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Updated CxEnergy Program Features 31 Hours of AIA Approved Education
Credits also available to those certified by ABIH, ACAC, AEE, GBCI and other Certifying Bodies
(Washington, DC March 05, 2015) -- CxEnergy 2015, the only conference and exposition exclusively dedicated to energy management and building and facilities commissioning, announced today the addition of 11 new AIA approved technical sessions to its educational program. The full program now includes 29 technical sessions and 31 hours of content meeting the criteria for continuing education approval from the American Institute of Architects. The CxEnergy educational program addresses commissioning a variety of building systems, energy management of the total building envelope, regulations and standards, project financing and more. CxEnergy takes place April 27-30 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Instructors for the 11 newly announced sessions include engineers, commissioning authorities, university professors, government researchers, institutional facility managers, business leaders and non-profit organization officers speaking on the following topics:
For complete descriptions, see the full list of CxEnergy speakers and sessions. CxEnergy’s two pre-conference workshops, the 12-hour EMA Energy Management Professional (EMP) Seminar and the 5-hour ACG Certified Commissioning Authority (CxA) Workshop, are also AIA approved.
CxEnergy’s Exposition hall showcases a wide variety of companies providing leading-edge commissioning and energy management products and services. The exhibitors’ product lines range from controls, instruments, and metering devices to consultative services in engineering and enterprise energy management.
CxEnergy is sponsored by the High Performance Building Alliance, a coalition of industry organizations that support CxEnergy and subscribe to the principles that produce today’s high performance buildings. The founding members of the High Performance Building Alliance are the AABC Commissioning Group, Associated Air Balance Council and Energy Management Association. CxEnergy Supporting Organizations include the Alliance to Save Energy, the Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA), the AIA Las Vegas Chapter, the Las Vegas Chapter of the Institute of Illuminating Engineering Society and the U.S. Green Building Council Nevada Chapter.
For more information, visit www.CxEnergy.com
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