News
News | March 14, 2019
We are excited to share that Karen Weigert, Vice President of Business Strategy and Regional Operations, will present at BloombergNEF's annual summit in New York City!  More
curved glass building
Blog | March 21, 2019
Our research team is passionate about solutions that inspire responsible energy use and research that advances energy systems. It is important to us to make our tools and information readily available to building designers and facility staff since they can change the way impactful decisions are made. That’s why we developed the only FREE climate data toolkit. More
News
News | February 26, 2019
Slipstream is pleased to welcome Karen Weigert as Vice President of Business Strategy and Regional Operations. Weigert brings collaborative leadership skills and a vision for a sustainable future to Slipstream—an organization she calls a "planet-fixing, people-enabling machine!" More
Counting Change
Blog | February 4, 2019
Close your eyes. Take a deep breath. Think of something that is important to you. What did you pick? Our changing climate already impacts what’s important to you, whether that’s your child’s health, favorite vacation spot or your retirement portfolio. More
Climate Resilience
Research | December 21, 2018
We provide a set of future climate files for use within your energy modeling tools. Data is available for sixteen locations representing the major North American climate zones. Learn more and register to download the data packages. More
Slipstream Solution
Solution | December 19, 2018
Smart management is key to successful adaptation in the built environment. We develop and apply research approaches that can be replicated around the country, enabling campuses and communities to develop adaptation strategies for building energy performance in a future impacted by climate change. More
Publication
Publication | March 12, 2016
ACEEE 2016 paper by Scott Schuetter, Saranya Gunasingh and Doug Ahl. More
Blog
Blog | December 2, 2015
Leaders from around the world have convened in Paris this week to develop multilateral solutions for combating climate change. Potentially game-changing in scope, many are hoping that the 21st Conference of the Parties under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) will result in binding agreements to curb greenhouse gas emissions and keep global temperatures from rising more than 2 degrees Celsius. More
Publication
Publication | December 1, 2013
The goal of this project was to examine the impacts of climate change on the energy use and operating costs at NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center (SSC), located in southern Mississippi. Specifically, we quantified the expected impacts on future energy consumption, peak energy demand and energy costs due to climate change at the SSC facility. We also developed potential adaptation approaches through the application of energy efficiency technologies. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES More