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nicipal Sustainability Forum . . . Welcome to our Free Webinar

CUTTING EDGE DESIGN & TECHNOLOGIES
FOR AN AFFORDABLE NET ZERO BUILDING

Join us live online Thursday, December 16th at 9 AM PT - 10 AM MT - 11 AM CT - 12 Noon ET
To hear Peter Ewers, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Ewers Architecture

Commercial and residential buildings use almost 40% of the primary energy and 70% of the electricity in the US. Net Zero Energy buildings consume approximately 25% of the energy in a standard building. These building have reduced their loads by 75%, and then generate the rest of the energy using onsite renewable methods. Minimizing energy usage not only reduces carbon output, but also saves the building owner thousands of dollars each year in excess energy costs. This money saved can then be re-circulated back into the local economy. During this presentation, you will discover some of the latest cutting edge Net Zero designs and technologies as well as how to build a cost effective Net Zero Building.

Topics Covered include

  • Definition of a Net Zero Building
  • Cutting edge designs for Net Zero Buildings - case studies
  • Energy reduction design strategies that require no additional cost (and may even save on initial construction cost
  • The latest energy saving and energy producing technologies
  • Financing and ROI
  • What municipalities can do to encourage net zero buildings and how Net Zero Buildings benefit the municipality

About the presenter . . .

Peter J. Ewers, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Peter Ewers has more than 25 years experience designing a variety of projects including public buildings, schools, religious facilities, industrial structures, offices, retail, laboratories, multi-family residential complexes, and single-family residences. In addition to working on varying types of projects, Peter has lived and practiced architecture in many varied locations including San Francisco, the U.S. Virgin Islands, New Jersey, New York and Colorado. This diversity of experience has helped inspire unique design solutions and an understanding of the different needs of each project.

Peter has served on the local AIA Committee on the Environment and spoken about sustainability and Net Zero Energy at several conferences. In addition, he has designed award-winning architecture that furthers the quest for reducing our dependency on finite fuels. Ewers Architecture was founded in 1998 with the mission of "creating beautiful architecture that respects our natural environment". Peter has been practicing in Colorado for the past 20 years with a focus on sustainability and Net Zero buildings. He continues to search for unique ways to use the earth's resources more efficiently.

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Looking forward to seeing you there.

Sierra Dall
President & CEO
Municipal Sustainability Forum

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