Commercial, Distributed Energy Resources, Energy Efficiency, Energy Storage, GHG Emissions, Industrial, Microgrids, Sourcing Renewables - December 14, 2020
Innovation Summit goes virtual; Leading keynotes announced
Smart Energy Decisions will lead off its 2021 slate of events with the Virtual Innovation Summit, set for March 8-12, 2021. The fifth edition of the industry’s premier event will once again bring together energy, sustainability, and facility management from large power users and their suppliers to discuss cutting-edge solutions and best practices in energy efficiency and renewable energy. The event will offer
“We are continuing to deliver on our commitment to deliver actionable insights in our buyer-driven general sessions and facilitate focused meetings between leading industry suppliers and customers,” said John Failla, Founder and Editorial Director of Smart Energy Decisions. “In addition, we offer the opportunity for buyer-to-buyer peer meetings. Until we are all able to meet in person again, we want to present as many chances as possible for members of our community to meet and share ideas.”
Exclusive keynote sessions will be presented by Marty Sedler, Director of Global Utilities & Infrastructure, Intel Corp. (left), Dennis Elliot, Assistant Vice President, Facility, California Polytechnic State University (middle), and Robert Berninger, Director – Plant Operations, Energy & Engineering, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (right).
These speakers, representing leading technology, higher education, and healthcare organizations reflect the broad coverage of organization types of both speakers and buyers at this event. Announcements are pending for additional speakers and attendees featuring commercial, industrial, and government organizations.
The 2021 Virtual Innovation Summit will be Smart Energy Decisions’ fourth virtual event. Its most recent event, the Virtual Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum (Winter Edition), was held last week, facilitating more than 350 one-to-one meetings between buyers and suppliers. Failla noted that “the interaction among all our attendees was strong and effective, including one-to-one meetings, our Peer-to-Peer Mastermind session, and live – and lively - Q&As after each general session. The willingness of these groups to share their successes and challenges is truly inspiring. We intend to bring this same spirit of collaboration to the 2020 Virtual Innovation Summit”
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