Campus Energy 2017 Proceedings

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Conference Overview

Another IDEA attendance record was set in Miami, Fla., when 856 participants convened at the Hyatt Regency Miami for the 30th Annual Campus Energy Conference. Held Feb. 20-24, CampusEnergy2017: A Sustainable Future attracted campus energy professionals, manufacturers, service providers and government officials from 41 states and 10 countries. There were 175 attendees who work directly for a college or university – a strong number that reflects the growing role that district energy, combined heat and power, and microgrids can play to create a more sustainable future. The exhibit hall was alive with conversation as attendees networked with 101 exhibitors, exchanging information about the latest technologies and services that are helping campus utilities operate more efficiently and reduce their carbon emissions. 

The Technical Program featured more than 85 presentations covering subjects including:

Business Models and Financing Combined Heat and Power
Construction and Commissioning District Cooling
Hot Water Master Planning and System Design
Microgrids Operations
Policy and Regulations Promoting District Energy
Resiliency Sustainability and Renewables
Thermal Energy Storage








Business Models and Financing

Combined Heat and Power

Construction and Commissioning

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District Cooling

Hot Water

Master Planning and System Design

Microgrids






Operations

Sustainability and Renewables

Policy and Regulation

Promoting District Energy

Resiliency

Thermal Energy Storage

Conference Program

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Photography

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All conference attendees are welcome to download and use any photos they would like from our conference in Miami.

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