Friday, February 24th: Energy & Sustainability Extravaganza
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/
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.
Friday, February 24 from 11am - 8pm EST
Science & Engineering Hall
The George Washington University
800 22nd St NW
Washington, DC 20052
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