What’s planned for your sector at the Better Buildings Summit?

The Department of Energy’s 2018 Energy Exchange and Better Buildings Summit is just weeks away in Cleveland, Ohio. This year, Better Buildings is anticipating more than 3,000 attendees from both the public and private sectors. Attendees can expect sessions tailored to their unique sectors, workshops, and special events designed to help them overcome market barriers and acquire the solutions they need to accelerate investment in energy efficiency practices, policy, and programs. The summit also includes showcase building tours, sector meet-ups, and the Ask-an-Expert lounge for technical advice.

Check out our infographic to find out who’s coming and what to expect from this one-of-a-kind event. Below, we have a sampling of sessions catered toward your sector! You can also check out our agenda to learn more.

Commercial Sector 

  • Finance 101: Navigating Financing Options for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy 
  • State of the Submeter: Considerations for Measuring Energy Use 
  • Work Smarter: EMIS, Commissioning Case Studies, and the SEA Campaign 

Education Sector

  • Prioritizing Laboratories: Meeting Campus Energy Goals with a Smart Labs Program 
  • Spotlight on Energy Efficiency Funding Models for School Facilities 
  • Building a Next Generation Workforce for Next Generation Buildings 

Finance Sector

  • Emerging Trends in Green Banks 
  • Making Smart Investments: How Banks and Investors Think about Energy Efficiency 
  • Rethinking Traditional Finance: How Efficiency-as-a-Service Unlocks New Potential for Businesses 

Multifamily Sector

  • From the Bottom to the Top: Institutionalizing Efficiency in Multifamily Organizations 
  • Building Futures: Providing Sustainable Career Pathways for Residents
  • Workforce Matters: Training and Credentialing 

Public Sector

  • Community/Utility Partnerships That emPOWER Success 
  • Energy Planning: State, Local, Utility, and Private Sector Perspectives 
  • We’re Engaged! Building Relationships that Lower Energy Intensity 

For the full list of sectors, recommended sessions, and events, visit the What’s Planned for Your Sector page on the Better Buildings Solution Center. Make sure to register for Summit today, and we’ll see you in Cleveland!