Past Events

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Past events

Complying with BEPS: How to take action on new building performance laws in DC

This webinar, hosted by the Building Innovation Hub with support from DOEE, will provide context and action steps for the District’s Building Performance Standards.

What It Takes Series: Operating Carbon-Free Buildings

An operations leadership discussion in the What Will It Take Series

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What It Takes Series: Designing Carbon-Free Buildings

A design leadership discussion in the What Will It Take Series

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What Will It Take? The Path to 2050 and Carbon-Free Buildings

The Building Innovation Hub and Clark Construction Group present a leadership series on building decarbonization via design, development, construction and operation.

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Complying with DC BEPS

Join NAIOP DC-MD to learn how building owners can prepare for DC’s Building Energy Performance Standards (BEPS) if their buildings do not meet the median energy use standard

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AEG Washington 21Q1 Stakeholder Challenge: Buildings & Construction

This invitation-only event will ask public and private-sector representatives to discusst the most critical obstacles to achieving DC’s carbon and equity goals via buildings and construction.

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COVID-19 and Multifamily Housing

How to prioritize tenant health and safety in multifamily housing without compromising efficiency or the bottom line.

When Health and Wellness Meets Energy Performance

Learn how market leaders can gain a competitive edge by taking action on COVID-19 and climate change together.

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Operations and Maintenance Best Practices for COVID-19 and Beyond

As COVID-19 continues to disrupt DC real estate, owners and operators are looking to set their properties up for long-term success.

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