Association of Energy Engineer's Expo Schedule for 2018: GLOBALCON + EMC + WEEC

AEE's industry trade shows (GLOBALCON, West Coast Energy Management Congress, World Energy Engineering Congress) allows you to network with professionals and colleagues in the energy field, get up to speed on the latest energy management strategies and applications, and see the newest technologies first hand. AEE conference/expo events spans the continental U.S., and explore innovations in energy efficient technologies for facilities, renewable and alternative energy, automated building systems, efficient HVAC and lighting systems, energy services, project financing options, solar, and much more.

GLOBALCON - www.globalconevent.com

Decision makers from business, industry and government must now seek integrated energy solutions — solutions which assure both a secure and affordable power supply, and effective management of both energy and overall operational costs. Globalcon, presented by the Association of Energy Engineers, is designed specifically to facilitate those who need to get up to speed on the latest developments in the energy field, explore promising new technologies, compare energy supply options, and learn about innovative and cost-conscious project implementation strategies.
Contact: Ashley Clark, Exhibit Manager 770-279-4392 ashley@aeecenter.org
29th GLOBALCON
March 21-22, 2018
Hynes Convention Center, Hall C
900 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02115
877-393-3393

EMC - www.energyevent.com
The West Coast Energy Management Congress (EMC) is the largest energy conference and technology expo held on the U.S. West specifically for business, industrial and institutional energy users. It brings together the top experts in all areas of the field to help you set a clear, optimum path to energy efficiency, facility optimization and sustainability, as well as innovation solutions to improve your ROI.
You can explore promising new technologies, compare energy supply and alternative energy options, and learn about innovative project implementation strategies. The multi-track conference covers a variety of topics, many specific to the region.
Contact: Matt Streicher, Exhibit Manager 770-279-4386 matt@aeecenter.org
36th WEST COAST ENERGY MANAGEMENT CONGRESS (EMC)
June 20-21, 2018
Washington State Convention Center, Halls A&B
705 Pike Street
Seattle, WA 98101
206-694-5000

WEEC - www.energycongress.com
We invite you to be a part of the nation's largest, most active buying venue for end user energy products and services - the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC).
There's no better opportunity for your sales team to directly reach thousands of top energy management decision makers from throughout the U.S. and abroad. The WEEC expo is attended each year by the nation's leading energy professionals in business, industry, and government who seek the best solutions for all aspects of today's energy cost and supply challenges.
As an exhibitor at the WEEC, you'll meet face to face with key buyers representing the commercial, industrial, institutional, and governmental segments of the energy marketplace. There's no better opportunity for your sales team to directly reach thousands of top energy management decision-makers from throughout the U.S. and abroad.
Contact: Ashley Clark, Exhibit Manager 770-279-4392 ashley@aeecenter.org
41st WORLD ENERGY ENGINEERING CONGRESS (WEEC)
October 17-18, 2018
Charlotte Convention Center, Hall A
501 S. College Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
704-339-6000

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