Comment by Wanyu Rengie Chan on March 4, 2011 at 9:43am

Some of us from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory will be attending this conference. We are still looking for data contributors for our Residential Diagnostic Database. Please contact us if you have blower door test data you can share. Your data will help characterize whole-building air leakage characteristics of homes across US, and answer questions related to residential energy use, indoor air quality, etc.

For more info, see: http://resdb.lbl.gov/

Comment by Stephanie Inglis on March 4, 2011 at 6:30am
Amanda, it was great to meet you this week (in person). I think the social media session is going to turn into something special.
 

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