Energy Smart Buildings: The Convergence of Policy, Technology and Solutions

In a time of limited budgets and a growing need to become more sustainable, companies and facilities require a solution that reduces operational costs, raises energy sustainability awareness, and drives conservation behavior. Leaders are reducing energy consumption and emissions with proven technology today. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how Microsoft is enabling an Energy Smart Campus across 100+ buildings at its Redmond corporate campus, realizing sustainability and energy reduction goals. 

The solution is based upon the ICONICS product suite and is not only suitable for buildings but for any area of manufacturing or production, especially where dispersed assets require real-time monitoring to allow energy savings to be achieved.

Who Could Gain Value From Attending?
CFOs, CTOs, CIOs, Directors and Managers of Engineering, Energy and Real Estate Operations, Facilities and Property Managers, Sustainability Officers, Facilities Planning Officers, Environmental Health, and Safety Officers, and other key stakeholders tasked with energy cost savings initiatives.

  Buffalo, NY

Tuesday - March 18, 2014

Where: Davis Hall, University at Buffalo, White Road, Buffalo, NY 14260

At: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
(optional tour afterwards)
Breakfast and Registration from 8:00 am

*Registration is now closed.
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  Boston, MA

When: Thursday - March 20, 2014

Where: Microsoft Technology Center, One Cambridge Center, Cambridge, MA 02142

At: 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
(lunch will be served afterwards)
Breakfast and Registration from 8:30 am

*Registration is now closed.
here to see speakers and agenda.

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