- June 20, 2012: 4:30 pm — 7:00 pm
Located on the beautiful campus of MIT, the dasHAUS Pavilion opened on June 20th to a lively audience of over 50 representatives of Cambridge’s sustainability focused community. Presenters, including the Mayor of the City of Cambridge, the German Consul General of Boston, and the Assistant Secretary for Energy of the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs, emphasized the importance to energy saving buildings in moving toward a sustainable future. The event also included an official first tour of the advanced technology on display at the exhibition.
Please join us for the Grand Opening of the dasHAUS pavilion on Wednesday, June 20th at 4:30 pm. The Ceremony will take place at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, parking lot at 219 Vassar Street, Cambridge MA 02139.
- Press Preview (starting at 4:00 pm)
- Official ribbon-cutting ceremony
- Tour of dasHAUS pavilion
- Networking Reception at Simmons Hall
Welcome Remarks by:
- Henrietta Davis, Mayor, City of Cambridge
- Friedrich Löhr, Consul General, German Consulate Boston
- Steven Clarke, Assistant Secretary for Energy, Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs
- John Fernandez, Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Nolan Browne, Managing Director, Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy Systems
- Matthew Allen, Director Consulting Services, German American Chamber of Commerce, Inc.