Highlight your organization’s commitment to building decarbonization and join us as a sponsor of the 2024 Getting to Zero Forum.
We consider sponsors to be partners driving better outcomes for the growing zero energy and zero carbon buildings market including both residential and commercial buildings. We find most of our sponsors’ objectives are met with our solutions-focused, mission-driven programming, networking and exhibit opportunities. We have designed our sponsorship packages to maximize brand interaction and reflect these broad goals.
Find more information about sponsorship levels and benefits in the sponsorship overview linked below. If you have any questions or would like to discuss sponsorship further, please contact Meghan Humphreys at [email protected].
While the Getting to Zero Forum is three days, the movement to decarbonize our built environment happens every day of the year. The support of our sponsors allows this Getting to Zero work to move forward providing education, resources, and collaborations that will accelerate progress in making the built environment carbon neutral by mid-century.
Interested in learning more about who attends the Forum? Click the button below to see the audience breakdown from 2021 and some of the organizations represented at past events.
Who Attends the Forum?
Hear from a 2021 Forum sponsor:
“Our program, BREEAM, was the very first green building certification program in the world, and today we have over 2.3 million registered projects and over 600,000 certificates issued. Net zero is a really critical component for the built environment to address and we’re really proud to be a sponsor of the Getting to Zero Forum. Our programs address net zero carbon, both operational and embodied — we’re excited to be part of the solution, and proud to support practitioners as they help to move the built environment forward.” -Breana Wheeler, Director of Operations – U.S., BRE Group
Hear from a 2023 Forum sponsor:
“NEEA works with NBI year round to help provide our team with a national perspective on a range of building industry trends. For example, NBI’s willingness to share its insight gained from helping school districts make their buildings as energy efficient as possible has opened up new avenues of exploration across the Northwest. Sponsoring the Getting to Zero Forum year after year has proven invaluable for the NEEA team, as it gives us access to national experts and new voices in the industry.”
– Josh Pelham, Market Channel Manager, Building Professionals & Trades at NEEA