Event | November 5, 2019
From affordable student housing to high-infill offices, a rapidly accelerating building trend is the proliferation of zero energy buildings. Embracing "deep" energy efficiency, these projects prioritize efficiency and add on-site renewable generation to achieve net zero energy use over the year. Come hear about the financial, technological, and design process innovations that make these projects a reality today. More
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Event | October 31, 2019
Now in its eleventh year, this interactive event has become an unparalleled forum for sustainability leaders of all ages and stages to connect, share ideas, reflect, and learn new skills to lead and inspire change. Slipstream is a sponsor of this event. More
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Blog | October 10, 2019
This blog originally appeared on Colorado State University’s website. Slipstream worked with a team at the Institute for the Built Environment to develop an on-demand webinar on the Integrative Design Process.  More
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Blog | September 17, 2019
The Milwaukee Business Journal published an article titled, “A Sustainable Surge: Popular support, technological advances and attractive financing propel energy-efficiency and the adaptive re-use of existing buildings.” Our very own Connor Jansen, senior product manager, and Kim Johnston, senior marketing manager, were featured in the article to provide insights on how to make buildings more sustainable, why it is important to do so, what resources are available to help mitigate costs, and what trends are coming for the future. More
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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
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News | September 11, 2018
Wisconsin Manufacturer, Inpro, First to Onboard Following its mission, to champion and deliver innovative energy initiatives that produce enduring economic and environmental benefits for all, WECC developed a tool to support the tracking of sustainability efforts for businesses and their supply chain. WECC’s Sustainability Tracking System (STS) provides a customizable solution to assist businesses with sustainability planning and reporting. More
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Publication | December 8, 2017
We studied the viability of performance-based procurement (PBP) to achieve higher energy savings, without increasing capital cost to owners, through early owner involvement, goal setting and energy modeling. The study also examined the role that conservation improvement programs (CIPs) could play in supporting this approach. We tested the PBP method in six pilot projects and observed the outcomes. We supplemented our study with assessment of existing programs, interviews and analysis through the Sustainable Buildings 2030 program, and outreach to energy modeling professionals. More
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