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Homeowner Round Table - Net Zero Renovations: Part 5 Q&A



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What drives homeowners to take their homes to net-zero energy?

Hear from 5 homeowners who attempted to take their homes to net-zero and learn about their experience so you can help others do it or do it yourself. What does it take to make remodeling projects get to net-zero? What are the costs? Barriers? Strategies and opportunities?
These are real-world projects so tune in and stick around to talk individually with each owner and their project team to get your questions answered during the breakout sessions.
More details on owners and their projects coming soon.

5 Part series - Watch all parts before taking the quiz
1) Session Introduction to Speakers and Why are you doing this
2) What were the biggest challenges, and What did you do to overcome those challenges?
3) Why did you choose your contractor(s) / designer(s) and how?
4) What were your lessons learned and/or What would you do differently?
5) Q&A

Continuing Education Units (CEUS) 1 hour in
CE Marketplace (MI Realtor)
Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI)
Building Performance Institute (BPI) NonWholeHouse
American Institute of Architects - AIA (HSW) (PENDING)
Certified Green Professional (NARI & CGP)
Certified GreenHome Professional (CGHP)
AIBD
State Architect / Builder License may be applicable

Take your CEU QUIZ Here
https://greenhomeinstitute.thinkific.com/courses/homeowner-round-table-net-zero-renovations

This is part of the 3rd annual residential net-zero energy conference
In partnership with, Michigan Energy Efficiency Contractors Association, Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association, the Michigan Geothermal Energy Association, DFD Architecture, and Architectural Resource.

The Michigan Net Zero Conference is in its 3rd year, in 2021 we will be hosting 3 tour sessions throughout the year
June 30th, 12 pm - 2 pm - New Construction Net Zero Homeowner Roundtable
Sept 29th 12 pm - 2m - TOPIC TBD

Speakers

Amy Myers is a coach, consultant, and business owner and Mike Baker is a writer, historian, craftsman, and permaculturalist.

Josh Haas is an office professional with a love for nature, birding and simply being outside.

Bart Litjens lives in Portage,

Dale Hulst is semi-retired after 30 years in commercial HVAC engineering and business leadership.

Moderator: Brett Little, Program Manager GreenHome Institute

Thank you to our session sponsors
-Michigan Saves
-Mitsubishi
-Water Furnace International
-Enertech
-DTE Energy
- Build Equinox CERV2
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