Business Opportunities from New Green Laws Enacted in the 2012 Maryland General Assembly
This educational event is offered in collaboration with Bethesda Green, USGBC Maryland, the USGBC National Capital Region's Montgomery County Branch, and AIA Potomac Valley.
Photovoltaic panels are now pervious surfaces in Maryland. Apartment complexes must implement recycling plans. Maryland is now the 1st state where Geothermal heat pumps count toward RECs. Learn about what all of this means to you and your business, and much more.FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER
"Did you know photovoltaic panels are now pervious surfaces in Maryland?"
Legislators proposed and reviewed a lot of green bills in this year's General Assembly, despite law maker's focus on budget issues. Some significant legislation passed, while other initiatives did not. The result? The legislature has created sustainable business opportunities that you and your business can take advantage of.
Join us for a review of this year's crop of green legislation, and hear how the new laws may affect you, your business and your clients.
Get the inside track on what the state legislature did that impacts green building and sustainable business (think storm water management, zoning, and a whole lot more).
Pick up the very latest information about LEED v4 (formerly known as LEED 2012), including the impact the June 2013 balloting will have on Maryland mandatory green building laws.
If you have never heard Peter and Stuart debate green building, you will be entertained. Also, this will be a great green networking opportunity! We will have light fare and refreshments available for attendees.
Eligible for 1.5 GBCI CE Hours for LEED APs and GAs. Application has been made for AIA/CES Credit: 1.5 Hours LU/HSW/SD.
This is event is offered in collaboration with Bethesda Green, USGBC Maryland, the USGBC National Capital Region's Montgomery County Branch, and AIA Potomac Valley.
This is the second event in the Natural Capital series, a series of public events focused on green opportunities in the National Capital Region.