Partner Event: Learn How Green Buildings Build Neighborhoods
- 799 9th St NW Washington, DC, 20001 United States (map)
DC is aiming to become the "healthiest, greenest and most livable" city in the United States. How does sustainable, green development contribute to livability?
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Panelists from the worlds of government, architecture and community solar will discuss the progress DC has made toward having the greenest buildings in the country and share the benefits beyond simply energy savings that a green building provides to its neighborhood.
As part of the event, tour Nixon Peabody’s new DC headquarters, which is tracking LEED Platinum certification, and learn about their rooftop solar installation project, which is part of a new community solar program.
The panelists are:
Bill Updike, DDOE
Ken Wilson, Perkins + Will
Emily Stiever, DC Sun
Moderator: Jeff Lesk, Nixon Peabody
5:00 PM - Doors Open
5:00-5:30 PM - Pre-Reception (drinks and light appetizers)
5:30 PM - Program Begins
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