Energy Efficiency Expo Supports Sustainable Development

A new kind of expo, the Energy Efficiency Expo, is coming to town. It's a newly organized trade fair showcasing products and services to help organizations reduce their energy consumption and become more energy-efficient, and it's scheduled to be held October 18-20, 2010, at the Gaylord Texan Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas (near Dallas).

“Energy Efficiency has become a key focus for business, government and institutional organizations," said David Webster, president of the new event's producer, Webcom Communications. “Attendees will be able to see and learn about the many new products and services available that can help them reduce energy consumption, lower their energy bills and improve their green footprint. Some will even discover new ways they can turn energy-efficiency capabilities into revenue-generation tools for their organization.”

The event is aimed at managers and engineers responsible for facilities, manufacturing and industrial operations, equipment and machinery, fleets and mobile workforces in business, industrial and institutional environments. Design engineers, system engineers and integrators, along with product and system designers may find information to help them develop and provide products and services with greater energy-efficiency attributes.

The Energy Efficiency Expo is also designed to offer solutions for energy end users in commercial, industrial and institutional markets, helping them reduce energy consumption.

In addition to the exhibits offered by product and service vendors, a variety of free educational sessions will allow attendees to obtain in-depth information on specific areas of energy efficiency.

Key focus areas include: lighting, energy measurement and control, power systems and power electronics, alternative and renewable energy systems, heating and cooling, fuel efficiency, wireless sensing and control, and solutions for efficient management of mobile assets and workforces.

“We expect this to be one of the largest displays of energy efficiency products and services in North America,” said Webster. “Attendees will be able to view a large selection of new solutions from many vendors they have not seen before.”

Access to the exhibit hall will be free with advance registration, but will cost $50 for those who register at the door.

The Expo is targeted at such groups as:

• Mechanical Service Contractors

• Energy Consultants

• Lighting Engineers

• Facility Managers

• Energy Managers and Engineers

• Manufacturing Managers and Engineers

• Managers of Mobile Workforces

• Service Industry Managers

• Design and System Engineers

• Sustainability Managers

• Data Center Managers

• Transportation System Managers and Engineers

• Dealers/Integrators

More later ...

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