With a 32-session, 4-track educational program, certification opportunities, a 50+ booth Expo Hall and plentiful networking opportunities, CxEnergy is the #1 conference for building commissioning, energy management, testing and technology.
Though CxEnergy 2020 was cancelled due to COVID-19, registered attendees have indicated that they are looking forward to CxEnergy 2021 next April.
“AABC proudly supports and co-presents CxEnergy because it is an elite event that promotes our values of objectivity, integrity, and technical expertise, and is closely aligned with the commissioning and energy management professions,” said AABC President B.J. Link, TBE, United Testing & Balancing, Inc. “It is the perfect venue for our members and anyone in the business of building energy efficiency and optimization.”
The expo hall will once again showcase a wide variety of companies providing leading-edge commissioning and energy management products and services. Check back often for the latest updates at www.CxEnergy.com
CxEnergy’s technical program will cover key topic areas including building envelope/enclosure commissioning, technology & innovation, energy management, commissioning specialty systems, policy & financial issues, lighting, water management, microgrids and energy storage and more. AIA Continuing Education Credits will be available for technical sessions.
CxEnergy will offer pre-conference certification workshops and seminars for the Certified Commissioning Authority (CxA) and Energy Management Professional (EMP). The event will also feature several networking events that connect commissioning and energy management personnel, HVAC testing professionals, engineers, building owners and facility managers with manufacturers and energy services providers.
CxEnergy is presented by the AABC Commissioning Group (ACG), Associated Air Balance Council (AABC), and Energy Management Association (EMA). Subscribe to our YouTube Channel where you will find over 100 video presentations from experts in our industry speaking on important building commissioning and energy management topics.
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