The 2021 Facilities & Campus Energy Summit agenda features two days of keynote presentations, panel discussions, and plenary sessions focusing on this year’s theme “Improving Energy Resiliency and Sustainability for the Built Environment.” The summit will take place at the Mary M. Gates Learning Center in Alexandria, Virginia, September 8-9, 2021.
Network with Energy Stakeholders and Leaders in Federal and State Facilities, Commercial Real Estate, Public and Private Higher Education Campuses and Industry Innovators in this timely Summit, which features over 20 speakers and more than 18 sessions over two full days.
Reasons to attend the Summit:
The building sector has the highest potential for improved energy efficiency. With more than 350,000 energy- utilizing buildings, the federal government is the nation’s largest energy consumer. Energy used in buildings and facilities represents about 38% of the total site-delivered energy use of the federal government. Participants will discuss how the sector improve efficiencies while increasing sustainability and maintaining high levels of reliability and resiliency.
As the opportunity for American leadership in climate innovation is vast, the Biden- Harris Administration is outlining key planks of an agenda the White House Climate Innovation Working Group will help advance and includes: zero net carbon buildings at zero net cost, including carbon-neutral construction materials. The public and private sector facility stakeholders can support this goal.
Technical innovations in data management are allowing the most successful facilities managers and chief engineers to utilize advanced power monitoring, predictive analytics and more data based tools to increase equipment uptime and reduce energy consumption under tight staffing and budget constraints.
Project financing and Master Planning is accounting for the need to build in renewables, onsite generation and include overall flexibility to account for future unknown advancements in technologies and innovation. Hear rom leaders across the government and private sector on how they are financing, planning and managing their respective campus and facilities operations to take back these lessons learned and ideas to your own respective organization.
Technical Topics will include:
This event is presented by the Roosevelt Strategic Council.