Register today for the 2020 Montgomery County Energy Summit!
The seventh annual Montgomery County Energy Summit, which focuses on promoting energy efficiency and the use of clean energy in the County and the Washington, D.C.-Maryland-Virginia region, will be held on Wednesday, April 1st and Thursday, April 2nd at the Silver Spring Civic Building.
New for 2020, we are thrilled to announce that we are adding a second-day exploring energy in the residential sector, including relevant topics for single-family and multi-family developers, building operators, and Montgomery County residents.
The summit is co-hosted by Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the US Green Building Council National Capital Region (USGBC NCR).
Registration for the 2020 Energy Summit is now open. Early bird tickets are $75 for entry to both days of the Energy Summit, and single-day tickets are $50 for Day 1 (commercial); $35 for Day 2 (residential). Early bird tickets end March 6th (or March 31st if the attendee is a Government Employee).
Regular online ticket prices are available after March 6th. For entry on both days, regular tickets are $100, and single-day tickets are $70 for Day 1 (commercial); $50 for Day 2 (residential).
The Summit will include a keynote presentation, breakout education sessions, an Expo Area featuring the latest in sustainable products and services, breakfast and lunch on both days, and a reception on Wednesday.
The Silver Spring Civic Building is located at 1 Veterans Plaza in Downtown Silver Spring. It is accessible from the Metro Red Line at the Silver Spring station.
For the past six years and counting, the Montgomery County Energy Summit has annually offered cutting-edge education focused on the latest trends in commercial energy efficiency, renewable energy, and related issues in Montgomery County. Our core audience includes building owners, property managers, energy contractors, and other green building professionals working in the County and the larger DMV area.
The theme for this year’s Summit is “A Path to Zero.” We will explore strategies, technologies, and case studies focused on the commercial, multi-family, and residential built environment that are moving the needle towards achieving the County’s ambitious climate goal of carbon neutrality by 2035.
The Energy Summit includes in-depth workshops on innovative energy projects, renewable energy technologies, sustainable building strategies and County and other regional commercial energy efficiency programs. Information on specific sessions is available on the Energy Summit website.
Following Day 1 of Energy Summit, we will host a networking reception, which is included with registration to the Energy Summit.
New this year, we’re adding a second, full day to the Energy Summit to focus on single-family and multi-family education topics on Thursday, April 2nd. Daytime education sessions will require a ticket. Starting at 4 pm on Thursday, April 2nd, the Energy Summit will be open to the public for a super-sized Energy Roadshow in the Silver Spring Civic Building’s Great Hall.
The Energy Roadshow is your one stop event for all things energy related in the County, including home comfort, avoiding scams, ENERGY STAR devices, electric vehicles, renewable energy, and how to pay for home upgrade projects. It is an open house setting and residents will be encouraged to come and go as they please.
To register for the Energy Summit and for additional information, visit the event’s website at www.MCEnergySummit.org.