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CxEnergy Set for Return to Las Vegas Building on Success!
(Washington, D.C. Nov. 4, 2014)—CxEnergy 2015, the only conference and expo exclusively designed to connect engineers, building owners, facility managers, and others engaged in building commissioning and energy management with manufacturers and energy services providers, will return to Las Vegas April 27-30, 2015 for what its organizers are calling an event that is “building on success.”
With over 400 attendees, exhibitors and speakers and the launch of the Energy Management Association (EMA), the 2014 inaugural CxEnergy Conference and Exposition exceeded all expectations in program content and networking opportunities. CxEnergy 2015 will build upon that success with more in-depth programming, an expanded expo hall and additional networking opportunities.
Cx Energy is presented by the High Performance Building Alliance, a coalition of industry organizations that subscribe to the principles that produce today’s high performance, energy efficient buildings.
Cx Energy’s expo 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.
Managing and reducing energy consumption is more important than ever
for building and facility operators and service providers. Cx Energy’s
28 educational sessions focus on key topics including Building
Envelope/Enclosure Commissioning, Technology & Innovation, Energy
Management, Commissioning Specialty Systems, Policy & Financial
Issues, and more. AIA Continuing Education Credits are available for
all technical sessions.
For more information on CxEnergy 2015’s program, schedule, expo and
registration, visit www.CxEnergy.com. CxEnergy 2015 will be held at the
Green Valley Resort in Henderson, NV. For event information contact
Anna Kosova at 202 737-7775, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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