The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) will have its 2020 Fall Membership Virtual Meeting from Oct. 19 to 21. NFRC is the nation’s leading authority on energy-performance ratings for fenestration products including windows, doors, and skylights.
At the three-day online event, attendees will discuss proposed changes in the industry, updates to NFRC’s energy-performance ratings, and aspects of fenestration that affect the comfort and energy use in homes and offices nationwide. The meeting also features a keynote address from architect Ed Mazria, the founder and creator of Architecture 2030. Mazria will share his research on how buildings can be designed and built to reduce carbon emissions including energy-efficient windows, doors, and skylights.
Other meeting topics include a panel discussion on the latest technological developments and innovations in fenestration products with experts and researchers from the National Renewable Energy Lab and the Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. NFRC’s Leaders Network also is sponsoring a session titled How to Become a Brand Ambassador for professionals to network online and build their personal brand. Each of the three days includes task group, subcommittee, and committee meetings that will review proposed changes to NFRC processes and procedures that improve the industry. Register to attend here and view the full schedule here.
“Even in a virtual environment, we continue the important work of moving NFRC forward to build a sustainable future in 2020 and beyond by fulfilling our strategic goals. This means ensuring consumers have the peace of mind knowing that NFRC-certified windows, doors and skylights are backed by our fair, accurate, and credible ratings and research,” said NFRC CEO Deb Callahan. “At this Fall Membership Meeting, NFRC will bring together the right people with the right solutions for not only the fenestration industry, but also for green and sustainable building now and into the future.”