2014 Caltech Energy Forum
Thursday, October 30, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Caltech Energy Forum is a unique opportunity to collaborate & share best practices across multiple markets in support of efficient operation of best-in-class facilities. The Energy Forum is Caltech’s commitment to connecting industry leaders to prove the value of integrating energy management throughout all aspect of the building lifecycle.
Networking opportunities will be available during a light breakfast, lunch and coffee break.
TOPICS TO INCLUDE
Caltech's Green Revolving Fund (CECIP)
Energy Smart Buildings presented by Microsoft
Integrated Energy Planning
Business Case for Building Analytics
Cost Effective Submetering: Big Data, Big Results by UC Irvine
and short program SPEED DATA-ing
PANELISTS & SPEAKERS
Mark Jewell, Founder & President, Efficiency Sales Professional Institute
Darrell Smith, Director, Facilties & Energy/Global Sustainability & Energy Manager, Microsoft
Matthew Berbée, Director, Maintenance Management & Energy Services, Caltech
John Onderdonk, Director, Sustainability, Caltech
Jim Meacham, Principal, Altura Associates
Matt Gudorf, Energy Manager, UC Irvine
Thomas Shaffer, Energy & LEED EBOM Manager, Caltech
Glenn Friedman, Principal, Taylor Engineering
Lucas Hyman, President, Goss Engineering
What are my parking options at the event?
The Forum is hosted at Pasadena's historic private club, The Athenaeum, located on Caltech's campus. Forum attendees are able to park in the parking lot of The Athenaeum, which is on the northwest corner of Hill Avenue and California Boulevard. Note there are business casual dress guidelines for Athenaeum events.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
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Do I have to bring my ticket to the event?
Yes, your ticket will be emailed to you. You can show the ticket on your mobile device at the door, or bring the printed ticket with you.