What is a “Green Home”?

Part of the Cleantech Dinner Discussion Series
Date: Wednesday, May 27
Time: 6:30-8:30pm
Featuring: Emile Chin-Dickey, LEED Accredited Professional and Co-Founder, ZeroEnergy Design
Cost: Free for Net Impact members, $5 for non-members
Location: Redline, Harvard Square (59 JFK Street, Cambridge, MA) http://www.redlinecambridge.com/

Emile Chin-Dickey will be leading a discussion around defining a green home. The discussion will cover topics ranging from energy efficiency and green materials, to cost-effectiveness and how an individual’s value set can impact what goes into their home.

ZeroEnergy Design (ZED) is an integrated architecture and energy consulting firm focusing on green modern home design and zero energy homes and buildings. The firm takes a calculated approach towards sustainable and green architecture by incorporating the fields of mechanical design and financial analysis into its design process. You can read more about ZED at http://www.zeroenergy.com.

Space for the dinner is limited, so please RSVP to Asheen at asheen@netimpactboston.org to reserve a seat. Please also note the nominal fee of $5 added to dinner costs for nonmembers.

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