AESP Webinar: A Regional Update – Resilience and Recovery
July 21, 2020 | 1 p.m. EST
Hosted by the Association of Energy Services Professionals, president Mandy Mahoney joins her REEO counterparts for an update to their April webinar on the state of the industry. They will speak to the latest challenges their regions face, including understanding and reacting to the disproportionate energy burden for customers in particular in diverse communities, market reactions, ongoing workforce challenges, impacts on meeting program goals, and current stimulus recovery efforts.
Our Diversity, Inclusion, and Integration Journey
July 22, 2020 | 10 a.m. EST
Learn how SEEA is implementing a diversity, inclusion, and integration strategy at every level of our organization, and our vision to explore opportunities to bring this value to our members, partners, programmatic work, and the communities we all serve.
In Pursuit of Equity, Efficiency, & Environmental Progress
July 22, 2020 | 3 p.m. EST
Hosted by Emory Climate Talks, join president Mandy Mahoney (99Ox 01C 06L) for a conversation on energy policy, the impacts of energy insecurity, and implementing energy efficient solutions. Learn about key players in the energy regulation, traditional policy mechanisms, and innovative programs that support communities, as well as Mandy’s personal and professional journey in tackling climate change and pursuing sustainability.
Southeast Energy Summit 2020
2020 Building Science Conference & Expo
POSTPONED September 21-23, 2020 | Knoxville, TN
The 2020 Building Science Conference & Expo will continue to provide world-class CEU training and certification opportunities while offering new sessions including commercial building science, workforce development initiatives, serving hard-to-reach customers, multifamily housing energy efficiency programs, and more!
Maggie Kelley, built environment project manager, will be speaking on a panel intended to provide an overview of the market for, and policy landscape impacting, commercially available advanced building technologies in the Southeast.
2020 ACEEE Hot Water Forum
NOW VIRTUAL! July 21-22 & July 28-29, 2020
At this unique 2020 forum, you can explore the most cost-effective ways to improve the efficiency of hot water systems, which is the second largest user of energy in a home. In 16 breakout sessions, you will learn about the intersection between these systems and important issues including debarbonization, electrification, and energy equity. You will also network with industry leaders and fellow professionals in a community that is passionate about cutting-edge technology, system design, programs, and policies.
2020 Building Sustainability Conference and Awards
POSTPONED TBD | Richmond, VA
The Building Sustainability Conference and Awards highlights efforts to build sustainability in our communities. The conference will feature sessions and speakers, bringing together cross-discipline industry experts to share knowledge, inspire discussion, and drive change in the protection of our living environments, both inside and out.
The 11th annual awards ceremony will be presented to recognize the region’s leaders in high-performance construction with a focus on projects, programs and initiatives that represent the future of sustainable building.
2020 National Energy Codes Conference
POSTPONED TBD | Chicago, IL
The 2020 National Energy Codes Conference is postponed until further notice. We hope to provide updated information in the coming weeks. In the meantime, please be safe, healthy, and adhere to the guidance provided at CDC.gov.
2020 State Energy Conference of North Carolina
POSTPONED TBD | Raleigh, NC
The State Energy Conference provides actionable insight into the business of energy, connecting technical innovation, diverse resources and industry opportunity to help drive North Carolina’s regional energy economy forward with national impact.
POSTPONED EARLY 2021 | Charlotte, NC
EPRI’s priority is the health and safety of all who attend our events. Given the latest information on the coronavirus (COVID-19), we have determined that we must postpone our Electrification 2020 International Conference & Exposition. We are working on rescheduling our event in Charlotte for early 2021.
We are disappointed not to see this event fully realized as scheduled, but know the decision is the right one for your health and safety, and the safety of our communities. We will keep you posted as we confirm next year’s details.