Many organizations are offering events that educate and inspire us to live a little greener. Our Calendar will help you stay involved in local initiatives.
Search here for the Dept. of Environmental Quality's Calendar.
Click here if you would like your event added to our Event Calendar.
Click Here to check out all of the events we have done over the years as Media Sponsors.
- This event has passed.
Better Buildings Summit
August 21, 2018 @ 8:00 am - September 23, 2018 @ 5:00 pm
Looking for a Great Way to Promote Your Event?
GreeningDetroit.com Makes it Easy and Cost Effective!
If you have amazing things to share with the Metro-Detroit area and beyond, we're here to help! Contact us for the easiest, most effective promotional campaigns you can imagine! With over 400 events sponsored and over 330 organizations partnering with us, we know we can help!
Click Here and find out more today.
The Summit is one of the premier events for energy professionals to engage with one another and explore and share innovative strategies, emerging technologies, financing trends, and much more. For 2018, the Summit will be held with DOE’s annual Energy Exchange, focused on federal facility energy management, to provide greater access to technical discussions and training while also providing the great panel sessions, keynote speakers, and networking opportunities attendees expect at the Summit.
The full agenda is available for review; take a look and start building your schedule!
Announcing Showcase Building Tours! Learn more about the tours and how to sign up.
Find out what’s planned for your sectors with our sector-specific recommendations.
View the schedule for Ask-an-Expert.
Take a look at our slate of Keynote Speakers and Panelists.
To get more information and exciting details about the 2018 Summit, click here!
At the 2017 Summit, more than 1,000 participants engaged in dialogue focused on sharing proven approaches. Speakers from the commercial, industrial, public, multifamily, residential and data center sectors shared how they draw on energy efficiency technologies, business practices, and partnerships to save money on utility bills, create new jobs, and improve their organization’s competitiveness. Below are some of the top sessions from 2017.
Source: U.S. Department of Energy