Forum Program

Join leading building industry experts sharing their expertise at the premier event dedicated to zero energy and zero carbon buildings.

The preliminary program for the 2021 Getting to Zero Forum is available!

Additional speakers and sessions are still being added.

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Our 2021 Forum Program Advisors

This group of industry luminaries represents a massive brain trust that will deliver high value, essential knowledge in October.

Georgi Ann Bailey | AIA New York State
Audi Banny | Institute for Market Transformation
Sam Bowles | Newport Partners
Brett Bridgeland |  RMI
William Bryan | Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance
Chris Burgess | Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance
Heather Burpee  |  Integrated Design Lab
Ed Carley | National Association of State Energy Officials
Ann Edminster  |  Design AVEnues LLC
Ellen Franconi  |  PNNL
Mark Frankel | Ecotope
Richard Graves | University of Minnesota
Brendan Hall | ASHRAE Central NY
Monika Henn | Urban Land Institute
John Jennings | Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance

Duane Jonlin  |  City of Seattle
Jesse Lazar | AIA New York City
Michael McAteer | NBI Senior Fellow
Kimi Narita | Natural Resources Defense Council
Victor Olgyay
| RMI
Patrick O’Shei | NYSERDA
Brendan Owens | ecountabl
Kale Roberts | ICLEI
Carolyn Sarno | Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships
Katie Schwamb | Building Energy Exchange
RK Stewart | NBI Senior Fellow
Peter Turnbull | Peter Turnbull & Associates LLC
Kathryn Wright | Urban Sustainability Directors Network
Sarah Zaleski | U.S. Department of Energy

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