Want to know how to construct a green building at no incremental cost?
Need help developing a business plan for electric vehicle programs?
Wondering how to get your foot in the door of IT efficiency?
If you want to learn about emerging technologies, how to build and maintain high-performance buildings, or what’s new with IT efficiency, you won’t want to miss the E Source Forum this fall!
I’m excited to be in charge of the Technology track at the Forum, and we’re lining up some great speakers to keep you informed on the latest in demand-side management programs, technologies, and smart grid developments.
Last year’s Forum yielded many great insights as a result of our speakers. One key take-away was that compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) will continue to be one of the cheapest, largest sources of energy and carbon-dioxide savings for years to come. Another session focused on black-box technologies and provided attendees with some rules of thumb for how to spot a dud. And another session explored how utility energy-efficiency tech departments are set up, how they screen emerging technologies, and what challenges they are facing.
In the words of previous attendee Elizabeth Jambor from Austin Energy, “The E Source Forum is an excellent way to learn more about the energy world than you thought possible. Go, be a sponge, explode your brain with new ideas.”
I hope you’ll be able to join us in Denver, Colorado, September 18–22 for the 24th Annual E Source Forum. For more information and to register, visit the Forum website.