February 16, 2018
Driving Innovation, Efficiency,
and Performance in the Built Environment
Networking Event + Panel Discussion
A lot of work has been done to improve the energy efficiency of buildings, including the installation of advanced lighting, HVAC and airflow systems, as well as building envelope technologies and integrated building and energy management systems. Many companies have been reaping the benefits of these new technologies and approaches and are looking for ways to build on this success and take their energy efficiency and clean power efforts to the next levels.
Prospect Silicon Valley, Carnegie Mellon University’s Scott Institute for Energy Innovation, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab’s Energy Technologies Area, and the Northern California chapter of the US Green Buildings Council are sponsoring this event:
Driving Innovation, Efficiency, and Performance in the Built Environment
We will discuss technologies under development and how these hardware and software solutions can be deployed in pilots or limited deployments to demonstrate their ability to have a material impact on energy performance or clean power generation and consumption in the built environment.
Join us for our first networking event of the year!