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Demystifying Building Energy Conservation: A Panel Discussion with Fort Collins Experts
Did you know that buildings play a huge role in the climate crisis? The Fort Collins climate action plan calls for a 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, with 35% of those reductions coming from buildings. This panel discussion seeks to educate members of the CSU community on the role building energy plays in achieving various environmental sustainability goals. Topics will include the importance of building energy, how policy impacts building energy decisions, and what local residents can do to conserve energy in their homes. Panelists will include energy engineers and practitioners from the City of Fort Collins, CSU Facilities Management, and the Institute for the Built Environment.

Panelists:
Carol Dollard: Facilities Management, CSU
John Phelan: City of Fort Collins Energy Services
Josie Plaut: Institute for the Built Environment, CSU

Moderator: Audrey Beattie, Masters Student, Mechanical Engineering

**Email questions for the panelists ahead of time to audrey.beattie@colostate.edu
There will also be opportunities to ask questions during the event**

May 6, 2021 06:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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