Be Efficient And Resilient – This motto resonates across DOE, the federal government, and the private sector, as all parties strive to support Administration’s goals and ensure Federal agency missions through optimized federal operations and replicable cost effective and resilient projects.

This 3-day training, trade show, and peer networking event takes place August 20 – 22, 2019 in the Colorado Convention Center. It features nearly 120 unique training session, 13 technical tracks, over a dozen high profile plenary speakers and endless opportunities to develop professional skills and interact with the larger federal energy/water management community.

Come to Energy Exchange 2019 to Support:

Agency Goals

Energy Exchange 2019 serves as a platform for agency leadership engagement to outline priorities to staff and stakeholders.

Attend agency-specific meetings and policy update sessions, including White House priorities and leadership roundtables.

Mission Readiness

Agencies coordinate across federal government on integrated portfolio planning, cost-effective operations, cost and waste reduction, and advanced technologies and resilient projects.

Hands on Peer-to-Peer Learning and Collaboration with Solution Providers.

Workforce Development

Energy Exchange 2019 provides accredited training for continuing education, professional certification retention, and future-focused skills training.

Cross-training sessions tackle the evolving and dynamic nature of energy and water management.

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The U.S. Department of Energy continues to help provide support and services to all sectors of the energy management community, helping advance and secure America's energy future.

Visit the FEMP website for more access to training or technical assistance from FEMP.

Technical Training and Continuing Education Units are offered in conjunction with the Whole Building Design Guide. Visit the WBDG website for more information about continuing education and applying the most recent design techniques and technologies.

Have questions about this year's event? Want to know about Energy Exchange 2019? Contact the Energy Exchange mailbox today: EnergyExchangeInfo@ee.doe.gov.

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2018 Energy Exchange Quick Stats

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