Navigating the New World: How the COVID-19 Crisis Has Strengthened the Case for Smart Buildings Practices & Technologies

May 28, 2020

Northwest Energy Efficiency Council/Smart Buildings Center Webinar
Thursday, Jun 11, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PDT



Matt Golden (Recurve)
Cara Carmichael (Rocky Mountain Institute)
Art Smith  (DB Engineering) 

Who is it for?

Implementers, evaluators, policymakers and anyone who is interested in the impact of COVID-19 on energy use in commercial buildings. 

The COVID-19 crisis has strengthened the case for using smart building technologies and practices to help mitigate unforeseen crises, maintain electrical grid reliability, and better manage building operations to meet the needs of tenants, occupants and other stakeholders to the built environment. Buildings and building technologies will play a critical role in driving society toward a new normal as we emerge from our homes and return to public life inside of buildings. 

In this webinar, Matt Golden of Recurve, Cara Carmichael of the Rocky Mountain Institute, and Art Smith of DB Engineering will explore the impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on commercial buildings.

Register here.

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