USGBC0 Tennessee - Metro Nashville Center of Responsible Energy (CORE)

The Metro Nashville Department of General Services designs, builds, and manages many of Metro’s buildings. With over 4 million square feet and nearly 100 buildings, from fire and police stations to libraries and office buildings, efforts to conserve energy and water, reduce waste, and promote healthy environments have a big impact.


Join the USGBC Tennessee Community for a visit to the Center of Responsible Energy (CORE) where the Department’s Sustainability Division tracks solar panel output, electric vehicle charger use, building temperatures and lighting schedules, and much more. This innovative nexus of energy management and planning avoids monetary costs, saves natural resources, and improves customers’ experiences. Learn best practices in energy and resource management that can support your projects.


  • Tickets: $15 for USGBC Community members | $20 non-members
  • 1 GBCI CE pending
  • Boxed lunch available for registered participants starting at 11:30am; presentation from 12-1pm