At ACI (Affordable Comfort, Inc.), we are interested in identifying ideas, topics, and presenters for the practical application and implementation of innovative ideas in residential buildings.

We encourage you to submit a presentation proposal for the ACI 2012 National Home Performance Conference in Baltimore, Maryland.

ACI is able to present a wealth of information to our conference attendees by incorporating proposed sessions and workshops into our conference program. Proposals can come from any sector- including professionals in energy, housing, construction, weatherization, green building and design, as well as policy makers and program designers.

ACI’s 2011 National Conference in San Francisco drew in more than 2,000 attendees, our largest audience to date. This year we celebrated 25 years of being at the center of home performance and weatherization. With your help, we can kick off our next 25 years with our most dynamic and successful conference yet.

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