The Habitat X Conferences have become a reliable point of connection for professionals from across all sectors of the energy and housing industries. These one-of-a-kind events offer an adaptable and productive venue in which thought leaders and decision makers create real working solutions for their organizations. The networking opportunities are strong and relevant.
We hope you can join us to expand your network, activate your ideas, and become an architect of change for the home performance industry.
Registration is Now Open
We’ve set the dates and location for the next Habitat X Summer National Conference: June 27-29, 2018 at Big Sky Montana. Register now to get the deepest discounts, and to claim one of the 75 seats available for this event.
If you’re not ready to register, sign in below and we’ll lock in the best discounts and hold your seat until December 31, 2017.
No one is just a participant at Habitat X. The formal sessions, open dialogues, and potent one-on-one collaboration fill the needs of forward-looking and active professionals who are ready to get down to business in creative and pragmatic ways. As a bonus, just about everyone in attendance reports having a great time with old friends and new colleagues.
If you’d like to be involved, we recommend that you submit a proposal to present content at one of our events. You don’t have be an expert presenter, but you do need to have relevant experience and a vision that you’re willing and able to share.
Our sponsors, too, are deeply engaged as full participants in our work, and not just as salespeople in the exhibit hall. In fact, our sponsors send some of our most reliable experts and most active participants to the Habitat X conferences. In return, we help create relevant and durable relationships that have great value for everyone involved.
The Habitat Conference have become a respected venue for seasoned and forward-looking professionals who have a stake in the future of sustainable housing:
Energy Auditors and HERS Raters
Home Performance Specialists
Home Builders and HVAC Contractors
Architects and Designers
This is the place where advanced business networking, strategic planning, and personal development take place in one integrated event. Participants go back to their jobs with a renewed focus and connection to their industries. Join us, and connect to this forward-looking network of seasoned professionals.
We’ve not yet established the agenda for the 2018 Conference. But you can learn a lot a lot about what we do by reviewing agendas from our most recent presentations, panel discussions, and workshops:
Paths to Energy Code Compliance. We looked at the effects of required performance testing, the use of the Energy Rating Index (ERI) performance path, and the continued legal pressure to achieve verifiable compliance with energy codes.
Changing the Conversation. We focused on cultural and linguistic barriers that limit the widespread implementation of high performance construction.
Valuation and Finance Mechanisms. We disassembled the various finance instruments to show how they work, compare their implementation in a variety of markets, and identify the best ways to fit them each of them into programs and industry.
Connected Devices for Integrated Home Performance. We heard reports from the field, and brainstormed the best channels for combining these hopeful technologies into realistic solutions with commercial viability.
The Business of Healthy Homes. We took a strategic look at the rapidly expanding field of health and home performance, and began assembling a set of generic business plans that provide guidance for new players.
The Evolving Role of Modern Utilities: a panel discussion with CEO Robert C. Rowe of NorthWestern Energy and others. We looked to these experts to learn about the huge shifts taking place within the utility industry.
Choosing Value, Cutting Cost, a moderated discussion on quality control and the “race to the bottom” in the construction industry.
The Disruptive State of Photovoltaics. The advent of lower-cost photovoltaics has reduced the investment in energy efficiency in many markets. Yet there are strong opportunities for combined investments that include well-targeted whole-house upgrades.