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Deadline for receipt of proposals is Friday, January 31

You are invited to submit a proposal for consideration to speak at the Powerful Facility Energy Conference, May 20, at the Lynnwood Convention Center in Lynnwood, WA.

Puget Sound Energy, Seattle City Light, Snohomish County PUD and the International Facility Management Association will host the conference for commercial building owners and managers, building operations and engineering staff, architects, and engineers.

Breakout sessions will feature speakers and panel discussions on practical energy solutions and strategies to improve energy performance and operational cost savings.

Please email proposals (400 words or less) to the Powerful Facility Energy Conference planning committee. You may suggest topics other than those listed below. All presentations must be educational and have learning objectives. If your company is a product manufacturer or representative firm selling a product, the presentation must be non-commercial in content.

Selection notices will be sent by February 15. Selected presenters will receive complimentary conference registration.


Advanced Cooling Technologies Demand Response Metering and Submetering
Advanced Energy Solutions Distributed Generation Navigating Codes and Standards
Artificial Intelligence Energy Analysis and Auditing Net Zero
Being Green – What Does it Mean? Energy Management Occupant Engagement
Building / Retro Commissioning Energy Project Financing Renewables
Building Automation Evolution of Systems and Controls Role of the Energy Manager
Building Rating Systems & Updates Green Communities Smart Grid / Microgrid
Building Retrofits High Performance Buildings Operations Strategic Energy Management
Data Analytics and Energy Services Lighting Utility and Facility Partnerships
Deep Energy Retrofits Measurement & Verification Utility Energy Efficiency Programs


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