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Total Energy USA assembles all the energy sectors – fossil, renewable and nuclear – to give you a comprehensive look at different energy solutions that will generate energy business and help to address today’s energy challenges. In an event focused on how businesses are impacted by energy and designed to open new opportunities, you will have access to the latest information, the newest technologies and the best industry connections.

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Tuesday, November 19 • 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Parallel 2: Net Zero Energy Production in Buildings

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New building design always begins with energy efficiency objectives. Increasingly, architects and builders are seeking to meet building energy needs with self-energy production, yielding energy sales to the grid.

Presentation topics include:
A VC's Perspective
Financing New Energy Technologies 

Moderator
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Shelly Pottorf

Principal, Architend
Shelly brings over twenty years of experience as an architect and urban planner to her role as the Principal of Architend; an architecture, community design, high performance consulting, and research & development firm that focuses on shifting our trajectory toward a regenerative future. Shelly has focused on sustainability for ten years, building expertise as a LEED AP, a Certified Passive House Consultant, and a Regenerative Practitioner... Read More →

Speakers
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Mick Dalrymple

Energize Phoenix Project Manager, Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University
Mick Dalrymple serves as a Practice Lead for the ASU Walton Sustainability Solutions Services. He is a seasoned leader, communicator, and educator in the sustainability movement with direct participation since 2001 in the shaping of national programs, standards, public policy and public awareness regarding green building and sustainability. He gets things done. Dalrymple managed the complex, interdisciplinary research efforts of the $25M... Read More →
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Rives Taylor

Principal & Project Leader, Gensler
Rives Taylor has more than 25 years experience in institutional and commercial architecture with 18 years spent focusing on strategic planning, programming, and sustainable design. Rives casts a wide net in elevating both the why and how of sustainable design, including students, faculty, professionals, public officials, and the general public. In 17 years as adjunct professor at the University of Houston and visiting professor at Rice... Read More →
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Amanda Tullos

Principal, GreeNexus Consulting
Amanda Tullos is an award-winning designer and founder of GreeNexus Consulting. Amanda delivers expertise in holistic building strategies through a fully integrated understanding of design issues. Her work has resulted in certification of more than 1.8 million square feet of space and 40 LEED certified projects, including 8 Platinum. GreeNexus is working on the first registered Living Building Challenge project in Texas. | | Amanda is licensed... Read More →


Tuesday November 19, 2013 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Room 371B

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