Exclusive Clip from CampusEnergy2021: How Has the Pandemic Affected Your Campus?

By District Energy posted 03-31-2021 10:13

  
CampusEnergy2021 may have ended in February but its 800+ attendees are still buzzing over the invaluable educational content offered, featuring deep-dive insights about the real-world issues affecting our campus community today.
If you weren't able to attend, we are pleased to offer a glimpse into our Opening Panel Discussion, District Energy: A Bridge to the Future. Learn from our expert panelists about how the pandemic impacted their campuses in this exclusive clip.

Please note that the entire CampusEnergy2021 educational program will be streaming through mid-May. That means that even if you missed it, you can still register today and enjoy the nearly 80 technical presentations at your convenience. You can even casually stroll the IDEA Virtual Exhibit Hall to connect with over 70 business partners who might be able to help with your next project.

We like to think of it as binge-worthy education that you can't miss. See you online!



Thanks to our panelists:
Lalit Agarwal, Director, Maintenance & Utility Services, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Robert (Bert) Bland, Associate Vice President, Energy & Sustainability, Cornell University
Ted Borer, Director, Energy Plants, Princeton University
Joan Kowal, Senior Director, Resilience & Utility Strategies, Emory University
Meghan Riesterer, Assistant Vice President, Campus Energy & Sustainability, Oberlin College & Conservatory



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