Sponsored by the Maine Indoor Air Quality Council
April 11-12, 2016
Holiday Inn by the Bay
The Northeast Indoor Air Quality & Energy Conference attracts a diverse range of professionals from throughout the region and across the United States and Canada. Attendees come together to share new and proven concepts for achieving safe, healthy, and sustainable indoor environments. A variety of lectures, workshops, exhibit and poster sessions will offer important information and provide for discussions that will address professional development, scientific issues, trends, industry innovations and more. The event is also one of the IAQ industry’s premier networking opportunities and the ideal opportunity for companies who provide services and products to the industry to connect with their current and future customers. If you design, build, operate or maintain buildings, if you work in residential, educational, commercial or industrial environments, if you provide consulting and professional services, or if you manage policy or public health — this conference is for you.
Seminar Day (Monday, April 11, 2016)
Seminar Day (April 11) Features four, half-day program options, followed by an open Cocktail Reception 4pm – 7pm:
- The Basics of Building Science (morning)
- Working Towards Zero-Energy Ready Buildings (afternoon)
- Handling an IAQ Complaint (morning)
- To Test or Not to Test: A Debate! (afternoon)
Keynote/Workshop Day (Tuesday, April 12, 2016)
Keynote/Workshop Day (Tuesday April 12) features more than a dozen concurrent sessions on a variety of IAQ and Energy topics, as well as the keynote presentation.
Keynote Presentation: The Path to a Sustainable Future Begins with POWER WORDS
Samuel Rashkin, Chief Architect
Building Technologies Office in the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.
U.S. Department of Energy
Lots of great workshops on various strategies to create safe, healthy, energy efficient homes, schools and workplaces throughout the Northeast and Canada. We have sessions on ventilation, testing, energy efficiency, building science, health & IAQ, and more.