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Join us in Seattle on May 16 - 19, 2017 for the 11th annual Living Future unConference! Learn more and register here: http://www.livingfutureunconference.org/.
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Tuesday, May 16 • 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Net Positive Energy: Power and the Living Building Challenge Workshop
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN: http://www.livingfutureunconference.org/register/
Both conference and non-conference attendees may register for this pre-conference event; additional fees apply.

TIMING: Tues, May 16, 2017 (1p - 5p)
PRICING: 
$150 Members / $225 Non-Members
LOCATION:
 Cornish College of the Arts: The Notion Building, 1001 Lenora Street, Seattle WA 98121
SPECIFIC ROOM LOCATION: The Notion Building: 1st Fl Auditorium
DIRECTIONS: See here for a visual of the Cornish Campus and how to navigate to the Notions Building.

Net Zero Energy Buildings have reached a tipping point. The economic limitations that restricted their success in the past have changed drastically and the technologies needed to achieve Net Zero Energy are now readily available. This session will begin by taking a look at the Living Building Challenge, particularly the intricacies of the Energy Petal, to teach participants what is involved with achieving a Net Zero Energy project and what it means to become Net Positive.

The session will showcase the latest Net Positive Energy Building projects, uncover the strategies and technologies used and the policies and programs in place that are accelerating the uptake of Net Zero and Net Positive Energy Buildings and Communities. Finally, the session will look to the future and uncover the trends emerging in Net Zero Energy, including the push to Net Positive Energy, and discuss how each participant can take the lessons learned into their own practice.

This event is pre-approved for AIA, GBCI and LFA. You are eligible for a refund of this ticket less a $15 Service Fee, until all refunds close at 11:59pm on May 2, 2017.

Speakers
avatar for Brad Liljequist

Brad Liljequist

Director, Net Zero Energy Buildings and Living Community Challenge, International Living Future Institute
As director of the Institute's Net Zero Energy and Living Community programs, Brad is at the forefront of a global transformation toward a carbon-free future. He directed development of the Petal and Net Zero Energy Certified zHome, the first multifamily zero net energy community in the United States, as well as Issaquah Fire Station 72, the world’s most energy efficient fire station and recipient of the international 2012 ASHRAE Technology... Read More →



Tuesday May 16, 2017 1:00pm - 5:00pm
(OFFSITE) Cornish College of the Arts (NOTION BUILDING, 1st Fl Auditorium) 1001 Lenora Street, Seattle WA 98121