Roosevelt Strategic Council’s 2nd Annual Facilities & Campus Energy North America Summit is taking place Sept. 14-15 in Washington, D.C. This year’s summit will focus on strategic and technical capabilities to support decarbonization and electrification to improve overall energy efficiencies, reliability, and resiliency for the public and private sector built environment, highlighting this year’s theme "Improving Energy Efficiencies and Environmental Sustainability in the Built Environment."
Facility and campus energy stakeholders, will walk away with knowledge gained from senior-level speakers and attendees.
The 2022 Facility & Campus Energy North America Summit will feature Herman Bulls, international director and vice chairman, Americas, JLL; Michael McGhee, SES, PE, executive director, climate resilience, The U.S. Department of Defense; Manish Sharma, vice president and general manager, sustainable building technologies, Honeywell; Devon Tracey, PE, smart buildings associate manager, Lockheed Martin; Ben Suplick, director of engineering and energy planning, facilities and real estate services, University of Pennsylvania; and Linda Toth, energy & sustainability team lead.
Why Attend the Summit?
RSC summits are built on the foundation that great ideas and collaboration can occur when people with diverse expertise who may not work together on a daily basis come together around a common challenge. This summit’s common challenge is how to improve energy efficiency, reliability, and resiliency while reducing carbon emissions and improving overall environmental sustainability in built environments for the public, private, and federal sectors. Join us to lend your unique viewpoint and skill set or share your technical capabilities or business know-how to help forge new pathways to overall energy ecosystems, expand networks for future collaboration, and share best practices and ideas.
As the opportunity for American leadership in climate innovation is vast, the Biden- Harris Administration is outlining key planks of an agenda, including The National Building Performance Standards Coalition, announced by the White House on Jan. 21. With over 300,000 buildings within the federal government portfolio, join this conversation in September and help evolve an efficient, resilient, and carbon-free energy pathway for our Federal Government.
The CRE industry cannot reach net-zero carbon without developing a cost-effective and feasible way to deeply retrofit existing buildings. Here from senior stakeholders on the strategic operational approaches they are undertaking and what they need from their partners to support their goals.
Higher education and large institutional campuses have long served as case studies toward on-site generation. As many move to increased levels of renewables, with some setting the benchmark at 100% renewable, along with the integration of EV charging, how will they manage these assets? Who sees and owns the data in a DERs environment?
All these topics and more will be discussed and, by attending, you can engage in an interchange of ideas, expand your professional network with a diverse group, showcase your organizations innovations, and walk away with actionable takeaways.
Register now to reserve your seat. Active military and government and state personnel attend complimentary.