Better Buildings Summit - Industrial Sector Presentations
The Better Buildings Summit is a national meeting where leading organizations across key sectors showcase solutions to cut energy intensity in their buildings and facilities. The 2017 Summit featured the most industrial sector content yet with over 10+ sessions dedicated to Plant Energy Management, Water and Wastewater efficiency, communicating energy efficiency successes, financing projects, combined heat and power systems, and identifying new opportunities.
These Sessions covered topics related to plant/facility energy managment from training the next generation of energy managers to utlizing DOE tools to implement energy management systems like ISO 50001.
Water and Wastewater had a large focus at this year's summit. Topics ranged from sharing best practices for implementing low- and no- cost energy savings measures to experiences in implementing renewable energy projects at wastewater facilities.
Getting the word out about your energy project's success can be hard, these sessions covered how industrial partner's are promoting their successes and promoting action within their own organization.
Energy Efficiency financing is a key road block for many projects. At this year's summit sessions focused directly on how organizations can leverage different programs and financing options for their specific project.
Find out why Combined Heat and Power systems are becoming more and more popular, also see real life examples from the Better Buildings Combined Heat and Power Accelerator.
Looking for your next energy efficiency project? These sessions covered how partner's are starting to identify new opportunities in their facilities and using new cutting-edge technologies to cut energy use even further.
Expert building technologists discussed what they are excited about now and what fledgling ideas are exciting for generations to come. This session highlighted information that can help you decide for yourself which building strategies can help you meet your goals now and well into the future.