WASHINGTON, D.C. – The #1 commissioning and energy management event of the year – CxEnergy Conference & Expo – provides more topical, in-depth educational sessions than ever for commissioning and energy management professionals. With nearly 300 attendees already registered for the April 11-13 event in Dallas, Texas, CxEnergy 2016 anticipates a record-high attendance and even greater participation from industry organizations and professionals than last year’s successful event.
The 42 speakers in the lineup represent top manufacturing, engineering and technology companies delivering presentations on the hottest topics in the industry. All technical sessions have been approved by the American Institute of Architects for continuing education units.
Sessions include topics such as commissioning case studies in education, healthcare and commercial settings; data centers; controls and automation; building envelope; hot water systems; energy storage; LED lighting; data analytics; the IoT; test & balance; finance and updates on ANSI & ASHRAE standards.
The speakers represent companies and organizations including Siemens, Energy Star, Google, Jacobs Engineering, Sebesta, Rheem, Schneider Electric, Trane and more. Visit this page for the full CxEnergy program. Registration is available at www.cxenergy.com and the 10 percent discount is extended until March 18 with promo code “SAVE10.”
CxEnergy’s sold-out Expo Hall has over 40 companies that offer commissioning and TAB software, controls, test equipment, metering devices and consultative services in engineering and enterprise energy management.
CxEnergy offers pre- and post-conference certification workshops and seminars for Certified Commissioning Authority and Energy Management Professional. The event also features multiple networking events, receptions and luncheons.
CxEnergy is presented by the AABC Commissioning Group, Associated Air Balance Council and Energy Management Association. Supporting organizations include the Texas Chapter of the United States Green Building Council, Dallas 2030, South-central Partnership for Energy Efficiency as a Resource, The Continental Automated Buildings Association, The Business Council for Sustainable Energy and The Institute for Market Transformation.