Important Update

The health, safety, and well being of Energy Exchange 2020 attendees is a top priority for FEMP and DOE Leadership. The Energy Exchange team is actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation as it continues to evolve. We are committed to providing quality training in August 2020. Please visit our COVID-19 webpage for the latest information, including updates on content delivery platforms.

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Empowering Solutions That Work for Federal Agencies

When it comes to energy and water management, efficient-resilient-secure operations are the goal of every federal agency and the mission of the 2020 Energy Exchange. This comprehensive, 3-day training and trade show event helps agencies optimize their facility and fleet operations. With over 100 training sessions in 15 tracks, resource planners and managers can earn CEUs, find technically validated solutions, and engage with agency leadership and private sector exhibitors.

This year’s event takes place in Atlanta from August 11-13 and also includes onsite demonstrations of cutting edge technologies, FEDS Spotlight recognition of the most innovative and successful projects, and opportunities to drive innovation with the help of DOE and FEMP subject matter experts.

It’s all about empowering solutions, mitigating outages, reducing cost and waste, and supporting the missions of all our federal agencies. That’s why you need to attend the 2020 Energy Exchange.

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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.

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