Last Thursday, three NCBPA member companies got together to present a webinar based on the in-person presentation planned for the UNC Clean Tech Summit earlier this year that was unfortunately canceled due to snow. The webinar was put together to share valuable insight into the role of zero net energy (ZNE) buildings in the broader clean tech economy.
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The webinar was introduced and moderated by NCBPA’s Ryan Miller. Expert NCBPA member panelists included:
Barry Buckman, AIA, GGP is Principal of Sfl+a Architects and is committed to the adaptive reuse of existing buildings and the development of creative new construction. He works closely with each project team, leading the project from initial concept through to construction. Barry has experience with a variety of building types including educational, municipal, federal government, retail and housing projects.
Raynor Smith, PE is VP and Chief Operating Officer of Building Clarity, an outcomes-focused company that helps customers with large, complex real estate portfolios optimize their facilities through programs that integrate data, consulting and capacity.
Mark Johnson is a Thermal Battery Sales Leader for CALMAC / Trane Technologies in North and South America. He’s responsible for Sales in the Southeast US, Western US and Latin America and has sold over 1,300,000 ton-hours/1,300,000 kwh of thermal batteries in over 500 installations.
Two particular highlight of the presentation focus on the Total Cost of Ownership of zero net energy positive school buildings, which feature a significant long-term cost savings thanks to the ZNE characteristics of the projects.
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