Please join the MD-PACE program at a number of sustainability and clean energy related events throughout the month of August!
MD-PACE is excited to promote the many virtual clean energy related events taking place throughout Maryland and the region this month!
August 2-6 – 2021 Energy Exchange Conference 2021
From August 2 – 6, 2021 the U.S. Department of Energy’s Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) will host nearly 2,500 energy and water professionals across the federal, public and private sectors at Energy Exchange 2021. The training event will focus on providing the resources and tools necessary to meet the ambitious goals and challenges associated with becoming efficient, resilient, sustainable, and secure in support of continuous mission operations, regardless of operating conditions.
August 3 Better Buildings - Waste Reduction: Lessons learned and what comes next
Join this webinar from DOE Better Buildings to learn from a panel of experts on the lessons learned regarding resource waste by buildings and get inspired to develop leaner practices.
August 11 ULI – Brave the Storm: Strategies for Coastal Resilience
In a year full of freak weather events the subjects of flood preparedness and coastal management are imperative for industry professionals and city decision makers. In this webinar, explore strategies for disaster mitigation and community resiliency at multiple levels.
August 19 Better Buildings – EMIS Crash Course
Energy management and information systems (EMIS) are vital to identifying and improving energy solutions. In this webinar by Better Buildings, learn about the variety of EMIS technology and practices, including energy information systems (EIS) and fault detection and diagnostics (FDD), and how to select and implement an EMIS that best meets your needs.
August 25-27 – Resilient Virginia’s 2021 Conference: Moving to Vibrant, Healthy, and Equitable Communities
At the end of August join a conference that will bring national and local perspectives on solutions to address vulnerabilities in our communities while also ensuring equitability and prosperity.