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Helping optimize the performance of people and their organizations.
Helping optimize the performance of people and their organizations.

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Headed to the HPC conference in Nashville? Don't miss this!

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You Just Cannot Stop Progress
The clean energy revolution is well underway. All the major players -- utility companies, manufacturers, the construction industry, and the transportation industry -- are moving toward sustainable systems with or without the help of the powers that be in Washington. I recommend you take time to read the white paper on the topic, well researched and scholarly, that was recently released by Barack Obama. 

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The clean energy revolution is well underway. All the major players -- utility companies, manufacturers, the construction industry, and the transportation industry -- are moving toward sustainable systems with or without the help of the powers that be in Washington. I recommend you take time to read the white paper on the topic, well researched and scholarly, that was recently released by Barack Obama. 

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CONNECTING HOME HEALTH AND HOME PERFORMANCE: a webinar.

Join Brad Turner (Southface Energy Institute), Larry Zarker (Building Performance Institute), and Leif Magnuson (Pacific Gas and Electric) to learn how the home performance and health industries are taking on important new roles in home health assessment, technical training, and home remediation.

Add your voice the dialogue during this free 60-minute webinar.

Wednesday March 23. 12:00 PST/1:00 MST/2:00 CST/3:00 EST

#habitatx   #homeperformance  

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EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS END TODAY
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Many well-connected professionals from the Home Performance industry make a point of attending the Habitat X Conferences. This in itself is a good reason for you to join us: people get connected, strategies are developed, and careers are boosted.

Today would be the smart day to sign up to take advantage of the deepest discounts. As a bonus, we have a liberal refund policy: if for some reason cannot attend, we'll refund your full registration up until a week before the event.

This is the up-and-coming event of the Home Performance industry. I hope you can join us this June 27-29 at Big Sky Montana.
#habitatx   #homeperformance  

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The 2016 Habitat X Webinars are underway.

Once a month we bring in respected experts to address a topic from the Habitat X Strategic Plan. These are better than the usual webinar, and we run them on a 30-30 schedule -- you can get a quick update in just 30 minutes, or you can stay for the second half of the hour to get all the details.

Join us, at no cost, to learn how effective online collaboration can be.

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We have now opened registration for the 2016 Habitat X Summer National Conference. The dates are June 27-29, 2016, and the location is Big Sky Montana.

This is the place where the most relevant and potent strategic planning takes place for the high-performance housing industry. Join us -- and point your career towards success.

Register by January 15th, and get the super-early-bird discounts.
http://www.habitatx.com
http://www.habitatx.com

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The Habitat X 2016 Strategic Plan represents an important shift in the trajectory of our organization.

The Plan was created when a group of smart focused people -- the Habitat Xers at the 2015 conference -- decided that they were truly ready to work side-by-side to change the way we design, build, and manage our buildings.

This is our line-in-the-sand for 2016.

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Energy, experts Leif Magnuson of Pacific Gas and Electric, Ed Thomas of UtilityExchange.org, and Claudia Rapkoch of NorthWestern Energy. There are huge shifts taking place within the utility industry at present, and these changes will be felt throughout the housing industries for years to come. We’ll look to these experts to gain some ideas of what to expect in the future, and how we each position our industries to take advantage of these changes in the way we generate, transmit, and distribute electricity and gas. This session will be moderated by John Dendy of Habitat X, and will include ample Q & A.

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An Interview with Larry Zarker of the Building Performance Institute, Kevin Kennedy of Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, and Leif Magnuson of Pacific Gas and Electric Company. Larry, Leif, and Kevin are all engaged in moving their respective organizations toward active roles that connect health and energy. We’ll be keen to learn more about the solid science that connects asthma to poorly-performing homes, and the solid funding mechanisms now in place for the remediation of homes occupied by asthma victims. This interview will be led by Tiger Adolf of UtilityExchange.org.
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