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A GREENPRINT FOR BUILDING PERFORMANCE: DRIVING MARKET VALUE THROUGH ENERGY EFFICIENCY ULI SAN ANTONIO FORUM AND HAPPY HOUR MIXER

In case you missed this event, we are posting all presentations for you to review below —

LINKS TO PRESENTATIONS:
ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performance / Billy Grayson, Executive Director
Credit Human / Steve Hennigan, President & CEO
USAA Real Estate Company / Jason McIntyre, Director RE Operations & Sustainability
CVF Homes / Juan Fernandez, President & CEO
CPS Energy / Rick Luna, Director of Technology & Product Innovation
COSA Office of Sustainability – Climate Action & Adaptation Plan / Doug Melnick, Chief Sustainability Officer

ULI San Antonio has partnered with the ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performance, the City of San Antonio Office of Sustainability and CPS Energy to offer this unique forum for building owners and developers on tools and methods for driving market value and advancing local climate goals on building performance through energy efficiency and innovation.

During this event, a panel of local real estate professionals will share their experiences in creating market value through sustainable designs and energy efficiency upgrades in the local market. The panel session will cover details of design, construction and operations for high-performing, energy-efficient developments and will provide tools that can help developers and property owners meet their energy goals.

CPS Energy will share information about incentives available to developers and building owners as well as highlight their strategies for building a cleaner future by increasing renewables and embracing new and emerging technologies.

The City of San Antonio Office of Sustainability will also present the draft of the San Antonio Climate Action and Adaptation Plan, which is open for public comment (beginning Jan. 25) at www.saclimateready.com. An audience Q&A and feedback session with Doug Melnick will follow.

ABOUT THE SA CLIMATE ACTION & ADAPTION PLAN
Together, San Antonians are building solutions to prepare our city for climate change. Along with its partners and members of the community, the City of San Antonio is developing a Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (CAAP). The CAAP will lay a roadmap to reduce carbon emissions, adapt to a changing climate, and ensure San Antonio remains a healthy, vibrant place for generations to come.

A networking happy hour will follow the presentations and group discussion.

PRESENTERS

SPEAKERS

  • Billy Grayson, Executive Director of ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performance
  • Rick Luna, Director of Technology & Product Innovation, CPS Energy
  • Douglas Melnick, AICP, CNU-A, Chief Sustainability Officer, COSA Office of Sustainability

PANELISTS

  • Steve Hennigan, CEO, Credit Human
  • Juan Fernandez, President & CEO, CVF Homes
  • Jason McIntyre, LEED AP O and M, FMP, Director | Real Estate Operation and Sustainability, USAA Real Estate

PROGRAM AGENDA

3:00pm     WELCOME FROM THE ULI CENTER FOR BUILDING PERFORMANCE
Demonstrating the business case for reducing building energy consumption
– Integrating energy efficiency through green building
– Impact on market value of development

3:15pm     LOCAL GREEN BUILDING DEVELOPERS PANEL
Each will share their business case with building examples

4:00pm         CPS ENERGY INCENTIVE PROGRAMS FOR DEVELOPERS & FLEXIBLE PATH GOALS
Rebates, incentives and demand response programs for developers and building owners and the CPS Energy Flex Path and renewable energy goals

4:15pm            OVERVIEW OF THE SAN ANTONIO CLIMATE ACTION & ADAPTATION PLAN               Overview of the CAAP and focus on DRAFT Mitigation Measures around reducing building consumption

4:30pm           MODERATED Q&A WITH DOUG MELNICK, RICK LUNA & PANELISTS FOR IMMEDIATE FEEDBACK ON THE CLIMATE ACTION PLAN & OTHER IDEAS DISCUSSED DURING EVENT

5:00pm           NETWORKING HAPPY HOUR MIXER

TICKET PRICING:

ULI Members: $10
Non-Members: $15

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