Event


HELIX, HERS, and the MLS: Accurate and Seamless Integration of HERS Scores with Christina Rohrbacher and Harsh Engineer of NEEP

August 22, 2018, 3:30 - 5:00 PM EST

Please join us for our August 22nd Webinar!

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/602420614501688323

Join Christina and Harsh from NEEP to learn about Home Energy Labeling Information eXchange (HELIX), a groundbreaking effort to automate the transfer of HERS, RESNET and other home energy data to MLS listings, leading us to transparent real estate transaction processes that protect consumers and give real estate professionals the information they need to assist homebuyers and sellers with energy  efficiency improvements.

CHRISTINA ROHRBACHER, High Performance Buildings Associate

Christina works to organize stakeholders in NEEP’s region around residential building energy codes, residential energy labeling efforts, and the HELIX project since 2017. She advances the latest energy code adoption at the state level through organizing and facilitating the code adoption and compliance process.

Before joining NEEP, Christina worked at HomeWorks Energy, a Mass Save Home Performance Contractor in Medford, MA, as a marketing manager. There, she built partnerships with cities and towns in Massachusetts to help them reach their residential energy efficiency goals. Prior to this, she was an AmeriCorps VISTA Coordinator of Volunteer Programs at New Entry Sustainable Farming Project in Lowell, MA. She graduated with her B.A. in History from UMass Lowell, and is currently pursuing her Master’s in Sustainability at the Harvard Extension School.

HARSH ENGINEER, Intern
Harsh Engineer is pursuing his MS in Energy Systems Engineering at Northeastern University. He is experienced in working on research projects revolving around sustainable energy systems and has gained recognition for them at both national and international platforms. Under the umbrella of energy efficiency & climate change related activities, he is interested in research, development, deployment & working with mechanical and energy systems solving environmental & social issues.

Contact: Betsy Ames at 978.633.3013