Plans for Energy 2003 "Real World, Real Solutions" Already Underway
November 1, 2002
FEMP's Energy 2003 organizing committee held their first meeting July 15-17, 2002 at the Wyndham Palace Resort and Spa in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, the site of the upcoming 2003 workshop. Energy 2003 is sponsored by FEMP, and co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. General Services Administration. The planning meeting was devoted to selecting tracks and sessions for the workshop.
Committee members, comprised of representatives from all sectors of the energy world, are now actively finalizing workshop sessions, and confirming speakers and moderators. Energy 2003 will feature the following session tracks:
- Alternative Financing;
- Energy Markets;
- Energy Security Using Distributed Energy Resources;
- Federal Leadership;
- Fundamentals for Energy Managers;
- Operations and Maintenance for Energy Efficiency;
- Navigating Energy Alternatives: Present and Future;
- New Technologies;
- Sustainable Building Design;
- Transportation—Driving into the Future with Alternative Fuels; and
- Water Resource Management.
Energy 2003 will once again feature interesting and informative tours of energy-related businesses in the Orlando area, and pre- and post-workshop seminars.
Mark your calendar now, and plan to attend Energy 2003, August 17-20, 2003. For complete information, visit the workshop web site at www.energy2003.ee.doe.gov.
|"Energy 2002 provided an enormous amount of valuable information from various perspectives including a comprehensive understanding of energy, conservation, and both long- and short-term energy conservation goals of our government and the marketplace."|
Southern California Edison
|Energy 2003 Organizing Committee|
|Advantek||Southern California Edison|
|Ch2M Hill, Inc.||Southern Company|
|Constellation Energy Source||TAC/CSI|
|Exhibit Promotions Plus, Inc.||Tampa Electric Co.|
|Florida Power & Light||TECO Energy, Inc.|
|Florida Solar Energy Center||U.S. Air Force|
|Harding ESE||U.S. Department of Defense/Pentagon|
|Johnson Controls||U.S. Department of Energy—Headquarters, National Laboratories, and Regional Offices|
|McNeil Technologies, Inc.||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency|
|National Park Service||U.S. General Services Administration|
|Office of Management and Budget||U.S. Navy|
|Rebuild America||U.S. Postal Service|