Early bird registration ends June 8th
The Net Zero Conference, Energy + Water + Waste, is the nation’s largest event dedicated to net zero building design. Attendee registration has nearly doubled in each of its first three years, thereby showing the building industry’s increasing interest in a net zero future. Verdical Group, the conference organizer, is projecting the host venue to be at capacity again with 600 attendees for the fourth annual event in August 2017.
The conference will include a full program of net zero case study presentations from nationally leading AEC firms, an exhibitor table expo, and high quality networking opportunities. The conference draws a wide array of high level decision makers and will also provide five Continuing Education Units for AIA, USGBC, and LFA professional credential holders. Download the Conference Flyer
Martin Smith, Event Coordinator
Net Zero 2017
Please submit an abstract to be considered
for our 2017 conference using the link below.
Deadline to submit: April 28th, 2017
Last Year’s Highlight Video
Check out last year’s Net Zero 2016 Conference speakers, sponsors, and program here.
Net Zero Conference Press
1% For the Planet ArticleNet Zero Press
Featuring Net Zero 2016
Perspectives on Net Zero —Net Zero Press
What Does the Future Look Like?
Verdical Group HostsNet Zero Press
3rd Annual Net Zero Conference
KCRW’s “5 Things to Do This Week”Net Zero Press
Net Zero 2016 Featured in GreenBizNet Zero Press
Net Zero 2016 in GB&D MagazineNet Zero Press
2nd Annual Net Zero Energy Building ConferenceNet Zero Press
Featured in Urban Land Magazine
NET ZERO PLUS TOURS
Early morning and late afternoon during the Net Zero 2017 Conference
IBEW Net Zero Plus Facility
6023 Garfield Ave
Commerce, CA 90040
Tours of the Net Zero Plus facility (our host venue) will be given by IBEW staff during the Net Zero 2017 Conference. The Net Zero Plus Electrical Training Institute is a high performance living lab, complete with the latest energy efficiency features and building technology including a massive solar array, electric vehicle charging stations, energy use dashboards, and a microgrid – all of which will be on display during the tours. The building produces more energy than it uses annually – making it one of the few net positive energy structures in the country.