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  • August 21, 2014 1:47 PM | Anonymous
    31 Jul 2014 2:11 PM | Judy Swann

    The sweltering summer heat that threatens to bring everything to a standstill each year doesn’t, thanks to a 1902 innovation that changed the way the world lives, works and plays.

  • August 21, 2014 1:45 PM | Anonymous
    23 Jul 2014 1:09 PM | Judy Swann

    According to the Green Parking Garage Council there are more Chargepoint electric vehicle chargers than there are McDonalds - and twice as many than the number of Starbucks! Pretty cool. Thanks to our colleagues at Clean Technica for this news.

    Green Garage Certification is the world's only rating system defining and recognizing sustainable practices in parking structure management, programming, design, and technology.

    More information: 

  • August 21, 2014 1:40 PM | Anonymous
    10 Jul 2014 3:04 PM | Judy Swann
    Hearst Publications Connecticut featured an article in their Stamford Advocate, CT Post and News-Times publications on green homes based on the recent CTGBC Tour hosted throughout Connecticut. Elizabeth DiSalvo Principal of Trillium Architects and CTGBC Board Member was featured in the well as many of the homes on the tour. 

  • June 11, 2014 11:47 AM | Anonymous

    Take advantage of a rare opportunity to hear world renowned expert on Passive House Design - Tomas O'Leary. 

    Tomas is a engaging and informative speaker that delivers a fantastic talk on Passive House.
    Introduction to Passive House Design

    Wednesday June 18th
    Evening - 5:30 to 7:30

    The Mercy Center
    167 Neck Road -- Madison, CT
    Presented by:
    Tomas O'Leary -- Passive House Academy
    Supported by:
     Centennial Builders and Klearwall      

    More information:

    Passive House
    “Passive House” is widely recognized as the most demanding energy performance standard on the planet, and typically saves 80%+ on conventional heating and cooling costs. The standard applies equally to domestic as well as commercial projects, new build and retrofit, and is based on sound building science and clearly defined metrics. The focus is on high-performance building enclosures and assures exceptionally high comfort as well as high indoor air quality. The standard was defined in Germany 20 years ago and is gaining a strong foothold in the US. This one-hour program will give attendees an excellent insight into how Passive House bridges the performance gap and exactly why it is taking the world by storm.
    Target Participants:
    This course is aimed at anyone interested in high performance buildings, including architects, designers, engineers and consultants as well as contractors & building tradespersons, educators, students and anyone in the general community with an interest in energy responsible design and building.
    While there is no fee to attend, seating is limited so please RSVP to register for this event to:

    Accredited by the American Institute of Architects - This presentation offers (1) AIA-CEU credit for attending AIA members.
    Keynote Speaker:  Tomás O’Leary, Co-Founder of the Passive House Academy
    Learning Objectives:

    • Definition of the Passive House Standard and explanation of Space Heating and Cooling Demand, as well as Heating and Cooling Load;
    • Presentation of built case study projects, including domestic and large scale commercial;
    • Overview of key construction elements including insulation, airtightness, thermal bridging, windows, energy recovery ventilation;
    • Key issues involved in designing projects to the Passive House standard; and
    • Question and Answer session.


  • May 28, 2014 12:43 PM | Anonymous

    June 15, 2014 - Last date to take LEED 2009 Professional Exam

    June 30, 2014 - First date to take LEEDv4 Professional Exam

  • May 22, 2014 11:57 AM | Anonymous


    For the recent GPRO Operations and Maintenance session hosted by CTGBC, 81 candidates completed the course with 71 students passing the exam so far.
    Successful candidates receive a GPRO O&M certificate, a wallet card and hard hat sticker.

    These trained workers can qualify for a LEED point for Existing Buildings projects under LEED Pilot Credit 81.  Both GBCI and AIA credits are available for all GPRO courses.

    Connecticut Green Building Council congratulates all GPRO Certificate Holders!

    For additional information on    go to

  • May 14, 2014 2:19 PM | Anonymous

    The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co.'s downtown Hartford One State Street headquarters recently received LEED Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, the company announced.

    The 24-story building's energy use, lighting, water consumption and other factors all played into its overall LEED score, the equipment insurer said.

    The USGBC uses a 100-point system to assign LEED certifications, which range from "certified" (40-49 points) to "platinum" (80+ points).

     Congratulations to HSB !

  • April 24, 2014 2:49 PM | Anonymous


     Earth Day Panel at Audubon Greenwich discuss state and federal initiatives to support the funding of renewable energy and encourage the growth of a green economy in Connecticut.

    Panelists include Mark Robbins, Energy Committee Chair, CTGBC, Bryan Garcia,

    CEO and President CEFIA, Congressman Jim Himes and Stewart Hudson Executive Director Audubon Connecticut.

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