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NASEO held its 27th Annual Meeting and the first “Getting to Zero” national forum on zero net energy-ready buildings policies and programs in partnership with New Buildings Institute from September 15-18, in Denver.  More than 300 people attended the event, which focused on state leadership in energy resiliency, economic growth, and sustainability.  Key sessions included: 

  • Analysis of expanded U.S. oil and gas production and use; 

  • Exploration of energy infrastructure resiliency and preparedness in the face of extreme weather and a changing climate; 

  • Progress in energy literacy across the public spectrum;

  • Evolving utility business models with the release of America’s Power Plan and emerging grid integration and efficiency issues;

  • Examination of the value and cost of zero net energy buildings;

  • Details on exemplar zero net energy projects in the public and private sectors; and

  • Pathways to zero net energy from a technical, market, and policy perspective.  

NASEO would like to thank the Colorado Energy Office and all of the sponsors and Affiliates for their support and participation, especially the U.S. Green Buildings Council, American Petroleum Institute, The Dow Chemical Company, and The Weidt Group.


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Meeting Partner

New Buildings Institute

Diamond Sponsors

American Petroleum Institute U.S. Green Building Council

Platinum Sponsor

Dow Chemical The Weidt Group

Gold Sponsors

AutoDesk Energy & Resource Solutions National Grid

Silver Sponsors

American Gas Association(AGA) ConEdison Solutions Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance
Southern States Energy Board Southern States Energy Board

Bronze Sponsors

American Institute of Architects
Mitsubishi Energy McKinstry
Vermont Energy Investment Corporation (VEIC)

Supporting Sponsors

ACORE Alliance to Save Energy Energy Center of Wisconsin
Energy Center of Wisconsin Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnership PAE
Resource Media Southwest Energy Efficiency Project

Media Sponsors

Governing State & Local Energy Report State & Local Energy Report


Who Should Attend?

  • State Energy Office directors and key personnel
  • Research and technology institution directors and key personnel
  • Federal officials
  • Utility leaders
  • Building architects and engineers
  • Industrial and manufacturing representatives
  • Technology providers
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Energy companies
  • Industry groups
  • Financial investment and service companies
  • Policymakers and Congressional staff
  • Trade associations