CxEnergy 2018 Technical Program Announced

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The fifth annual CxEnergy Conference & Expo provides more topical, in-depth educational presentations than ever for commissioning, TAB and energy-management professionals. CxEnergy 2018 is being held April 23-26, 2018, at the Rio All-Suite at Las Vegas, Nevada.

Attendees will earn AIA and other industry certification continuing education credits for presentations that include case studies and topics in building envelope/enclosure commissioning, technology & innovation, energy management, commissioning specialty systems, policy & financial issues, lighting, water management, data centers, microgrids, energy storage and more.

The 30+ speakers are well-known industry experts across all building science disciplines. The speakers represent companies and organizations including ASHRAE, National Institute of Building Sciences, Lawrence National Berkeley Laboratory, Caesars Entertainment, United Technologies Corporation, Hanson Professional Services, Jensen Hughes, Lutron, Schneider Electric, TLC Engineering for Architecture and more. See CxEnergy 2018 Preliminary Technical Program here.

The expo hall showcases a wide variety of products including controls, software, instruments, metering devices and services targeted specifically to commissioning, energy management, engineering and testing firms. The CxEnergy Exhibitor Prospectus is available here. Event information and the latest updates and online registration are available at

CxEnergy offers pre-conference certification workshops and seminars for Certified Commissioning Authority and Energy Management Professional, plus a seminar devoted to testing and balancing topics. The event also features several networking events that connect commissioning providers, energy managers, MEP engineers, lighting & control technologists and HVAC testing professionals with manufacturers and energy services providers.

CxEnergy is presented by the AABC Commissioning Group, Associated Air Balance Council and Energy Management Association. Supporting organizations include The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, The USGBC Nevada Chapter, The Continental Automated Buildings Association, The Southwest Energy Efficiency Project and Navigant.