Day 1 of the High Performance Home Summit was phenomenal! Beginning with the opening session with former Governor of Colorado Bill Ritter, to the winners of the DOE’s Housing Innovation Awards, there was a lot to celebrate.
While some attendees participated in the HERS Associate class, others did deep dives into subjects surrounding codes, high performance homes and neighborhoods, disaster resilience, healthy homes, and building science.
We closed out the day with our exhibitors and a fun-filled networking reception with great food and drinks. What was your highlight from Day 1?
Day 2 offers both the Path to Zero Energy Homes, as well as the Houses That Work course. At the completion of both all-day classes, participants will have the option of taking a test to receive the specific EEBA Designation. Bruce Sullivan will teach the Path to Zero class while Gord Cooke will lead the Houses That Work class.
During lunch don’t miss out on congratulating the winners of the EPA’s Indoor airPLUS Leader Awards.
The agenda during Day 2 of the Summit will also be offering a RESNET track, multiple sessions on IAQ, some great presenters who will provide tips on selling high performance homes, and even a class on energy efficiency in offsite construction. You can’t go wrong with any of these sessions. Learn more surrounding certain topics or learn something completely new.
We’ll close out Day 2 with a special event: The Mile High Night Out party, taking place at the historic Opera House. Grab your tickets at the registration counter while they last!
Day 3 will offer sessions on multifamily, water efficiency, innovation, and a building science case study. Stick around for the closing plenary featuring Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, as well as Sam Rashkin.
See you tomorrow!