Please join the MD-PACE program at a number of sustainability and clean energy related events throughout the month of May!
MD-PACE is excited to promote the many virtual clean energy related events taking place throughout Maryland and the region this month!
May 4-6 Montgomery County Energy Summit
In 2021 Montgomery’s keystone energy summit returns virtually for its 8th year! This year’s theme is “Resiliency, from Building to Community”. Annual audiences include building owners, property managers, developers, energy contractors, and other sustainability professionals working in Montgomery County and the larger DMV area. The Summit will include breakout education sessions, a keynote address, topical networking salons, and interactive brown bag lunches.
May 5 ULI Baltimore – Woman Navigating the COVID Workplace
A growing number of the United States population is vaccinated or preparing to be, but the economic and employment ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic are still serious. A particularly disquieting effect of the pandemic was the loss of employment for women across the nation. Join ULI Baltimore on May 5th for an expert panel discussion on work force equity and the professional impact of COVID in the commercial real estate industry.
May 11 BOMA International – Making the Most of a Changing Work Landscape
The safety measures that were widely adopted during the COVID-19 pandemic will have long-lasting and not necessarily negative implications for the future. These include updates to technology, to office configurations, and to employee feelings of safety and security. Find out how work environments will change in this webinar from BOMA International!
May 17-21 – Better Buildings, Better Plants Summit
It’s time for the 2021 Better Buildings, Better Plants Summit! Register now for the free virtual educational and discussion-oriented events held the week of the 17th. Programming structures include plenaries, sector meet-ups, interactive workshops, special events, and engaging and informative sessions.
May 19 USGBC – Tackling Urban Heat in LEED Cities
The manmade surfaces of urban areas trap heat, increasing cooling costs and energy loads and damaging health and wellness. The future of urban life depends on addressing urban heat. Register for this event from USGBC to learn what experts and planners are doing to protect city environments.
May 25 Better Buildings – Getting to Net Zero Energy Through Strategic Building Operations and Plug Load Management
Plug loads comprise a significant portion of total building energy consumption, but many building operators do not possess the industry knowledge to take advantage of cost-saving efficiencies. Register for this event from Better Buildings to learn how you can save.