2018 NET ZERO ENERGY SUMMIT
September 18, 2018
SLC Downtown Library
Lunch included with registration
Professionals: $45 / Students $10
The Utah Net Zero Consortium meets regularly on the 4th Tuesday of the month. All are welcome to join the dialogue to increase energy resiliency, health, and vibrant neighborhoods. RSVP so that we can send you specific details about the meetings each month.
- Every 4th Tuesday (unless noted otherwise), 2:00-2:45 pm
- SLC Public Library, Conference Room A
- 210 East 400 South, SLC 84111
- February: Tuesday, 2/25 2:00-2:45
- March 2020: Tuesday, 3/24 2:00-2:45
- April 2020: Tuesday, 4/28 2:00-2:45
- May 2020: Tuesday, 5/26 2:00-2:45
- June 2020: Tuesday, 6/23 2:00-2:45
- July 2020: Tuesday, 7/28 2:00-2:45
- August 2020: Tuesday, 8/25 2:00-2:45
- September 2020: Tuesday, 9/22 2:00-2:45
- October 2020: Tuesday, 10/27 2:00-2:45
- November 2020: Tuesday, 11/24 2:00-2:45
- December 2020: No Meeting, resume January 26th, 2021
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Innovative thinkers to build your capacity
Dr. Laura Nelson
Executive Director Utah Governor’s Office of Energy Development
For two decades, Dr. Nelson has been proactive in defining and supporting balanced and sustainable energy solutions. Since 2014 she has been the Executive Director of the OED.
Chief Architect US DOE, author
Construction industry visionary who has been leading conferences across the nation. His unique role as Chief Architect allows him to notice trends, threats and opportunities that are informative, instructive, and motivational.
Grab your spot for the industry’s first Net Zero Summit in Utah.
Utah Mayor’s Panel
Mayor – Moab, UT
Mayor – Park City, UT
Mayor – Salt Lake City, UT
Summit County Council Chair
for the Commercial Track
Arch|Nexus Sacramento Office
The Arch Nexus design firm’s Sacramento office (Arch|Nexus SAC) is not only the world’s first Living Building to be an adaptive reuse of an existing building, but also the first to receive LBC 3.0 certification, the first Living Building in California, the first Living Building to be owned and operated by a design firm, and the first LEED v4 Double-Platinum building (BD+C & O+M) on the planet.
Bureau of Reclamation Building
The BOR project consists of about 50% office space and 50% workshop. Utilized for training and heavy vehicle maintenance by the Bureau of Reclamation, the ~10,000 square foot recently constructed facility aims to be Net Zero Energy by the Department of Energy’s standard.
|9:00-9:30 AM||Registration & Check In|
|9:30-10:45 AM||Keynote with Sam Rashkin|
|10:45-11:00 AM||Break & Dialogue|
|11:00 AM-Noon||Mayor’s Panel|
|Noon-1:00 PM||Lunch (provided)|
|1:00-2:00 PM||(Commercial Track) The State of Net Zero Energy Design & Local Case Studies|
|1:00-2:00 PM||(Residential Track) Case Studies & Best Practices of Net Zero Living in Utah|
|2:00-2:30 PM||Break & Dialogue|
|2:30-3:30 PM||(Commercial Track) Local Case Studies Continued|
|2:30-3:30 PM||(Residential Track) Innovation & Affordability on the Path Toward Net Zero|
|3:30-4:00 PM||Break & Dialogue|
|4:00-5:00 PM||Plenary Wrap-up with Sam Rashkin|
Summit Presented By
The Summit has been organized by the Utah Net Zero Consortium and the Great Basin Collaborative of ILFI.
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