Upcoming Event: Energy Asset Mapping Workshop - October 15
Registration Deadline: Monday, October 11
Date / Time: October 15 from 8:30 am to 12 noon
Location: NSCC Waterfront Campus, 80 Mawiomi Place, Dartmouth
Questions such as "What is energy mapping?" and "What can it do for my municipality?" will be answered through dynamic presentations on state-of-the-art projects from across Canada, including the Strait-Highlands Energy Asset Map.
Through facilitated break-out sessions, participants will then have the opportunity to explore the energy mapping process and opportunities in both urban and rural contexts. Attendees will gain an understanding of how this emerging technology can support municipal decisions surrounding building efficiency, renewable and district energy technology integration, sustainable transportation and land use planning.
This workshop is intended for elected officials, planners, community energy managers and anyone responsible for energy priorities in their municipality. This technology has the potential to be a game-changer – come and find out what it’s all about!
The registration deadline is Monday, October 11 - but space is limited, so register today!
To reserve your spot, please contact Debbie, UNSM’s Municipal Sustainability Coordinator at email@example.com or 423-8312.
Directions & Parking Options for the Workshop
The October 15th workshop is taking place at the NSCC Waterfront Campus, 80 Mawiomi Place, Dartmouth.
As a “green” facility, there is limited metered visitor parking at the Waterfront Campus (and all spots will most likely be taken by that time of the morning). Therefore, it is suggested that participants park next door at Mount Hope or across the street at the Dartmouth General Hospital. Please see the attachment for directions and parking options.
The workshop is taking place in the main campus building situated nearest the harbour. Once inside, take the elevator or stairs to the fifth floor. The workshop will be in NSCC’s boardroom (#5329), which is in the far right and back corner of the building overlooking the harbour.
If you need help once inside the building, there will be a number of security guards on-hand to provide directions (just indicate to them that you are looking for the boardroom on the fifth floor). You can check at the information desk, but sometimes they have quite a line-up at that time of the morning. So in order to allow a bit of extra time for parking and finding the room, you may want to consider allowing yourself an extra 10-15 minutes to get to the workshop.