[Sust-mar] Energy efficient building expert, Rob Dumont, to give presentations in Saint John, Fredericton, and Moncton

Tracy Glynn tracy at jatam.org
Fri Jan 23 14:56:19 EST 2009

Presentations by energy efficient building expert, Rob Dumont
January 26, 2009

Don’t miss your chance to attend an inspiring presentation about low energy 
homes by energy efficiency expert, Rob Dumont!

Rob is well-known for his work on some truly inspiring demonstration 
projects—projects that provide us with a real vision for a low carbon 
future including the Canadian Advanced Houses Program, the Saskatchewan 
Advanced House, and the Factor 9 House (a home that uses 9 times less 
energy and 1/3 the water of a standard home built in the 1970s!) Recently 
he was also involved in the design of the Riverdale Net Zero home in 
Edmonton (a home that is projected to generate as much energy as it requires!)

Rob worked for the Saskatchewan Research Council for 18 years, and has won 
numerous awards for his ground-breaking work on designing low energy homes. 
He is a regular columnist for Solplan Review, and has over 50 publications 
in the areas of energy efficiency, indoor air quality, and solar energy.

Presentations for the general public:

Saint John, January 26
Mary Oland Theatre
New Brunswick Museum, 7pm

Fredericton, January 27
Brian Mulroney Hall, Room 202
St. Thomas University, 7pm

Moncton, January 28
Lion’s Club 7pm
55 Mark Street

Lunch n’ Learns for builders and tradespeople:

Fredericton, January 27
Crowne Plaza, 12-3:30

Moncton, January 28
Curling Beauséjour, 12-3:30

*All sessions are free. Please call 458-8747, or e-mail 
efficiency at conservationcouncil.ca to register for the lunch n’ learns.

Your environmental trust fund at work.

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