The AABC Commissioning Group is reaching out to building commissioning, TAB and energy management subject matter experts to share their knowledge at the largest gathering of industry professionals in the nation.
Some of the technical abstracts have already been submitted include:
• Considerations for Energy Efficiency – Retrofit vs. New Construction in Institutional Settings
• From Monitoring-Based Problem Identification to Automated Fault Correction
• Codes, Standards, Ordinances and Guidelines – Which Rule?
• Energy Benchmarking as a Service with Energy Star’s Portfolio Manager
• High-Accuracy, Low-Cost Building Ventilation Verification Tool
CxEnergy will once again draw hundreds of the nation’s leading commissioning experts, energy management professionals, MEP engineers, HVAC testing professionals, facility managers and building owners. CxEnergy takes place April 20-23, 2021 in Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas.
Specific areas of interest include (but are not limited to):
• Case studies in commissioning and energy management in buildings and facilities
• Building envelope/enclosures
• Advances in building automation and control technologies
• Testing, adjusting and balancing or other specialty testing
• Cyber security, data analytics, data integration and loT topics
• Commissioning of specific market sectors (e.g., education, healthcare, data centers, etc.)
• Lighting and lighting control systems
• Distributed energy resources (renewables, microgrids, storage, etc.)
• Pertinent regulatory, standards and management system topics
• Water management and conservation
• Occupancy wellness issues and sustainability
• Business-oriented presentations related to commissioning and energy management
Program abstracts should contain the following:
1) Proposed title of presentation
2) Short summary of the presentation
3) Four learning objectives
4) Speaker bio
Presentations must have a 60 minute runtime (including roughly 15 minutes at the end for questions).
Click here to submit abstracts.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-737-7775. CxEnergy Technical Sessions will be submitted for AIA LUs.