Mark your calendar for February 7-8, 2017 and join SPEER at their annual Summit in Austin. In between breakout sessions, attendees will be able to hear from key leaders in the energy efficiency world: Scott Tinker, Director of the Bureau of Economic Geology at UT Austin, and Karl Rábago, Executive Director of PACE Energy and Climate Center at the Pace University School of Law in White Plains, New York. The SPEER Summit features two days of in-depth conversations, inspiring keynotes, and networking opportunities. Visit http://bit.ly/2f5mvRF to download the full agenda, see all breakout and panel descriptions, and register for the event.
Wanting to participate in the premier energy efficiency event for Texas and Oklahoma? Join SPEER at their annual Summit in Austin on February 7-8, 2017. You’ll encounter two full days of keynotes, breakouts, discussions, panels, and networking. Topics range from Lighting Trends & Innovation to Catching the Wave of Industrial Energy Efficiency to Energy Codes, but one thing they have is common is that they represent the most current issues facing our region. Hear from industry experts and peers, make your voice heard, and help steer the future of energy efficiency! To register and see topics descriptions and the full agenda please visit http://bit.ly/2f5mvRF
Interested in learning more about energy and efficiency and gaining exposure to the industry’s leaders? Become a key player and join SPEER at their annual Summit on February 7-8, 2017 in Austin! The SPEER Summit is the leading event for energy efficiency in the region. Attendees are encouraged to participate in and contribute to discussions during breakout sessions and will learn about subjects on Residential Energy Codes, Lighting Trends & Innovation, Controls, Automation & Smart Grid, Connected Homes: Customers Take Control, and many more. Visit SPEER’s Summit page http://bit.ly/2f5mvRF for detailed descriptions of this year’s breakout and plenary panel sessions!