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2014 Energy Forum was Caltech's Biggest Yet!

 

Attendees from Across Sectors Came Together with Common Goal of Effectively Managing Building Energy Resources

Hosted Caltech Facilities for the fourth year in a row, the Caltech Energy Forum was our most successful yet with the theme "MAKING BIG DATA WORK.” It was an all day event hosted at the Caltech Athenaeum featuring six sessions and an interactive “Speed DATA’ing” lunch session.

One hundred fifty people attended from a variety of sectors including education, entertainment, healthcare, architecture, engineering, construction, real estate and energy service provider industries. The  common goal was effectively managing resources for critical facilities, whether a lab, a hospital room or a movie studio.

The Forum is a unique opportunity to collaborate & share best practices across multiple markets in support of efficient operation of best in class facilities. 

AM Keynote

Mark Jewell

Efficiency Sales Professional Institute, Founder & President

Mark Jewell has 30 years experience in energy efficiency and commercial real estate. He is a co-founder of the Efficiency Sales Professional Institute and the author of Selling Energy: Inspiring Ideas That Get More Projects Approved! – a collection of more than 80 short essays on what it really takes to get people to say “Yes!” to energy projects. His keynote highlighted how to identify, quantify and monetize benefits beyond utility savings and rebates. 

PM Keynote

Darrell Smith

Microsoft, Director of Worldwide Energy and Building Technology

Darrell Smith has 17 years of industry experience in facility management, data center operations, energy management, and manufacturing engineering. He oversees Microsoft's energy strategy for 560 sites around the world totaling 30 million square feet. His use of innovative IT applications at Microsoft's HQ campus have helped Microsoft quietly build the city of the future. Darrell shared lessons learned on optimizing building performance, improving labor efficiencies, and lowering energy costs.

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