FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Leading Technology and Energy Efficiency Companies to Showcase at the 2013 Building Energy Summit
January 24, 2013 – Washington, DC. The nation’s premier building technology and energy efficiency companies will showcase energy saving solutions at the 2013 Building Energy Summit, being held on March 26, 2013 at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC. Building owners and solution partners will present compelling case studies of energy efficient buildings, demonstrate the value of real time operational data and advanced analytics, discuss new technologies and approaches to energy management, and review financial models and incentives.
For more information about the Summit, please visit http://www.dcenergysummit.com.
Platinum Sponsors of the event include AtSite, CoR Advisors, and Pacific Controls, as well as the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, a GSA owned building which is itself a venue for green meetings and energy efficient operations. The Summit will present four Educational Tracks with more than 60 nationally recognized speakers in 15 different sessions. Education Track Sponsors include Constellation for the Business/Finance Track, exp US Services for the Technical/Operations Track, and Lutron for the Government and Corporate/Enterprise Tracks.
Additional companies who will be participating in the event as Emerald Sponsors include APPI Energy, Boland, BuildingIQ, Cypress Envirosystems, DC SEU, Digital Lumens, Enernoc, Ingersoll Rand, Pepco, Schneider Electric, Siemens, ThyssenKrupp, Tridium, and Washington Gas Energy Services. Green Sponsors include EMO Energy, Grundfos, Infor, and Pace Controls. These companies will join keynote speakers, Advisory Council members, and other distinguished presenters to discuss the value of advanced technology in building operations and present their vision for the future of energy efficient buildings.
“We are looking at a perfect storm of environmental, technological, and financial drivers to significantly reduce energy usage in buildings,” remarked Darlene Pope, President & CEO of CoR Advisors, who is producing the Summit. “This event is designed to bring together both public and private sector building owners and leading solution providers to help solve the energy challenges in buildings of all types.”
The 2013 Building Energy Summit is a national forum for collaboration and sharing of best practices in the area of energy efficient buildings, featuring keynote speakers, case studies, and educational panel discussions. A formal program and agenda will be published next week.
About CoR Advisors. CoR Advisors® is a professional consulting group specializing in the design and implementation of advanced technology solutions that maximize energy efficiency in commercial and corporate properties. Using a trademarked 15-step “Roadmap to Energy Efficient Buildings”, CoR Advisors works closely with building owners and operators to evaluate and implement best practices in smart building technologies, energy management, and sustainable business practices. For more information, visit http://www.coradvisors.net.
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