Buildings, including the highest performing ones, depend on the grid. One of the oldest and most complex machines ever made, the grid is responsible for delivering reliant and resilient energy to power and heat people’s lives. However, that energy comes tied with carbon emissions, and when buildings are responsible for a large percentage of energy consumed in the United States, the carbon footprint involved is significant. A decarbonized future depends not only on building the greenest buildings but on a greener grid.
Verdical Group’s Energy Analyst and Project Manager, Frank Schwamborn, joined Cleantech Live for a webinar explaining why buildings meant to last decades should be built or retrofitted today to meet tomorrow’s grid. You can watch the full recording below.