Commercial, Demand Management, Distributed Energy Resources, Energy Efficiency, Industrial, Commercial, Industrial, Sourcing Renewables - December 16, 2016
Smart Energy Decisions announces Innovation Summit sponsors, attending C&I companies
The invitation-only conference will run March 13 through March 15, 2017, in Orlando, Fla. Designed with the help of the Smart Energy Decisions advisory board, the Innovation Summit will feature forward-looking content focused on strategy in both the supply and demand sides of energy management. The objective of the Innovation Summit is to help attendees learn from best practices, make new connections and discover solutions that will help improve their company's results and reduce carbon emissions.
Energy management executives from 26 large commercial and industrial companies are already confirmed to attend the event including: Avery Dennison Corp., Becton Dickinson & Co., Bloomberg LP, Bristol-Myers Squibb, CBS Corp., Celanese Corp., Cinemark Theatres, Cisco Systems Inc., Fruit of the Loom, General Motors Co., Giant Eagle, The Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Honda Motor Co., InterContinental Hotels Group Plc, Intuit Inc., The Kroger Co., Marriott International Inc., Merck & Co. Inc., Petco, Procter & Gamble, Sheetz Inc., Stanley Black & Decker Inc., Sobeys Inc., Switch, Toyota Motor Corp. and Whole Foods Market Inc.
Additionally, nine leading industry suppliers have signed on to participate as Innovation Summit sponsors. Independent energy advisory and solutions integration company Edison Energy is the Summit's presenting sponsor.
NextEra Energy Resources Inc. is a platinum sponsor of the event; Constellation and EnterSolar are gold sponsors; and 3Degrees Inc., EDF Renewable Energy, Noble Americas Energy Solutions, Renewable Choice Energy, Stem Inc. are silver sponsors.
"With energy management executives from close to 40 large commercial and industrial companies joined by 20 leading industry suppliers, we think the Innovation Summit is shaping up to be one of the most important gatherings of executives devoted to adopting best practices in energy efficiency and renewable energy sourcing ever held," Smart Energy Decisions founder and editorial director John Failla said.
Through a blend of keynote speeches, energy executive-only sessions, panel discussions, case studies presented in boardroom briefings and one-on-one meetings with suppliers, other topics on deck at the Summit include energy procurement strategy; energy efficiency, sourcing renewables; energy information management; energy storage; and emerging technologies.
"The mix or conference session formats, supplier case study presentations and the focus on energy management strategy on both sides of the meter will deliver an exceptional experience for Innovation Summit attendees," Failla added. "We are thrilled with the support of leading industry executives who are participating at the Innovation Summit."
Attendance at the Innovation Summit is limited to qualified energy management executives from large C&I companies and supplier sponsors. To learn more, request an invitation or apply to become a supplier sponsor, visit the Innovation Summit website.