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K-12 School Decarbonization Technical Assistance

SLICE Network Webinar

K-12 School Decarbonization Technical Assistance

The Efficient and Healthy Schools Program provides technical assistance to school districts seeking to implement high-impact indoor air quality and efficiency improvements that will reduce energy bills and improve student and teacher health. The Program aims to improve energy performance, reduce carbon emissions, and promote a healthy learning environment in schools.

Join the School Leadership in Clean Energy (SLICE) Network Q2 2024 meeting on Thursday, June 20th at 4pm ET, hosted by Generation180 and New Buildings Institute (NBI), to learn about the suite of services available through the Program and reflect on your school district’s challenges in getting started on decarbonization projects. Representatives and participants from the Program will facilitate discussions around how the available technical assistance and resources can help get you started on your decarbonization journey.

This webinar is available to SLICE Network Members and school staff only. Not a SLICE Member yet? Learn more and apply to join the SLICE Network here.

Webinar Agenda

4:00-4:05 PM EDT:  Welcome & Intro

4:05-4:30 PM EDT: Presentation by NBI

4:30-4:55 PM EDT: Discussion

4:55-5:00 PM EDT: Closing


Presenter: Shannon Oliver, NBI

New Buildings Institute works to transform how American school buildings use energy and contribute to carbon emissions. NBIc partners with state and school district leadership, design professionals, facilities managers, and school occupants to advance districts on the road to carbon neutrality based on research and learnings in zero energy schools.

Shannon Oliver, Senior Project Manager at NBI, brings experience with energy performance contracting, net zero building design, greenhouse gas inventories, water conservation, and waste management and reduction. He has a BS degree in Environmental Health from Colorado State University and a Master of Public Health degree in Global Environmental Health from Emory University. His professional experience includes six years of air quality and environmental regulatory compliance for the oil and gas industry, and over seven years as the Manager of Energy & Sustainability at Adams 12 School District in north-Denver, Colorado. Shannon joins the New Buildings Institute (NBI) team with extensive experience in operational and facility sustainability programs for public institutions.