Energy Efficiency Awards – German Innovation in U.S. Buildings
Recognizing innovators and leaders in green building and energy efficiency
The Energy Efficiency Awards – German Innovation in U.S. Buildings recognize outstanding achievements of German companies in the field of building performance in the U.S., showcasing technologies and innovations that contribute to increasing energy efficiency in buildings.
On June 26, we present the 3rd edition of the Energy Efficiency Awards. Our five finalists will get the opportunity to pitch their product in front of industry experts. Follow us on social media and find out more about the finalists and their projects in advance. The Energy Efficiency Awards will then be presented by our expert jury.
After the official awards event, you are warmly invited to an exciting networking event, bringing together the green building and German business communities to connect about new trends, innovations, and business opportunities
Reference Site Visit
(SOLD OUT – please send us an e-mail if you would like to be added to the waitlist)
2:30pm – Guided tour and demonstration of energy efficient technology in the new Uber HQ construction site
Awards Ceremony and Networking
5:00pm – Registration
5:30pm – Awards ceremony in the Taube Auditorium of the Commonwealth Club
- Welcome and introductions by Kristian Wolf, CEO of the German-American Chamber of Commerce
- Keynote speech (TBD)
- Finalist pitches
- Presentation of awards
7:30pm – Networking reception with the Bay Area German and green building community
- Behnisch Architekten und Transsolar
- Joseph Gartner GmbH
- Vector Foiltec
- Bronwyn Barry, President of the North American Passive House Network
- Melanie Colburn, Pacific Region Manager at the USGBC
- Peter Reppe, Energy Analyst and Design Consultant at Brightworks Sustainability
- Stefan Schwab, CEO of Enlighted
- Steven Straus, President at Glumac
Want to know more? Read the flyer for applicants!
This project is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy.