Net Zero Building event features content on Climate, Carbon, Energy

The Energy Management Association (EMA) announced that it is a supporting organization of virtual NZ20. It is the world’s largest annual net zero building conference. Joining EMA in the supporting organization role are its affiliates the AABC Commissioning Group (ACG) and Associated Air Balance Council (AABC). NZ20 takes place Sept. 15-16 2020.

NZ20’s virtual platform is designed to inspire communication. It provides attendees with opportunities to engage and ask questions during sessions, tours, and networking events as well as in the Expo Hall.

Net zero buildings produce as much energy as they consume. These projects drive innovation in building sustainability across the world and represent the future of the green building movement.

Topics covered at NZ20 include a broad spectrum of subjects of interest for those involved in high performance buildings, ranging from building decarbonization to zero-net-energy school retrofits, to zero-net-energy housing projects and much more.

EMA member companies Salas O’Brien and DLG group are represented on the speaker lineup

The Net Zero Conference Virtual Expo Hall features leading exhibitors, including manufacturers, architects, engineers, building owners, nonprofits, and other organizations that are on the ground making net zero projects a reality.

Of interest in these difficult economic times, the event features a Green Job Fair with information on employment opportunities in sustainability and energy efficiency.

Register through EMA and receive a 10% discount by applying the code 2TAKE10

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The Energy Management Association (EMA) is a trade association dedicated to providing education, training and certification in the field of building and facility energy efficiency. Its Energy Management Professional Certification (EMP) achieved accreditation by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and is a recognized certification by the Department of Energy’s Better Buildings® Workforce program.