Friday, February 24 from 11am - 8pm EST
Science & Engineering Hall
The George Washington University
800 22nd St NW
Washington, DC 20052
Friday, February 24th: Energy & Sustainability Extravaganza
12:30 Panel on: “Career Perspectives in Sustainable Solutions” which will feature
the work of successful women professionals along with their career tips for those who wish to enter and/or transition into this field.
Leaders in Energy Showcase and Reception
2:30 University Panel Discussion:
George Washington University will be joined by
select panelists to discuss goals, successes and on-going
sustainable challenges encountered on today’s university
3:30 Vendor Speaker/Panel Discussion
4:30 Town Hall Style Discussion
6:00 Reception and Networking
This event is tailored for college/university clean energy and sustainability facility managers, clean energy and sustainability procurement managers, industry professionals, and students.
The Association of Energy Engineers National Capital Chapter (AEE NCC) and Leaders in Energy will join forces with The George Washington University (GWU) for its 3rd annual Energy & Sustainability Extravaganza. The Extravaganza has two components:
AEE NCC Council on Women in Energy and Environmental Leadership (CWEEL) Luncheon Panel on “Career Perspectives in Sustainable Solutions” (11 am – 1:45 pm). Registration for the AEE NCC luncheon event will be available at: www.aeencc.org.
Leaders in Energy “Sustainable Solutions for Tomorrow’s Campuses” Showcase (2:30 pm – 5:30 pm) and Reception (6 – 8 pm). Registration is available at: https://lercpa.org/energy-sustainability-extravaganza-2017/
Colleges and Universities are ethically and financially committing to long term plans for campus and system-wide sustainability, energy efficiency measures, renewable energy generation. Green buildings, smart infrastructure, co-generation plants, microgrids, grid flexibility and carbon neutral have become the topics of conversation for administrators, facility managers, and students.
Sustainable Solutions for Tomorrow's Campuses