Spring webinars from the Better Buildings Challenge

The Better Buildings Webinar Series takes on the most pressing topics facing energy professionals, with new experts leading the conversations on proven best practices, cost-effective strategies, and innovative new ways to approach sustainability and energy performance.

Here’s a list of webinars coming up this spring. All webinars are 2-3 pm Central Time.

Big Results in Small Places: Exploring the Untapped Energy Efficiency Potential of Small Data Centers
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Learn why small data centers shouldn’t be overlooked when it comes to energy efficiency, and discover low-cost, high-win strategies that can reduce energy demand. Register.

Buildings that Rebound: Resiliency Strategies for Commercial Buildings and Communities
Tuesday, February 6, 2018
As the energy sector is subject to more external risk due to natural and human events, more developers and building owners are discussing resilient building design. Join this webinar to learn about the technologies and strategies being pursued to address resilience. Register.

Financing 2.0: Navigating 3rd-Party Financing for Efficiency and Renewables
Tuesday, March 6, 2018 I 3:00 – 4:00 PM
This webinar introduces the Better Buildings Financing Navigator 2.0, the latest iteration of DOE’s online tool that helps connect organizations with financing for energy efficiency and renewables projects. Join to learn about the new features and key trends in financing. Register.

Taking Control: Best Practices in Energy Data Management and Tools for Success
Tuesday, April 3, 2018 I 3:00 – 4:00 PM
This webinar features public, commercial, and multifamily sector partners sharing best practices on energy data management, and will also introduce DOE’s Energy Data Management Guide. Register.

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