Next year’s AHR Expo, which will be held in New York City, will be held January 22-24, 2008, which represents a change from the normal Monday through Wednesday schedule to a Tuesday through Thursday schedule. The change was made due to the availability of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

The expo is expected to feature more than 1,800 exhibitors, both national and international, from every area of the HVACR industry. It will take place over more than 375,000 net sq ft of exhibit space, with an estimated 55,000 total attendees (over 35,000 attendees and 20,000 exhibitor personnel).

AHR Expo provides the opportunity to network with building managers and owners, system designers and installers, controls engineers and contractors, systems integrators and specialists, controls programmers and technicians, along with many others in the intelligent building and wireless intelligence industry.

Covered at the event will be topics such as:

        
  • Building controls, automation and integration
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  • Energy efficiency, energy savings, and energy recovery
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  • Green building issues and green technology
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  • IAQ
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  • Solar and other alternative energy sources


With special sections of the exhibit floor dedicated to Software and Building Automation and Control, and over 60 short presentations on New Product Technology, the expo is the perfect place to see and experience the latest innovations and equipment in the industry. Special Educational Sessions are also offered by 28 different Endorsing Associations and industry organizations including the ZigBee Alliance, CABA, and ES columnist Ken Sinclair of AutomatedBuildings.com.

 Visit AHR’s web site at www.ahrexpo.com for complete information.

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