This year, the Better Buildings Summit is expanding into new sectors and engaging a diverse set of market leaders. Over two and a half days Better Buildings partners and stakeholders will come together in Washington D.C. and participate in sessions and meetings focused on the sharing of the most successful strategies for achieving energy savings through energy efficiency.
Sessions will focus on specific sectors and cross-cutting strategies
60 sector sessions will focus on trends facing cities and states as well as commercial industrial, and multifamily executives, program managers, building owners, and operators. This year, the Summit will also offer sessions for residential energy professionals.
40 cross-cutting sessions will feature sessions across four tracks: data-driven results, financing and partnerships, high-impact technologies, and portfolio-wide strategies.
200 speakers will present their demonstrated and proven solutions, with plenty of time for attendees to ask questions, network, and exchange new ideas.
Special events offer opportunities for recognition, networking, and forward-thinking conversations
Each day will feature either a plenary keynote speaker, a partner recognition forum, or a moderated panel of distinguished city leaders and CEOs.
An invite-only Better Buildings Challenge partner recognition ceremony, and an evening networking event open to all partners.
Speed-dating sessions with financial allies are available.
Meet-ups designed for peer-to-peer discussion on technologies like CHP, supermarket refrigeration, and sectors such as commercial real estate, higher education, healthcare, laboratories, and more.
Remember to book your hotel room.
For your convenience a block of rooms is reserved at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel at the federal per diem rate of $229 per night plus taxes. To reserve a room at this rate, please visit the hotel reservation site or call 1-877-212-5752 by May 3rd.
Visit the registration website to save your spot today.