GLOBALCON, Northeast Conference & Expo, to Discuss Energy, Power & Facility Management Strategies
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Energy managers, VPs of operations and facility teams need to address future energy challenges, including the pressure to reduce energy consumption, improve corporate sustainability and enhance their organization's position in the new marketplace. The 28th GLOBALCON Conference & Expo, to be held at the Convention Center, is the one place where decision makers from business, industry, and government can meet to get up to speed on energy and facilities management, HVAC and smart building systems, lighting efficiency, integrated energy solutions, renewable energy and onsite generation.
Presented by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), the GLOBALCON 2017 conference program is full of the industry's top experts in the energy marketplace. Among the highlights of this year's featured speakers include:
As a complement to the conference program, the GLOBALCON expo will display technologies helping commercial, industrial, and institutional customers save on their energy costs, upgrading their facilities with innovative solutions, and implementing new or retrofit construction projects which will help drive the new clean energy economy.
Professional training seminars eligible for CEU, LU, and PDH credits will be held in conjunction with the event, covering energy auditing, energy efficiency updates, building commissioning, fundamentals of water efficiency and more, for a full schedule of available training opportunities, visit www.globalconevent.com/seminars.
GLOBALCON is the Northeast's largest energy efficiency conference and exposition addressing new solutions in energy efficiency, energy management, high performance buildings, renewables, and power management technologies. Event sponsors include WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW), The Weather Company, New Jersey Natural Gas and Direct Energy. GLOBALCON will feature more than 45 educational sessions, a council on women in energy breakfast with featured speaker, , Director, DOE Better Buildings Challenge as well as free technical workshops in the expo hall and a facility tour of the Convention Center showcasing lighting control upgrades.