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Event Overview:

What is BuildingEnergy?

The BuildingEnergy Boston Conference + Trade Show is the Northeast's premier gathering for sustainable design, green building, and renewable energy professionals. Produced by the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA), the annual event attracts more than 3,500 practitioners working together to advance the adoption of sustainable energy practices in the built environment. Attendees span all sectors of the building industry, ensuring that the people you meet and the knowledge you gain will expand your network and strengthen your business. Conference sessions are rigorous, relevant, and rooted in whole-systems thinking. The trade show hosts companies with cutting edge products and services. Greenwashing is left at the door. Sound good? Join us!

Why Attend BuildingEnergy?

    Network with industry leaders
    Build your competitive advantage
    Make business-to-business connections and grow your client base
    Learn new techniques and new technologies at over 80 sessions and workshops
    Earn your professional credits in highly engaging multi-disciplinary sessions
    Visit exhibits of companies with cutting edge products and services

Exhibitor Information:

Be Seen - Be Here.

BuildingEnergy is the only conference where architects, engineers, designers, planners, builders, policymakers, manufacturers, and installers work together to determine the future of our built environment. Conference sessions range from emerging trends in renewable energy to deep energy retrofits of commercial and residential buildings. BuildingEnergy annually attracts over 3,500 attendees.

Why Sponsor or Exhibit at a BuildingEnergy Event?
BuildingEnergy Events reach not only thousands of attendees each year but also tens of thousands of practitioners in NESEA’s database due to our thorough marketing efforts. We make it easy to customize your participation to maximize the number of new customers, clients, and business partners you gain through your sponsorship/exhibiting experience.

About NESEA:

Founded in 1974, the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) is today the region’s leading membership organization promoting sustainable energy practices in the built environment. We as professionals in the fields of renewable energy and building embrace whole systems thinking as the path to sustainability.

Our work is vital to increasing sustainability, especially in the building sector. In the United States, the building sector accounts for nearly half of all energy consumption. It also produces nearly half of all greenhouse gas emissions, making it the largest single contributor to climate change. To shape the built environment is to shape the future not only of our cities and towns, but also of our planet.

Contact the event managers listed below for more information about how you can participate at the BuildingEnergy Boston 2017.

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Conference/Event Dates: 03/07/2017 - 03/09/2017
Expo/Exhibit Dates: 03/07/2017 - 03/09/2017
Classification: B2B
Primary Industry: Green Construction
Other Industries: Architecture & Construction, Associations: Trade / Professional, Building & Construction, Business, Design Services, Energy, Engineering, Green Construction, Manufacturing, Manufacturing - General
Estimated Attendance: 3,500
Audience: Architects, Designers, Engineers, Developers, Builders, Policymakers, Manufacturers, Installers, Building Managers
Notes: BuildingEnergy Attendee Breakdown:

51% Building professionals (architects, engineers, builders, planners, contractors, facility managers, developers and designers)
23% Energy and environmental professionals
15% Educators, homeowners, students and non-profit organizations
11% Other

3,500 sustainability pros from 32 states and 8 countries
Venue: Seaport World Trade Center
Venue Phone: (800) 440-3318
Venue Type: Indoor - Other
Official Conference Hotel:Seaport Boston Hotel
Conference Hotel URL:
Number of Exhibitors:150
Event Square Footage:17,660
Exhibit Floorplan:Click Here
Show Owner:Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA)
Show Manager:NESEA
Exhibitor Prospectus:Click Here
Sponsorship: Yes
Sponsorship Details: Promotional items are a chance to put your logo literally in the hands of thousands of attendees for the duration of the conference.

Booth Size Booth Cost   Available Amenities
Main Aisle Corner $29.00 per sq. ft.   Electricity: Yes - Unknown Price
Main Aisle Standard $28.00 per sq. ft.   Water: n/a
Side Aisle Corner $27.00 per sq. ft.   Generator: n/a
Side Aisle Standard $25.00 per sq. ft.   Marketing Vehicles Allowed: Yes
Other Booth Sizes Available: Yes

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2017 Exhibitor List:

2016 Exhibitor List:

2015 Exhibitor List:

1 Efficiency

475 High Performance Building Supply

Advanced Solar Products

Aegis Energy Services

AirGreen LLC

Anchor Insulation Co.

Andersen Windows & Doors

Andelman and Lelek Engineering

Apricus, Inc.

Architecture for Humanity Boston

Assa Abloy

Association for Energy Engineers (AEE)

Astrum Solar

Auburndale Builders

Avalanche Energy

BE Master Series


Boston Architectural College

Boston Society of Architects (BSA)

Build Equinox

BRASH Engines

BrightBuilt Home


CED Greentech

Celtic Energy

Center for EcoTechnology

CertainTeed Corp.

Co-Energy America

Comfort Line Ltd

Commonwealth Quality Wood Products

Conedison Solutions

Conservation Services Group

Cotuit Solar


Delta Products Corp.

Department of Energy Resources(DOER)


Eco Supply


eGauge Systems



European Architectural Supply

Evolve Technologies

Facility ConneX


Faze 1

Foard Panel Inc.

Foundation for a Green Future, Inc.

Fraunhofer CSE

Fred Davis Corp.

Genest Concrete

Green Fiber

H Window Company, LLC

Halcyon Shades

Heat-Timer Corporation

High Profile Monthly

Huber Engineered Woods

Huber Technology

Innovation Zone/NECEC

Intus Windows

Klearwall Industries LLc

LED Waves

Legend Valve & Fitting Inc.

Lipidex Corp. - AirCycler

Maine Green - Performance Building Supply

Marlboro College

Marvin & Integrity Windows & Doors

MassCEC -Massachusetts Clean Energy Center

Mass Energy / People's Power & Light

MassSave Residential New Construction Program

Menck Windows

Mitsubishi Electric

National Grid

NESEA - Office Hours with the Experts

NESEA - Office Hours with the Experts

Net Zero Energy Coalition (NZEC)

New England Homes by Preferred Building Systems

New England Real Estate Journal (NEREJ)

New York Passive House(NYPH)


Next Step Living

North American Passive House Network (NAPHN)

North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners(NABCEP)

Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA)

Pavers by Ideal

Passive House Alliance US (PHAUS)

Passive House Institute US (PHIUS)

passivhausMAINE (phME)

Pavers by Ideal

Phoenix Composting Toilet

Pinnacle Window Solutions

PowerWise Systems


Radiator Labs

RBI Solar Inc.


Roxul Inc.

RST Thermal

Sanden International

Schock USA Inc.

Shift Energy, LLC

SIGA Cover Inc.

Skillings & Sons, Inc.

SolaBlock LLC

Solaire Generation

Solar Design Associates


Solar Data Systems /Solar-Log

Solstice Manufacturing

Southern New England Solar

Sparkplug Power

Steven Winter Associates

Stiebel Eltron, Inc.

Sunraise Investments

SUNY Cortland Physics Dept.

The Murus Company, Inc.

Tecogen Inc

ThinkLite, LLC

Tremco Barrier Solutions

Unity Homes

USGBC Massachusetts


Yaro Windows

Yestermorrow Design/Build School

Zehnder America, Inc.

Zola Windows

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