ConferenceApril 4–6, 2016Greater Washington, DC
The energy management landscape is in a period of rapid change—an unprecedented pivot—for both enterprises and utilities.
EnergySMART 2016 is about charting that change, and placing you ahead of it. Join top enterprises, energy service providers, and technology leaders to rethink the industry and refine your approach to energy management.
General Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret.)
One of the most influential figures in 21st century global politics, and strategic advisor on energy technology for venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins.
International bestselling author of Drive: The Surprising Truth of What Motivates Us and leading thinker on the evolution of the business world.
Author of three books on energy and the enterprise including Green to Gold, the decade’s best-selling book on sustainable business.
EnergySMART is a must:
Navigating the Energy Pivot:
An investment in tomorrow
Key players in energy management help you build a winning strategy amidst rapid change. Learn from leaders across the energy industry.
Actionable tools and advice
Dozens of sessions tailored to your challenges, delivered by peers who have already faced them. Get the answers you need in the terms you value.
Technology and Tools:
Take control of your data
See your energy data in a whole new light. At the SMART Bar, EnerNOC’s engineers will walk you through real-time examples of how EIS software simplifies energy management for businesses and utilities alike.
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Spend three days at one of the Eastern Seaboard’s most sought after combined resort and convention centers. Resting on the shores of the Potomac River in National Harbor, MD (just 20 minutes’ drive from Reagan National Airport), the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center blends spacious luxury with the capital’s vibrancy.
The City at its Best
There’s nowhere like DC in April. The National Cherry Blossom Festival sets the stage for gorgeous views of the national monuments, pristine weather, and millions of visitors from around the world. Catch the Nationals’ home opener, the Smithsonian’s annual jazz festival, or enjoy a view of the National Mall from the dome of the Capitol.