The 2017 CxEnergy conference and expo is now open for registration. The conference is dedicated exclusively to building commissioning and energy management. CxEnergy is being held April 24-27 at the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate in Orlando, FL.

"CxEnergy is an outstanding conference that brings together the top individuals and companies in commissioning and energy management. We never miss CxEnergy," said Mark Gelfo, P.E., vice president and principal at TLC Engineering for Architecture, a gold sponsor of the event.

Online registration for attendees, as well as sponsors and exhibitors, is available at the event website,

Attendees will earn AIA and other industry certification continuing education credits for presentations that include case studies and topics in building envelope/enclosure commissioning, ASHRAE energy standards, data center, BAS cyber-security, energy water nexus, energy audits, lighting controls, and more.

More than 30 speakers are scheduled for the event. Organziers said the speakers are well-known industry experts across all building science disciplines. The speakers represent companies and organizations including Siemens, Rheem, ABM, SSRCx, TLC Engineering for Architecture, and more. CxEnergy speaker bios and topics, as well as full schedule of events, are available on the CxEnergy event program.

The expo hall will showcase a wide variety of products including controls, software, instruments, metering devices, and services targeted specifically to commissioning, energy management, engineering, and testing firms.

CxEnergy also offers pre-conference certification workshops and seminars for Certified Commissioning Authority (CxA) and Energy Management Professional (EMP), plus a seminar devoted to testing and balancing topics. The event also features several networking events that connect commissioning providers, energy managers, MEP engineers, and HVAC testing professionals with manufacturers and energy services providers.

CxEnergy is presented by the AABC Commissioning Group (ACG), Associated Air Balance Council (AABC), and Energy Management Association (EMA).