CxEnergy Calling for Technical Program Abstracts for Live 2021 Conference
The premier event in commissioning, energy management, and building analytics and diagnostics, CxEnergy 2021, issued a call for abstracts for presentations at its technical program. The event takes place April 21-23, 2021 at the Omni Dallas/Fort Worth, TX. CxEnergy draws hundreds of the nation’s leading commissioning experts, energy management professionals, MEP engineers, HVAC testing professionals, facility managers and building owners. CxEnergy abstract topics include, but are not limited to:
CxEnergy abstract topics:
- Case studies in commissioning and energy management in buildings and facilities (particularly featuring the owner perspective)
- Building & facility safety and wellness issues relating to HVAC and COVID-19
- Lighting, particularly in the area of advanced lighting control systems
- Building envelope/enclosure
- Advances in building automation and control technologies
- Cyber security, data analytics, data integration and IoT topics
- Market sector case studies (e.g. health care, education, data centers)
- Distributed energy resources (renewables, microgrids, storage etc.)
- Water conservation
- Pertinent regulatory, standards and management system topics.
CxEnergy has placed an Abstract Submission Form on its website for submitting presentation topics and speaker information. Deadline for submission is September 30, 2020. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (202) 737-7775.
CxEnergy Technical Presentation attendees earn AIA (LU), USGBC LEED General Education, CxA and EMP continuing education credits for presentations. The credits are widely applicable for other certifications and professional licenses (attendees should check with their certification or licensing body).
More than 100 videos from past CxEnergy presentations are available on the CxEnergy YouTube Channel.
CxEnergy is presented by the AABC Commissioning Group (ACG), Associated Air Balance Council (AABC), and Energy Management Association (EMA). They are known as the “Authorities in Certification,” and administer certification programs for professionals working in commercial buildings. Their certifications cover testing, adjusting and balancing (TAB), building commissioning, and energy management respectively. Collectively, these groups have over 600 member companies with more than 2,500 professionals carrying one of more of AABC, ACG, and EMAs’ certifications.