CREATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR L.A.'S CHANGING CLIMATE
HOT CITY | COOL ROOF CONFERENCE ON MARCH 8
Experts will discuss benefits, designs, and incentive programs to promote cost-efficient, practical way to offset rising temperatures.
A new initiative promoting cool roofs in Los Angeles commences with an exceptional conference on March 8, bringing together experts from national laboratories, energy and construction companies, government, utilities, and cool roof owners, to discuss cool roof technology and its far-reaching benefits to residents and businesses in Los Angeles County.
Reflective materials on rooftops offer a cost-efficient way to reduce the “heat island effect” effectively offsetting rising temperatures, while also lowering utility bills, energy use, and carbon output.
Friday, March 8, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
City Hall, Deaton Auditorium
100 First Street, Los Angeles, 90012
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa;
Jonathan Parfrey, Executive Director of Climate Resolve;
Rob Oglesby, Executive Director, California Energy Commission.
This event is free and open to the public with advance registration.
To attend, please RSVP at www.climateresolve.org/hot-city-cool-roofs/.
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