Convening civic and industry leaders from around the world to create net zero energy, carbon, and water communities.
Fort Collins, Colorado, USA on October 23 & 24, 2013.
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Learn more about Net Zero Cities; watch this event overview here.
A rare opportunity for you to connect with leaders from across industries to discuss best practices for advancing your community towards net zero.
- Net Zero Energy
- Net Zero Water
- Smart Cities: Intelligent Systems and Integration
- Transportation Innovations
Learn more about the sessions on the Agenda page.
Located in Northern Colorado, Fort Collins is home to Colorado State University and is a growing hub for sustainability research and best practices. Fort Collins offers a unique blend of innovation, research, natural beauty, and recreation. It’s the ideal location for creative thinking, learning, and the advancement of new ideas. Learn more about visiting Fort Collins, CO.
The City of Fort Collins established a zero energy district, in 2009. The FortZED initiative encompasses the downtown district of Fort Collins, Colorado and the Colorado State University campus. Both Fort Collins and Colorado State University share a strong vision of sustainable practices, conservation, and land stewardship.