Erie Emerging 2030 District: October 2018 Energy Efficiency Workshop
October 25 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm EDTFree
This is the second in a series of bi-monthly workshops offered by the Erie Emerging 2030 District to help educate downtown organizations and businesses about energy efficiency opportunities. Every other month, the District will provide experts and presentations on a variety of efficiency topics, in order to help achieve the District’s overall goal of reducing energy use 50% by the year 2030.
This workshop will be held at the Erie Art Museum, a LEED Gold Certified building. The Museum also recently received the Green Building Alliance 25th Anniversary award as one of most sustainable and impactful buildings in Western Pennsylvania.
Please register for this FREE event by clicking the registration button above and below the event page. Registration is required.
The session will also be preceded by a meeting of the Erie 2030 District Advisory Committee from 2:30 to 3:00. Anyone interested in becoming a committee member, or in need of information about the District, is welcome to attend.
The session will include the following presentations, as well as a building tour:
- Erie Emerging 2030 District Update
Guy McUmber, Green Building Alliance
- Tree Pittsburgh Net Zero Building
Danielle Crumrine, Director, Tree Pittsburgh and Matt Plecity, GBBN Architects
- Energy Markets and Purchasing
Ryan Williams, Vice President, Total Energy Resources, LLC
- Pennsylvania Sustainable Energy Finance Program (PennSEF)
Angelica Ciranni, Pittsburgh 2030 District Director, Green Building Alliance
- Erie Art Museum LEED Gold Building
Joshua Helmer, Executive Director, Erie Art Museum
- Museum Tour
The Erie Emerging 2030 District, a Green Building Alliance strategic initiative, is presented by:
Erie Emerging 2030 District Meetings are sponsored by:
The Green Building Alliance Northwest PA Branch is sponsored by: