The energy industry’s trade show season is about to kick off, and EnergyCAP is an eager participant. We will be exhibiting at two major industry trade shows in August and September, and we encourage you to visit with us:
Energy Exchange 2017 Training & Trade Show
Energy Exchange is self-described as “an educational and networking forum for those seeking to expand their knowledge of building operations, energy security, and management in the federal sector.” The conference will be held August 15–17 at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, FL and is focused on providing training to help federal agencies meet their energy management objectives.
In addition to its extensive 15-track training schedule, Energy Exchange also offers a trade show that kicks off with a three-hour reception the evening of Monday, August 14, and continues Tuesday (10:00am–7:00pm) and Wednesday (10:00am–4:00pm). We’ll be there—at Booth #327—to demonstrate why federal agencies, including military bases, national laboratories, museums, and others, rely on EnergyCAP as a cornerstone of their energy management program.
World Energy Engineering Congress
George W. Bush, the 43rd President of the United States, will be the featured guest at this year’s World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC), which will take place September 27–29 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
This year is the conference’s 40th anniversary, and attendance to the show’s expo is free. The WEEC exhibit floor will be open 10:00am–6:00pm Wednesday, September 27, and 10:00am–4:00pm Thursday, and we anticipate a lot of traffic as attendees “explore the latest developments in the energy marketplace.”
We encourage you to attend one or both conferences, and when you do, please visit us. We will appreciate the opportunity to meet you, to learn more about your utility bill and energy management needs, and to discuss how EnergyCAP can empower you to do more with your organization’s energy information. Please contact us now to schedule a time to meet with one of our representatives.
If you’re already using EnergyCAP, please stop by to say “Hello” and tell us how EnergyCAP has helped your organization conserve energy and operate more efficiently.