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Decarbonization in the Built Environment and Funding Opportunities through the Inflation Reduction Act

  • 03/21/2023
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom
  • 77


  • We offer our online events for free to allow equitable participation, but appreciate any support for our program

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Join us for this lunchtime webinar held in collaboration with the Gazarian Real Estate Center. Attendees will get an understanding of decarbonization in the built environment, what goals the Inflation Reduction Act has for decarbonization and what funding is available for decarbonization in the residential and commercial real estate sector.  

Speaker Bio: Lauren Reeg joined RMI’s Carbon-Free Buildings team in 2021 where she works with cities and states throughout the Midwest to decarbonize and electrify the region’s building stock. Besides broad building decarbonization and electrification policy, she's focused on working with states across the country to most effectively implement federal funding for buildings. Before coming to RMI, Lauren Reeg earned her Master’s in Environment and Resources from UW Madison with a focus on Energy Analysis and Policy. In conjunction with her Master’s, she worked for RENEW WI where she focused on regulatory analysis of clean energy in Wisconsin. 

RMI Summary: RMI (formerly Rocky Mountain Institute) is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit organization whose mission is to transform the global energy system to secure a clean, prosperous, zero-carbon future for all.  Since our founding in 1982, we have grown to over 600 staff working on four continents with a global reach. Our initiatives include researching the business models, policies, technologies, and financing mechanisms necessary to advance an equitable clean energy transition. 

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