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Multifamily Buildings 2011


The Energy Efficiency Edge

 

Since 1996, AEA’s Multifamily Buildings Conference series has provided unmatched opportunities for professionals interested in energy-efficient multifamily buildings to come together to discuss the field’s many challenges and opportunities. The series has convened a diverse community of policy-makers, program designers and implementers, as well as building owners and operators, design and building performance professionals, weatherization agencies, contractors, and diverse energy experts. 
 
This unique conference provides a forum for leaders and practitioners to advance the policies, strategies, and practices that make multifamily buildings energy efficient, durable and safe, extending the benefits of energy efficiency throughout the multifamily building market.
 
Who Should Attend
Energy policy-makers ▪ Engineers ▪ Architects ▪ Building performance professionals ▪ Contractors ▪ Sustainability directors ▪ Building owners ▪ Property managers ▪ Building operators ▪ Real estate investors ▪ Asset managers ▪ Utility program implementers ▪ Weatherization program staff ▪ Trainers ▪ Workforce development leaders.
 
 
 

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Is there interest in doing a large building blower door class in connnection with the conferenece??

It looks like I and some locals could develop a class on doing blower door tests in MF buildings either immediately before or just after the core conference. Joe Konopacki thinks he even has a building we could use for a field site.

It would almost certainly have to be set up like an ACI Short Course -- pre-register, and pay some added fee. If it sounds like there is interest, I'll start pushing hard on it.

So, the blower door class IS going to happen -- Thursday through noon Saturday, August 11 through 13, in Aurora, IL. The logistics of offering this as a Short Course got a little complicated, so it's being offered as a separate event by Insight Property Services. I think we will be able to include a test run of one of the "automated" testing platforms, where all the blower doors needed (8 to 12 or so) are all linked and operated from a central control station driven by a laptop. Get in touch with me for more info -- I should have all the details in a day or two.

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