As the world continues to move towards an energy transition, the facility industry’s ability to participate and adapt is crucial in mitigating the impact of ongoing carbon emissions. Responsible for approximately 40% of all emissions, reducing emissions from building operations is of significant importance to global emissions. But, how do we get there in the National Capital Region?
This one-day hybrid workshop will bring together experts from the City, the federal government, utilities, developers, contractors, owners, operators, and design consultants to share their successes and challenges in implementing low-carbon projects required to drastically reduce emissions from building operations. The session will review strategies applied by both the public and private sectors as well as tackle the challenging topics of funding, capital cost control, and lifecycle costing.
The session will include presentations from various sectors as well as multidisciplinary breakout discussions to address the larger issues the various stakeholders face.
The transition is occurring, join us to add your voice to solving the problem and finding practical solutions to the challenges.
Only 40 spots are available in person, but online registration is unlimited! Parking near the VSIM building is available in P1 on the Carleton Campus.
For online registration please register in advance for this workshop: https://carleton-ca.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcsdumhqjgiG9f3teG-vabS0yBZGmXG_K2h
AEE Canada East members are eligible for PDH credits