Energy Efficiency NOW Conference Promotes Building Science
WHO: Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC) EE NOW conference for real estate professionals, home and commercial builders, appraisers, building managers, architects and engineers.
- A 2012 AHFC research paper forecast more than $125 million in potential savings in public facilities. Building owners and operators are a key driver for success.
- Most homes in Alaska were built in the 1970s. EE NOW will focus on investments that add value to older homes and new construction.
- AHFC's Home Energy Rebate and Weatherization programs have benchmarked more than 50,000 Alaska homes and made participating homes on average 30 percent more energy efficient. Opportunities for savings still exist.
- Experts will share their experiences, best practices and demonstrate how emerging technologies are increasing the useful life and operational costs of Alaska's buildings.
WHEN: Wednesday-Thursday, March 29-30, 2017, remarks from 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
WHERE: Hotel Captain Cook, 939 West 5th Avenue, Anchorage
Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC) is a public corporation with a long history of providing Alaskans access to safe, quality and affordable housing through home financing programs, energy efficiency and weatherization programs, public housing and more. Since 1986, AHFC has contributed nearly $2 billion to the State of Alaska's General Fund.