We have all been wondering it: What’s Next?

 

At BTF ’19, green technology firms and building product companies will answer this question and explore the future of building science. Start the night with drinks and networking, followed by a series of 30 presentations where industry leaders discuss advances in building technologies. All presentations are split into one of 3 education tracks organized by topic. Polish the night off with more drinks and a table top networking session.

Curious what last year was like? See some photos, stats, and presentations.

 

Event Details

Location: BSA Space | 290 Congress Street | Boston, MA 02210

Date: Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)

Interested in Presenting?

Have an innovative product or idea? We have an audience that wants to see it.

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Present at BTF ’19

By sponsoring BTF 19 you get 5 minutes to present in front of a packed room of green building professionals. Paired with networking opportunities and hightop tables, companies and vendors present the newest innovations to answer the following question: What’s next? Presenters discuss advances in building technologies during education tracks, including case studies, equipment, products, renewable energy innovations and more.

Last year we had 200+ registrations and 35+ presentations ranging from case studies, equipment, products, renewable energy innovations and more. 

Are you a startup? We offer a special discount for $500 for small startup companies to help get their message out. Reach out to Meredith at [email protected] to inquire.

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Check out photos and presentations from last year

Last years presentations

EVERSOURCE & NATIONAL GRID TRACK

USGBC National – Brendan Owens
O brawling love! (let’s talk about LEED)

HTS – Mark LaFrance
Reducing Energy Consumption with High-Efficiency HVAC Products

ICON Architecture – Nancy Ludwig
Get Serious about Energy with the Passive House Standard

The Green Engineer, Inc. – Christopher Schaffner
B Corps – a Tool for Change

CoolGreenPower – Joe Mueller
Use Less Through Smarter Cooling

Envenio – Adam Green
High-Performance CFD

SolaBlock – Patrick Quinlan & Jason Laverty
The Next Direction in Solar

Jacobs – Vinay Shekar & Betty Liu
Net Zero/Positive Design

Zehnder America – John Rockwell
Ventilation: Why Efficiency Matters

Auburndale Builders – Nick Falkoff
The Studio for High-Performance Design and Construction

Eversource and National Grid – Mark Stafford & Kim Cullinane
See Presentation

BOSTON PROPERTIES TRACK

NESEA – Paul Eldrenkamp
NESEA’s Bottom Lines

Stacks and Joules – Mike Conway
The Net Positive Workforce

Ampion – Stephen Condon
Distributed Generation (“DG”) Programs

Mitsubishi Electric Cooling and Heating – Dan Swanson
Heating and Cooling Net positive Energy Buildings

BuildingGreen – Brent Ehrlich
5 Reasons to be Optimistic About Solar

View Dynamic Glass – Joe O’Brien
Electrochromic Glass Technology

Embue – Robert Cooper
Building Intelligence & Net Zero Apartments

USG – Sandy Mulkern

SMMA – Elizabeth Galloway
Highly Glazed Facades, Myths, and Realities

ReVision Energy – Malcolm Sonnett
100% Solar Household

BR+A – Jacob Knowles
See presentation

Boston Properties – Ben Myers

WSP EDUCATION TRACK

Living Building Challenge Collaborative – DiAnn Mroszczak
A Visionary Path to a Regenerative Future

OpenDataSoft – Rachel Han
How to Create Public and Private Value from Energy Data

Conservation Solutions Corporation – Dan Cook
Bio-Based Phase Change Materials Reducing HVAC Energy Use,
Reducing Peak Demand and Improving Building Comfort

Massachusetts Clean Energy Center – Beverly Craig
MassCEC Clean Building Initiatives

Solar Design Associates, Inc. – Steven Strong
Renewable Energy for Energy Positive Buildings

Daikin – Mike Ragan
VRF System Innovations Contributing to Net Positive Energy Buildings

NRGTree – Abdu Elrefaiy
Own My Solar: Streamlining Commercial Solar

BuroHappold – Julie Janiski
Community Catalyst: Targeting a Net-Zero Energy Workforce
Development & Training Center

Linnean Solutions, LLC – Jim Newman
Monitoring for Impact

Viessmann Manufacturing – Matthew Freitas
Viessmann DNA

Touloukian Touloukian Inc – Ted Touloukian
Context Enriches Craft

WSP – Julia Rogers
Winthrop Square

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