The workshop is sponsored by the FEMP, and co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. General Services Administration. More than 150 of the nation's energy experts will give presentations, discuss success stories, and offer tips that will help government and private sector energy management professionals learn first-hand about the tools and resources available that can solve energy management problems and increase energy efficiency at their facilities.
Pre-workshop events include: Fundamentals of Measurement and Verification: Applying the New IPMVP; Skills Update III for Certified Energy Managers; Understanding the ANSI Management System for Energy 2000 (MSE 2000); Introduction to Geothermal Heat Pump Technology for Federal Energy Professionals; How to Do Business with the Federal Government; and Energy 2003 Invitational Golf Tournament at Falcon's Fire Golf and Country Club; Technical Tours.
Post-workshops events include: AFE CPMM Review and Exam; Biomass and Alternative Methane Fuel (BAMF) Super ESPC Update; LABS21 Federal Laboratory Forum; Continuous Commissioning -Your Best Energy Efficiency Investment After People; LABS21 High-Performance, Low-Energy Laboratory Design Course; Energy Project Financing Workshop; LEED Intermediate Training Workshop.
Complete details on the workshop, exposition, and special events, including online registration and exhibitor information, are available at www.energy2003.ee.doe.gov, or by calling 800-395-8574 (attendees), or 410-997-0763 (exhibitors).