On March 26, 2013, building owners, energy experts, and technology pioneers will converge at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC to address the challenges and opportunities surrounding the need for more energy efficient buildings. Join us for the 2013 Building Energy Summit and be a part of the revolution that is permanently changing the way we manage and operate buildings. The 2013 Summit brings together leaders from both the public and private sector to debate and discuss energy efficient technologies and solutions, energy policy, funding and incentives, alternative sources of energy, and more.
The Summit will combine keynote presentations by industry leaders and energy experts, educational breakout sessions for hands-on learning, case study presentations demonstrating real projects and real results, and networking opportunities for collaborating with colleagues and solution providers. Speakers will present case studies of some of the most efficient buildings in the country. Learn what major corporations, building owners, tenants, governments and governmental agencies are doing to support energy efficient operations and significantly reduce energy costs.
Federal and State Government Officials
Engineers and Architects
Energy Policy Experts
Chief Technology Officers
Directors of Sustainability
|Enterprise Customers / Tenants
“This conference provides a valuable forum in which to educate building owners and managers on the many different energy reduction and cost saving solutions that are available and to collaborate with others for maximum effectiveness,” said Richard H. Bradley, executive director of the DowntownDC BID, who is serving as the local host for the event. “The 2013 Building Energy Summit will share successful case studies and provide specific guidelines for benchmarking buildings, monitoring real time energy usage, analyzing operational data, making efficient upgrades and changes, and integrating the latest technologies to significantly cut energy consumption.”
“Based on the success of last year’s conference, we are committed to making the 2013 Summit even better,” remarked Darlene Pope, President and CEO of CoR Advisors, who will be producing the event. “We will have all the resources for education, planning, and implementation of energy efficient building solutions under one roof. This is a landmark effort of leaders from both the public and private sectors coming together for a common goal.”
The 2013 Building Energy Summit supports the DOE Better Buildings Challenge and provides attendees with the Roadmap to Energy Efficient Buildings™ as a plan of action to effect real change. For more information about the Better Buildings Challenge, visit www4.eere.energy.gov/challenge/ or the Roadmap to Energy Efficient Buildings, visit www.coradvisors.net.
The DowntownDC Business Improvement District (BID) is a private non-profit organization that provides capital improvements, resources and research to help diversify the economy and enhance the Downtown experience for all. The Downtown ecoDistrict was launched in 2011 to strengthen Downtown’s competitiveness in the commercial real estate market. As a catalyst, facilitator and thought leader, the DowntownDC BID promotes public/private partnerships to create a remarkable urban environment. For more information, visit www.DowntownDC.org or follow on Twitter @downtowndcbid.
CoR Advisors® specializes in providing intelligent building technologies and energy efficient solutions that lower operating expenses, reduce environmental impact, and improve the overall occupant experience in commercial and corporate properties. CoR Advisors® provides professional education and consulting services to help commercial real estate owners evaluate and implement best practices in smart building technologies, energy management programs, and sustainable business practices. The DowntownDC BID has selected CoR Advisors® as a key Energy Ally to assist building owners and managers with their energy management and smart building programs. For more information, visit www.coradvisors.net.