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
The Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection and the Montgomery County Committee of USGBC National Capital Region invite proposals for educational presentations at the 2020 Montgomery County Energy Summit. The theme for this year’s Summit is “A Path to Zero.” We will explore strategies, technologies, and case studies focused on the commercial, multifamily, and residential
The sixth annual Montgomery County Energy Summit—the largest in the event’s history—was held on Wednesday, April 3, 2019, at the Silver Spring Civic Building. The event attracted approximately 315 attendees composed of building owners, property managers, energy contractors working in the County, young professionals in the energy field and those interested in sustainable commercial buildings.
Register today for the 2019 Montgomery County Energy Summit! The sixth annual Montgomery County Energy Summit, which focuses on promoting commercial energy efficiency and the use of clean energy in the County and the Washington, D.C.-Maryland-Virginia region, will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 3, at the Silver Spring Civic
On Wednesday, April 5th, 240 attendees convened for the fourth annual Montgomery County Energy Summit. The Energy Summit is an annual, must-attend event for County building owners, property managers, energy contractors working in the County, and young professionals in the energy field or anyone interested in sustainable commercial buildings. Hosted by the Montgomery County Department
This annual event, focused on commercial energy efficiency, had the greatest attendance to date. On Tuesday, April 5th, 187 attendees convened for the third annual Montgomery County Energy Summit. Hosted by the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection and the U.S. Green Building Council – National Capital Region’s Montgomery County Branch, this event featured Montgomery
A civic building is more than just a place to hold meetings. In Silver Spring, it means a chance to demonstrate values and sustainable living. Green Silver Spring The Silver Spring Civic Building (SSCB) has recently undergone a host of changes and upgrades to make it greener and more attractive to users, visitors, and citizens
On February 18th, 170 attendees convened for the 2nd Annual Montgomery County Energy Summit. Hosted by the U.S. Green Building Council – National Capital Region, Montgomery County Branch, the event offered policy insights from Cliff Majersik from the Institute for Market Transformation, county initiatives and goals from Councilmember Roger Berliner, an update on benchmarking resources
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