This workshop will bring together experts in water efficiency, behavioral sciences, design, engineering and other fields, along with commercial developers, focusing on those who can most contribute to the design, development and dissemination of behavior-changing technologies that reduce water consumption for buildings.

The agenda will include presentations from thought-leaders in these fields and discussion sessions focused on key topic areas including, but not limited to, new technologies under development, key research paths, barriers to advancement, and opportunities for deployment.

This workshop is sponsored by the Building Technologies Office of the U.S. Department of Energy.

The workshop will begin at 11:00am on Wednesday April 29th and will conclude at 3:30pm on Thursday, April 30th.

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Cost: Free

Todd Levin:
Robert Horner:
Areas of Focus: Environment
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