|Standard Pricing Until September 24||Members||Non-Members|
|Under Age 35||$45.00||N/A|
|Under Age 35||$55.00||N/A|
Bloomberg’s New Energy Outlook predicts that “wind and solar are set to surge to 50 percent of world generation by 2050.” Renewable energy offers real estate developers the opportunity to lower operating expenses and boost revenue by reducing, or in some cases, even eliminating utility expenditures. The September breakfast will explore current trends and technologies in the energy sector and how renewable energies may offer advantages for Texas development. Panelists will share the newest funding mechanisms, discuss implementation practices and provide a glimpse into what the future holds for renewable energies in the real estate industry.
- Roger Jennings, Senior Estimator, Brandt Solar
- Aaron Olson, Business Development Advisor, Black Bear Energy Inc.
- Adam Zarafshani, Austin Viie; Panache Development & Construction, Inc.
MODERATOR: Marta Schantz, Senior Vice President, ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performance, Urban Land Institute
- NON-MEMBERS- Registration open to members until September 12, 2019. Registration opens to non-members on September 13.
- REGISTERING MULTIPLE PEOPLE - If you are registering multiple people, call our customer service at 800-321-5011
- CANCELLATIONS/REFUNDS - Refunds must be submitted in writing, two business days prior to the event.
- ANNUAL SPONSORS - Contact [email protected] to take advantage of your free passes.
- OTHER QUESTIONS - If you have other questions about registering for this event, confirmation of my registration, or canceling my registration, who should you contact? Please contact ULI Customer Service at 800.321.5011 or [email protected]
Roger estimates solar projects verifying from small commercial rooftop arrays to multi-megawatt ground mounted systems for Brandt Industries. Over his 13-year career he has worked on project ranging from small residential installations to commercial and large utility scale plants in markets across the US.
Marta Schantz is the Senior Vice President for the Greenprint Center for Building Performance at the Urban Land Institute. She brings deep experience in the real estate sustainability market to lead and collaborate across organizations and stakeholders to achieve program goals and successes. Marta has strengths in project management and market analysis, concentrated in both qualitative and quantitative energy and policy analysis. She has deep experience in sustainability, energy efficiency, and large-scale program management. Marta is a LEED Green Associate and a Fitwel Ambassador. She holds a B.S. in Biological Engineering with a minor in Science Policy from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.