EdEnergy 2013 Call for Presentations
We would like to invite you to submit a presentation for Ithaca College’s EdEnergy Day 2013
As part of our continuing efforts to provide education about the latest products and practices related to energy, Ithaca College is pleased to sponsor our 6th Annual Educational Energy Conference. Ithaca College takes a leading role in energy and sustainability education in the Upstate NY area and we expect this conference to be well attended.
The event will be held on Monday, August 12th from 8:00am to 5:00pm in our Campus Center on the 2nd floor. The show is designed to provide attendees with opportunities to learn about the latest in challenges to the energy industry, operational best practices, carbon reduction techniques, and vendor products and services.
“Ithaca is Gorges” and that includes the panoramic views from the Ithaca College campus of Cayuga Lake and the community of Ithaca.
Theme – Looking to the Future, Getting Results Today
Presentations should fit within our 2013 theme: Looking to the Future, Getting Results Today. EdEnergy is an event comprised of energy industry leaders from universities, colleges, K-12 schools, hospitals and health care, architects, engineers, manufacturing, hospitality, government, and transportation. Industries in need of planning for future energy needs, and implementing energy solutions today to realize immediate cost savings.
Track 1 Strategic Energy Management
Track 2 Building Operations Best Practices
Possible Presentation Topics:
- Industry Trends
- Building Optimization
- Energy Futures
- Benchmarking Studies
- On-Site Generation
- Building Measurement and Verification
- Advanced Transportation
- Energy Saving Strategies that Work
- Top Skills for Facilities Professionals
- District Energy
- Emerging Energy Technologies
- Renewable Energy
- Energy Project Financing
- Energy Key Performance Indicators
- Energy Storage
- LEED Certification – Building Case Study
- Energy Conservation
- Behaviors and Expectations of Building Occupants
- Infometric Energy Systems
- Emergency Preparedness for Utility Outages
- USGBC LEED Successes
The event will provide you an opportunity to interact with over 300 attendees from the energy, education, hospital and health care, hospitality, manufacturing, architect, engineering, government, construction, agri-business and transportation industries. This conference is targeted to attendees from the Capital District to Buffalo, but has attracted attendees from northern PA and the Adirondack Region.
Presentations will only be accepted through the on-line form linked below. The proposed title of the presentation should succinctly and clearly frame the subject matter. Abstracts should be a maximum of 200 words, including the title of the presentation and a brief description of the presentation. Indicate the learning objectives including what the audience will take away from the experience. Identify any previous experience the presenter(s) have at making presentations at EdEnergy or similar conferences. The Professional Development Committee will review submissions and selection will be based on the following:
-Relevance to the conference theme
-Anticipated interest and timeliness of the topic to energy or facilities management
-Qualifications of the presenter(s)
-Technical innovation or innovation in our membership’s areas of interest
-Professional Development Credit when applicable and appropriate
Learning Units and Continuing Education Credits
Attendees historically seek topics of interest to them individually, but may also be seeking presentations that provide documented attendance in continuing education credits in various disciplines, including but not limited to: architecture (AIA Credits), engineering (Professional Development Hours for Professional Engineers that may vary by State or Province), sustainability (GBCI - USGBC LEED) and Code Enforcement (may vary by State or Province). Presentations and topics that can or may provide credits in one or more of these categories should be identified.
If you have any questions please give the conference planning committee a call at 607-274-3225, contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or check out our website at www.ithaca.edu/edenergy. We look forward to working with you on our 6th Annual Energy Conference.
Proposal Submission Deadline
Kindly submit your proposal by March 1st 2013. All submission must be received on-line through: www.ithaca.edu/edenergy by completing the Presentation Submission Form below.