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DOE’s Better Buildings Summit to be held in Cleveland, August 21-23

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DOE’s Better Buildings Summit to be held in Cleveland, August 21-23

Agenda includes technical training and networking opportunities.


By Peter Fabris, Contirbuting Editor | July 10, 2018

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Summit will be held in Cleveland this year from August 21-23.

The event is an opportunity for design and construction professionals to explore and share innovative energy and water efficiency strategies, financing trends, and emerging technologies. In addition, DOE’s Energy Exchange will provide greater access to technical training sessions and networking opportunities.

There will be over 200 educational and technical training sessions. Training topics include:

— Legislative Developments Affecting Energy Policy and Funding

— Advanced HVAC Systems

— Water Policy Update

— Today’s threats to critical infrastructure

— FEMP Cybersecurity Program for Facility Related Controls

— Planning for Resilience

— Energy Storage versus Back-up Generation

— Emerging Water Technologies

For more information, visit: https://www.2018energyexchange.com/

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