Leading Technology Companies Featured at 2014 Building Energy Summit
March 6, 2014, Washington, DC - Some of the world's leading technology companies will showcase the latest energy efficient products and solutions at the 2014 Building Energy Summit on April 1 in Washington, DC.
Platinum sponsors revolutionizing the way we operate buildings include Tridium, Jones Lang LaSalle, Pacific Controls, the Ronald Reagan Building, and CoR Advisors. Senior executives from each company will present inspirational case studies of the application of new technologies in buildings for maximum energy efficiency and operational excellence.
Educational track sponsors who will be presenting efficient building solutions and case studies include United Technologies, IBM, Environmental Systems Inc., Enerliance, and SCIEnergy. They will address the business and technical considerations for efficient buildings, as well as discuss the specific needs of corporate and government facilities.
Emerald sponsors also speaking at the event include Schneider Electric, Ingersoll Rand, Siemens, DCSEU, PPL Energy Plus, Grundfos, Amerex Energy Services, Interface Engineering, Optimum Energy, Daintree Networks, Iconics, GHT Limited, CABA, Enernoc, and Shift Energy.
Visit the CoR Advisors Building Energy Summit website for a full program and list of distinguished speakers.
Green exhibitors who will be joining all our sponsors to demonstrate new products and services in the Resource Pavilion include Washington Gas Energy Services, Skyline Innovations, Energy By 5, HVAC Concepts, and Gensler.
Recognition is also given to Pepco and the Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) for Emerald sponsorship of the Closing Reception, featuring a book signing by Jigar Shah.
The 2014 Building Energy Summit is the premier event for innovative building owners, energy experts, and technology pioneers to address the challenges and opportunities surrounding the need for more energy efficient buildings. The Summit brings together decision makers from both the public and private sector to debate and discuss energy efficient technologies and solutions, energy policy, funding and incentives, alternative sources of energy, smart building solutions, and more.
Visit the website to register for the event.