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January 20–22

NAHB International Builders’ Show

January 24–28

ASHRAE Winter Conference

January 26–28

2015 AHR Expo

January 28–30

2015 Midwest Energy Solutions Conference

February 2–3

2015 ACI Northwest Regional Home Performance Conference

February 9–12

AESP 25th Annual Conference

February 16–18

RESNET 2015 Building Performance Conference

February 16–18

Smart Energy Summit

February 23–25

Twenty-fifth Annual Energy Design Conference & Expo

February 26–27

Better Buildings: Better Business Conference Illinois

March 3–5

NESEA BuildingEnergy Conference

March 9–11

Midwest Residential Energy Conference

March 11–12

Greenprints Conference 2015

March 11–13

Better Buildings: Better Business Conference Wisconsin

March 15–17

HVAC Excellence Educators & Trainers Conference/Expo

March 16–19

ACCA 2015 The Building Solutions Conference for Indoor Environment Contractors

April 29–30

Saving Water Through Behavior Changing Technologies


ACI Webcast Training

Building Science

Energy Center of Wisconsin University

Flir Systems Infrared Training

Fluke Corporation

Midwest Renewable Energy Association

Saturn Resource Management, Incorporated

Snell Infrared

UC Davis Extension
Renewable Energy
Energy Resource Management

If you wish to submit your conference, exposition, seminar, or workshop related to residential energy efficiency, please send a notice at least four months in advance to: Home Energy Calendar, 1250 Addison St., Ste. 211B, Berkeley, CA 94702, or e-mail

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