In this seminar, Laura and Michael will talk about the green development report, and explain the opportunities for involvement in developing rules, tax abatements, award and recognition programs, and permitting expediting.
"By taking a “street-wise” common-sense approach to high performance design strategies and comparing them to the expensive and maintenance intensive "green gizmos" approach being promoted by most, Architect Peter Pfeiffer will present to and help the participant critically determine what works - what is effective and long lasting - and what may simply be 'hype' of the latest 'fad' product or method."
This is a webinar on Startmeeting.com, with 1 CEU available.
What is PACE again? Property Assessed Clean Energy. Texas PACE enables property owners to finance 100% of their energy saving, water conservation, and distributed generation improvements with little to no capital outlay. PACE enables property owners to lower their operating costs, increase net operating income and the quality of the asset, as utility savings will be
greater than your payments.
Interested in helping the City of Houston with our Climate Action Plan? Stakeholder meetings are an important way for cities to gather and dispense information to the interested public. Climate action plans are complicated and data intensive. This is a great opportunity to learn how they are developed, and what type of data they require. We will want your input, and it will be helpful if you fill out this quick 9-question survey before the event: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DW9TR7R