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Deep Energy Retrofits Workshop

  • Boston Building Resources 100 Terrace Street Roxbury Crossing United States (map)

A deep energy retrofit (DER) is a whole-building analysis and construction process that uses integrative design to achieve much larger energy savings than conventional energy retrofits. This presentation will cover the basic requirements of the Mass Save DER program as well as a review of some recent deep energy retrofit projects. We will work through the financial incentive structure that can be expected for a typical project and how to budget over the long term. We'll also discuss options for a partial DER that treats parts of the project immediately and leaves other areas prepared for future retrofitting when budgets are other conditions permit. 

Brian Butler is a contractor for Good Energy Construction Corp. Good Energy and Brian's previous company, Boston Green Building, have overseen the completion of dozens of DER projects for Mass Save. Brian holds a Massachusetts construction supervisor’s license and is currently working on a web startup called EnerScore that rates the energy performance of homes for online real estate listings. 

(Lecture Class)

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Earlier Event: October 17
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