Power and renewables

Complimentary Webinar: What to expect in the next generation of utility-sponsored new construction programs

New building construction

How will the convergence of Iot, renewables, and storage influence trends in utility new construction programs?

Where does your building stop and the grid begin?

Or is your building the grid?

The fact is that the lines are blurring: buildings no longer are just the destination for energy, but can also be the source.

The growth of renewables and storage, electric vehicles, the Internet of Things (IoT), and resiliency – these are all key trends in today’s energy wave, and are alive and well in the building construction industry.

In this informative webinar, Tiina Aardemae will provide an overview of how the convergence of these key trends affecting both the energy and construction industries will shape future new construction programs.

Tiina will be joined by DNV GL experts Lauren Taymor and Wes Whited to provide an overview of DNV GL’s latest involvement in these areas, and the potential that new construction programs hold once they evolve beyond energy efficiency.

 Please join our webinar at 2 PM ET Nov. 6, 2018 to get a glimpse into the new construction programs of the future.

Where does your building stop and the grid begin?

Or is your building the grid?

The fact is that the lines are blurring: buildings no longer are just the destination for energy, but can also be the source.

The growth of renewables and storage, electric vehicles, the Internet of Things (IoT), and resiliency – these are all key trends in today’s energy wave, and are alive and well in the building construction industry.

In this informative webinar, Tiina Aardemae will provide an overview of how the convergence of these key trends affecting both the energy and construction industries will shape future new construction programs.

Tiina will be joined by DNV GL experts Lauren Taymor and Wes Whited to provide an overview of DNV GL’s latest involvement in these areas, and the potential that new construction programs hold once they evolve beyond energy efficiency.

 Please join our webinar at 2 PM ET Nov. 6, 2018 to get a glimpse into the new construction programs of the future.