In September I wrote about a new initiative we are working on called Building Energy Bottom Lines (B-Lines for short). Now it has come to fruition – it’s ready-to-launch. That will occur at the annual Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) conference – Building Energy 14 – in Boston in early March. You can read about it here. You can apply for membership there too.
I’m pumped up about this new NESEA program. It’s an effort to assemble 30 (for now) of the most progressive and thoughtful architecture, building, and energy companies in the Northeast to share secrets, cross-pollinate, and learn from each other within a rigorous peer group structure.