The Department of Energy is bringing together the Energy Exchange and Better Buildings Summit, creating the largest and most exciting DOE training, trade show, and peer event of the year. Thought leaders from the federal, private, education, and state and local government sectors will convene to accelerate the adoption of energy/water efficiency, integrated resilience, emerging and secure technologies, and replicable renewable energy solutions. The combined Energy Exchange and Better Buildings Summit will feature technical training sessions, interactive panels, and learning opportunities from public and private sector market leaders.
Registration for Energy Exchange | Better Buildings Summit is open to government (federal, state, city and local) and national lab employees as well as government contractors and private industry.
The Energy Exchange | Better Buildings Summit is even more robust this year and entirely focused on ways design, operate and integrate federal and private sector facilities, fleets, and resources in the most efficient, sustainable, and cost-effective manner. This professional development opportunity includes numerous activities to help you achieve your long and short-term career goals.
This year’s event is expected to draw 700 new attendees, giving your company exposure to over 3,000 professionals in building, fleet, and water management. No other trade show gives you so much impact in such a short time, and no other venue puts you in touch with so many federal, state, and local decision-makers, all in one place.
If you have products or services that can help our nation use natural resources wisely, cut overall energy costs or improve energy and resiliency outcomes, you need to exhibit at the Energy Exchange | Better Buildings Summit.
Help Government Decision-Makers Find the Right Energy and Resource Solutions The Energy Exchange | Better Buildings Summit is dedicated to achieving optimal outcomes for government energy and resource management projects. The facility, fleet, and water planners and managers who attend are looking for solutions, technology, and services that cut costs or improve efficiency and resiliency. Every company, manufacturer, distributor, or service provider that wants to compete in this sector should have a presence on the Trade Show floor.
Areas of interest include:
These professionals cover a variety of project management disciplines and include:
State Resource Managers
Project Implementation Specialists
Research, Design, and Development