Va Tech Harnessing Innovation for Energy Efficiency at Hotel Roanoke May 17-18, 2012
The Harnessing Innovation for Energy Efficient Construction conference is an industry-focused showcase highlighting cutting-edge products and processes. The two-day event in Roanoke, Virginia will include panels, workshops, and presentations by leading firms, researchers, and educators in green building and energy efficiency. The event is aimed at both commercial and residential contractors and supporting organizations in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. Whether you know how green building fits your business model and want to stay ahead of the curve, or you are looking to find your place in what has truly become state-of-the-art for your industry you will benefit from attending this event.
Your hosts include faculty from Virginia Tech’s Department of Building Construction, a national leader in building sciences, Virginia Tech’s Office of Economic Development, Community Housing Partners (CHP) a US Department of Energy-funded weatherization training center serving the southeast US, and the CREATES program a US Department of Labor funded consortium including Virginia Tech, CHP, community colleges and industry partners from across western Virginia.
Check out registration and details at http://www.cpe.vt.edu/hieec/
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