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Nov 3 630pm: Green Building Network - Energy Star for Homes

From: Philo C.
Sent on: Monday, October 26, 2009 9:18 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Washington DC Environment Meetup Group!

What: Green Building Network - Energy Star for Homes

When: November 3,[masked]:30 PM

Where:
The EnviroCenter
7761 Waterloo Road
Jessup, MD 20794
[masked]

GREEN BUILDING NETWORK of Maryland -- Energy Star for Homes

Next Meeting : TUESDAY, November 3,[masked]:30 - 8:30pm Free

Location: THE ENVIROCENTER 7761 Waterloo Road Jessup, MD 20794

Presenters: Roger Woods, Energy Star Manager with ICF International
Bert Dudley, Energy and Resources practice of ICF International

To RSVP, please call[masked] or email [address removed]

SPONSORED BY: BGE, ICF International and the www.GreenBuildingInstitute.org

About the Presenters:
For the BGE Smart Energy Savers Program, Roger Woods manages the ENERGY STAR for New Homes and HVAC Programs. He is a Manager with the ICF International with more than 20 years of hands-on experience in residential construction and energy efficiency as well as mechanical, plumbing and electrical design. Prior to joining ICF, Roger served as energy efficiency consultant for clients such as Owens Corning and the Nevada State Energy Office for whom he provided training, certification programs, technical expertise and audits. As a HERS Rater and Provider, Mr. Woods co-founded the Nevada ENERGY STAR Partners, a coalition dedicated to energy efficiency, environmental stewardship and conservation, which won four EPA ENEREGY STAR Sustained Excellence Awards and was integral to achieving 57% market penetration of ENERGY STAR qualified homes in Las Vegas.

Bert Dudley is currently an Associate with the Energy and Resources practice of ICF International. He has over seven years of experience working in the areas of energy efficiency program implementation, residential energy efficiency, land use and urban planning, large and small scale renewable energy projects, and soil and groundwater remediation. Mr. Dudley is currently an Account Manager for the BGE Smart Energy Savers Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Program. Mr. Dudley has his Master?s degree in Environmental Management from the University of San Francisco and is also BPI Building Analyst Certified.

To RSVP, please call[masked] or email [address removed] .

Through its Smart Energy Savers ProgramSM, Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) offers a host of empowering choices to help individuals and businesses conserve energy, save money and protect the environment. Program staff will introduce all of the great programs, services and incentives that are available, with an emphasis on opportunities for remodelers and builders.

The BGE Home Performance with ENERGY STAR? Program demonstrates how improvements throughout a home can work together to give your customers the most energy-efficient results. Participating in this Program is a great way to expand your remodeling business as the market increasingly demands energy efficiency services. Your company can provide customers with more comfortable, safe, and durable homes while helping reduce their energy usage.

The BGE ENERGY STAR for New Homes Program helps builders distinguish themselves leaders in energy-efficient construction and environmental stewardship. Participation in this Program helps builders provide their customers with a home that helps them save money and do their part for the environment? a home built to higher energy efficiency standards. Participating builders qualify for financial incentives as well as technical and marketing support to help them differentiate their business, increasing leads and profits.

For more information about the BGE Smart Energy Savers Program, visit: http://www.bgesmartenergy.com/

The Green Building Network was initiated by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and is now administered and supported by the Green Building Institute. The Network (GBN) is an ad-hoc, informal group of architects, builders, contractors, developers, planners, landscape architects, related professionals and interested individuals. With more than 3,000 members, the GBN focuses on promoting and facilitating design and development in a manner consistent with efficient and appropriate use of natural resources, environmental protection, and the promotion of sustainable communities.

The GBN provides opportunities to meet, share information, and highlight green building/green development projects throughout Maryland and the Chesapeake Bay Region. The GBN also provides assistance in identifying and implementing outreach and educational opportunities.

The general public is always warmly invited to GBN meetings. They are held on the first Tuesday of every month, except for holidays, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM at the Enviro Center. GBN meetings and activities will be announced through GBI e-newsletters and on the GBI web site. To be added to the e-mail list please click here. For further information, or to submit an event, please email [address removed].

Learn more here:
http://environment.meetup.com/28/calendar/11719265/

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