Miami-Dade County Office of Resilience to host public event for input on energy and water efficiency strategy for large buildings on December 13
The Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources (RER), Office of Resilience, will host a community conversation to gather public input on Building Efficiency 305 (BE305), a forthcoming energy and water efficiency strategy for large private and public buildings countywide, at 6 p.m., Wednesday, December 13, at the Cambridge Innovation Center.
The public’s feedback will be used to inform a locally-tailored set of efficiency policies and programs with benefits like increasing competitiveness in the real estate market, creating high-paying jobs, reducing tenants' utility costs and decreasing building-related air pollution.
Event participants will hear about the benefits of energy and water efficiency and local success stories, learn about energy-savings opportunities and water conservation rebate programs, and provide input for future County policies to improve energy and water efficiency in local large buildings. Any interested parties are encouraged to attend, especially individuals, nonprofit organizations, businesses, and universities interested in energy and water efficiency, energy and water efficiency trade association groups, and large building owners, manager, realtors, HOA representatives and tenant groups.