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MD-PACE Calendar of Events February 2021 | Maryland Commercial PACE

Please join the MD-PACE program at a number of sustainability and clean energy related events throughout the month of February!

MD-PACE is excited to promote the many virtual clean energy related events taking place throughout the state of Maryland this month!


2/2 Better Buildings — Climate Risk Assessments: Commercial Buildings & Portfolio Resilience

Join this webinar from DOE’s Better Buildings and learn how commercial real estate owners are protecting their assets against the threat of climate change.

Register here.


2/3-2/7 2021 MAEOE Conference: Climate, Nature, People and Education: It’s All Connected!

Join the Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education for its annual conference! This year the theme is the connectivity between the climate, nature, people, and education. The Keynote speaker for this conference is Dr. John Francis, a true pioneer in environmental education with an incredible list of accolades, including an appointment to a position as UN advisor on environmental education and a National Geographic Society Fellowship.

Register here.


2/8 Maryland Clean Energy Center — 2021 Maryland Policy Watch Webinar Series: Response Strategies for the Minimum Order Price Rule (MOPR)

In its third webinar in the 2021 Maryland Policy Watch Series, the Maryland Clean Energy Center hosts a discussion on the FERC Minimum Order Price Rule (MOPR) and its effects on Maryland ratepayers.

Register here.


2/9 Better Buildings – Perspectives on Resilience: Insurance and Credit Underwriting

Resilience and the ability to weather system shocks are now legitimate components of credit underwriting and insurance. Register for this webinar from Better Buildings to learn how the future of Commercial real estate may be affected by new strategies to incorporate resiliency into the risk equation.

Register here.


2/9-2/11 Greenbiz 2021

Join the nation’s premier sustainable business event virtually this year! Register to join the greatest collection of minds in environmentalism and sustainability as they discuss hot-button issues and opportunities in 2021 and beyond. This event is invite only.

Register here.


2/22 Maryland Clean Energy Center — 2021 Maryland Policy Watch Webinar Series: Transportation Electrification

In its fourth webinar in the MCEC 2021 Maryland Policy Watch Series, MCEC hosts the Transportation & Climate Initiative (TCI) as it explains its mission, strategies, and opportunities for the future of transportation in Maryland.

Register here.


2/22 Better Buildings — The Energy Impacts of COVID-19 HVAC Mitigation Strategies

Reducing the potential spread of COVID-19 and other airborne diseases will be imperative to recovering from the pandemic; building airflow technology can help in this effort. Speakers in this webinar will discuss the energy implications of (1) 100% outdoor air ventilation rates, (2) installing MERV-13 filters or better, (3) disabling demand control ventilation, and (4) HVAC flushing mode operation.

Register here.


2/25 Better Buildings — The Latest on Windows: Thin triples and other advances in efficiency

Register for this peer review call hosted by better Buildings to learn how to increase profit through proper utilization of new building efficiency measures.

Register here.


2/26 ULI — Blueprint for Green Real Estate Webinar Series – Best Practices in Sustainable New Construction

The second webinar in this series from ULI, “Best Practices in Sustainable New Construction” will discuss how new projects can improve environmental friendliness without sacrificing profit. The third webinar in this series is on March 19th.

Register here.


2/26 ULI Baltimore — Baltimore City Office of Sustainability Presentation

Attend the presentation of the Baltimore City Office of Sustainability to ULI Baltimore members, including citywide efforts to improve equity in Resilience Plans, City Sustainability, Flood Management, and City contributions to State Climate Change Commission.

Register here.