Energy @ Home

September 24, 2013
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Grande Ballroom C/D

Sponsored by APS, SRP, ASU, AZ Green Chamber, City of Phoenix Neighborhood Service Department

Cost: $10



Though a Jetsons-esque house in which Rosie the Robot cheerfully pampers happy humans isn't real life, experts say the next decade holds tremendous promise in terms of home performance innovations to make family homes smarter, cheaper to run and more healthy to live in.

Join acclaimed building industry expert, author of The Greened House Effect, and television and radio host, Jeff Wilson, the Energy & Environmental Building Alliance and its Supporting Partners for an in-depth tour into your home.

Wilson explores and presents the solutions to increase the performance and efficiency of existing homes, making them seem possible for average homeowners and contractors by offering the right balance of information, sills, financing strategies and materials.

Continue exploring high performance homes and the future of your home with local opportunities and incentives. Through four action-packed learning labs, attendees will gain access to the What if’s, How To’s and Why’s of:


Whether you are looking to improve your existing home, or shop for a better home, learn must haves from a leader in Green Home building.


Understand the Top Ten Home Energy Efficiency No-Brainer available to you, RIGHT NOW! Presented by APS, SWG and SRP


Join green building expert Mick Dalrymple as he walks through the Deep Energy Retrofit of his 1970’s Phoenix home to achieve 75% energy savings and other environmental benefits. Learn how you can save significant energy for less investment from the lessons he has learned.

Catch a sneak peek of Jeff Wilson's Greened House Effect through the online episodes below!



Episode 1: The Greened House Effect Episode 2: Home Energy Rating



Episode 3: The Deep Energy Retrofit Plan Episode 4: The Journey Begins



Episode 5: Foam your Deep Energy Retrofit Episode 6: Simple Addition


Episode 7: A Powerful Deep Energy Retrofit Roof