2016 Agenda

Learn more about the five conference tracks:

Energy Pivot for Businesses

Best for: Director-level and above in operations, energy, sustainability, engineering, or finance

Gain a clear understanding of what a best practice approach to enterprise-wide energy management looks like amidst a rapidly changing landscape. Learn how industry leaders manage energy, and pinpoint changes you can make to your enterprise’s approach.

Energy Champions

Best for: Individual contributor and above in energy or sustainability

Glean insights from energy practitioners who’ve successfully implemented big ROI projects, discover new ways to unlock savings and efficiency with your facilities’ energy data, and get tools for overcoming organizational barriers to better energy management.

Energy Pivot for Utilities & Retailers [Invite Only]

Best for: Manager-level and above in DSM programs, product development, key accounts, and customer strategy

Designed specifically for energy service providers, this track will help you hone your knowledge of industry trends, customer needs and expectations, and available opportunities to deliver an experience that enhances your business customer relationships.

EnerNOC University

Best for: Users of EnerNOC’s energy intelligence software or those that are interested in learning more about the application

Dive into EnerNOC’s energy intelligence software with on-demand product demos, training sessions, and informational seminars designed for both EnerNOC customers and those interested in learning more about deploying EnerNOC’s software.

Industry Roundtables

Best for: Individual contributor and above in operations, energy, sustainability, engineering, or finance

The most valuable learning moments often happen outside of the breakout sessions. Meet with your industry peers for casual conversations about best practices, where big projects failed, and what tactics energy managers are using to face the unique challenges in their industry.


Earn LEED Continuing Education Credits

EnergySMART has been approved by the USGBC for 7 general CE hours towards the LEED Credential Maintenance Program. After attending the conference, self-report your CE hours on usgbc.org and reference the conference number 0920007592. Eligible sessions are marked with an asterisk (*) below and are worth 0.5 general CE hours each.

Monday, April 4th
EnerNOC University
1:00–7:00pm Registration
2:00–2:40pm EnerNOC Overview
3:00–3:40pm SMART Bar Live!
4:00–4:40pm Panel: Hear From Your Peers
5:00–7:00pm Welcome Reception and Book Signing with Andrew Winston

Tuesday, April 5th
Energy Pivot for Businesses Energy Champions Energy Pivot for Utilities & Retailers EnerNOC University Industry Roundtables
7:45–5pm Registration
7:45–8:45am Breakfast
9:00–9:10am Setting the Stage: Energy As Your Next Competitive Advantage
9:10–9:45am Morning Keynote: Andrew Winston, “Big Pivot: Radically Practical Strategies for a Hotter, Scarcer, More Open World”
10:00–10:40am Making the Energy Pivot: Emerging Practices for Transforming Your Organization’s Approach to Energy*
The U.S. Postal Service – Reducing our Impact on the Environment*
Big Pivot: The Utility-Customer Relationship
Managing and Tracking Your Energy Goals
Education Roundtable
11:00–11:40am Take Action Now: 5 Steps to Integrate Energy Management Into The Fabric of Your Organization*
Lessons Learned from Navigating the Utility Incentive Process*
Engaging Customers in a Lower-Carbon Grid
Introducing Project Manager
Commercial Real Estate Roundtable
12:00–1:00pm Lunch
1:20–2:00pm Afternoon Keynote: Daniel Pink, “The Cascade Effect: How Small Wins Can Transform Your Organization”
2:20–3:00pm Achieve Maximum Impact when Deploying New Technologies*
Getting Started with Energy Management*
Key Accounts 2.0: What C&I Customers Want
Deconstructing How You Buy Energy
Government Roundtable
3:20–4:00pm The Transparency Imperative: Preparing for the Next Era of Stakeholder Reporting*
Closing the Benchmark Gap with Energy Efficiency*
Framing the SME Opportunity
Facility Optimization
Heavy Industrial Roundtable
4:20–5:00pm Panel: Q&A with Those Who are Walking the Walk*
Implementing the Living Lab: Lessons in Procurement and Installation*
Big Takeaways from Small Customers
How to Tackle Environmental Reporting with EIS
5:30–9:00pm Networking Dinner at the Sunset Room

Wednesday, April 6th
Energy Pivot for Businesses Energy Champions Energy Pivot for Utilities & Retailers EnerNOC University Industry Roundtables
7:45–12pm Registration
7:15–8:30am Women in Energy Panel & Breakfast
7:45–8:45am Breakfast
9:00–9:40am Morning Keynote: General Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret.), “How Great Leaders Navigate Change”
9:40–9:45am Energy Innovator Award Presentation
10:00–10:40am The Real Business Value of Sustainability from Recruiting to Improving Your Bottom Line*
Mission Critical: Energy Behavior Change at the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps*
Keeping Today’s Customer Happy Tomorrow
EnerNOC University – The Cliff Notes Version
Manufacturing Roundtable
11:00–11:40am Maturity to Competitive Advantage – What’s the Roadmap?*
Hammering the Anvil*
Plug into Energy Intelligence
An Inside Look at the Future of EIS
Retail Roundtable
12:00–1:00pm Lunch & Ask the Experts Panel