Past Events

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Past events

Better Buildings for Everyone: Implementing Building Performance Standards

This webinar will provide details on best practices for BPS implementation, including how to set equitable and inclusive policy that will lead to successful implementation.





Better Buildings for Everyone BPS webinar

Regenerative Transformation for DC’s Real Estate Sector

Local Policy and Climate Change Rulemaking Roll Out: An Urgent and Actionable Proposition for Building Impact

AOBA Metropolitan Washington Annual Meeting

Join your colleagues for AOBA’s Annual Meeting at District Winey in DC.

Chinatown neighborhood on a summer morning.

BEPS Seminar Series

Success with BEPS Cycle I: A Two-Part Series

The White House Electrification Summit

Explore how electrification can help the United States meet its climate and equity goals.

Chinatown neighborhood on a summer morning.

AHSRAE National Capital Chapter December Meeting

An overview of the Building Performance Standards in DC and Montgomery County, and a review of ASHRAE Standard 211.

USGBC NCR Green Tie Affair

Celebrate this annual event’s 20th anniversary.

Green Tie Affair

Solutions for Affordable Housing

This event will inspire you to think of new ways to advance your organization’s mission while also considering the nation’s larger housing policy challenges.

Solutions for Affordable Housing at the National Press Club

AAREP DC Presents: Access to Capital

A panel discussion for those interested in learning about different capital funding sources for real estate projects. Panelists include: Senthil…

USGBC NCR Thought Leadership Panel DC Building Energy Performance Standards

Get a multi-perspective overview of DC’s Building Energy Performance Standards and strategies for existing building compliance.

Roosevelt Strategic Council Facilities & Campus Energy Summit

The Summit will focus on strategic and technical capabilities to support decarbonization and electrification, improve overall energy efficiencies, reliability, and resiliency for the public and private sector built environment.

GBI’s Bethesda Sustainable Buildings & ESG Seminar

Net Zero, Health & Wellness, Resilience, Embodied Carbon, and Certification Strategies

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