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Serving Michigan's Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, Macomb, and Washtenaw Counties
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Carbon Neutrality Series - Session 3 - University of Michigan and Local Institution Energy Reduction/Carbon Neutrality Plans and Accomplishments

  • Tuesday, March 09, 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom webinar


AIA Huron Valley is pleased to join with Ann Arbor 2030 and the Washtenaw Contractor's Association to host monthly CE events regarding Carbon Neutrality!  The second session is Tuesday March 9th at noon.

 1.0 LU|HSW - Course AIAHVCE0404

Please use this link to register and note the upcoming monthly events:

Course Description: 

The University of Michigan, City of Ann Arbor, Washtenaw County and the Ann Arbor Public Schools have made carbon neutrality commitments or have specific energy reduction goals. Each institution has made significant progress and seeks to position themselves as leaders among their peers. Each institution will share their goals, an overview of their accomplishments, including at least one case study, and identify the challenges they face. The University of Michigan President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality is releasing their final recommendations that are a detailed analysis of what it will take to achieve Carbon Neutrality on their three campuses.


Kevin Morgan, Manager of Energy Management Programs at the University of Michigan

April Avigne, Energy Coordinator at Washtenaw County

Joshua MacDonald, Energy Coordinator, City of Ann Arbor

Emile Lauzzana, Executive Director of Capital Projects at Ann Arbor Public Schools  

Moderator: Kimberly Watts, Executive Director, Washtenaw Contractor's Association

Learning Objectives:

      • Understand the four local major institution carbon neutrality goals and how they are implementing, or planning to implement, these goals in their existing facilities.
      • Identify strategies and standards that these four institutions are exploring to achieve net-zero-carbon operations in new buildings and extensive renovation projects.
      • Highlight the building systems that these institutions are researching to meet their carbon neutrality goals.
      • Develop a list of challenges that our local design and construction community can work on together.

    Do not register on the AIAHV website - please register directly using the link above to receive CE credit.  (we cannot turn off the registration option on our website or the event won't be made public - sorry for any confusion) 
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