What are the technologies of the future that will make commercial buildings more energy-efficient and climate-friendly? The Department of Energy’s Building Technologies Office Commercial Building Integration team (CBI) wants to hear from you as we review 2021’s most promising, market-ready, energy-efficient commercial building technologies.
CBI is hosting a series of discussions to collect feedback and comments on a prioritized set of cost-effective, underutilized, deployment-ready, energy-efficient technologies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and will support our market transformation programs. Each year we invite participation from federal technology managers, renewable energy / energy-efficiency organizations, utilities, local governments, and industry and nongovernmental organizations. This year, we specifically request feedback and participation from diverse and underrepresented populations.
If you think you may have contributions help guide CBI’s prioritization of commercial building technologies, join us for a HIT Catalyst Stakeholder Workshop!
Dates and Times:
- Monday, April 12, 10-11 a.m. ET
- Wednesday, April 21, 1-2 p.m. ET
- Friday, April 30, noon-1 p.m. ET
To RSVP or with any questions on the workshops, please email Tim Manganello at Timothy.Manganello@guidehouse.com. In your RSVP, please include your:
- Top TWO preferred timeslots (we will be assigning people to timeslots to ensure we can keep the number of participants relatively even)
For more information on the HIT Catalyst program, please visit the Better Buildings website at https://www.energy.gov/eere/buildings/high-impact-technology-catalyst, or contact Christie.Rewey@ee.doe.gov