The 2012 Maryland Clean Energy Summit was a smashing success! Thanks to all sponsors, exhibitors and participants who made it possible.
The 2013 Maryland Clean Energy Summit is scheduled for Tuesday, October 15th through Wednesday, October 16th at the Marriott Inn and Conference Center UMUC in College Park. The updated website with complete agenda and important information for registrants, exhibitors and sponsors will be live online shortly.
Save the date and don’t miss out on Maryland’s premier clean energy networking and informational event for 2013!
Don’t miss this opportunity to network with hundreds of influential industry experts, academicians, contractors, elected and appointed officials along with key stakeholders in the field. Take advantage of opportunities to gain exposure for your products and services with dedicated exhibit space. Hear from thought provoking speakers and presenters making the energy technology connections that will benefit you and your organization in the future! The program over the two day conference covers our theme topic from the perspective of big corporate giants to small start up ventures. Speakers from within and outside of the state bring best practice models and present case studies to more broadly inform Maryland energy industry stakeholders.
Join other forward thinking sponsors and exhibitors who are associated with this unique regional event! Building and facilities operators in particular should plan to attend and learn about easy to adopt energy cost saving techniques and financing concepts.
To view the the speaker presenations from the 2012 Summit, please visit the Speaker Bios page and click on the speaker’s name to be linked to their presentation!
BREAKOUT TRACK TOPICS INCLUDE:
Strategies for Consumer and Large Scale Implementation of Energy Solutions- Use of RECs and how the market is trending.
Developments in Energy Infotech- Accessing and Using Data to Drive Decisions and Deploy Systems-Focus on geospatial and Microgrid applications.
Industry Standards to Insure Credibility- Implementing District or Community Energy Applications and Building Alliances for Success.
How Natural Gas Supply & Demand will Influence the Future- Smart Grid deployment and the influence of new technologies using biomass for affordable heat and energy.