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Columbia, MD, United States, 2010/12/09 - Energetics’ client GovEnergy—the federal government’s premier energy management training workshop and trade show—reported that this year’s show, held August 15–18 in Dallas, was the most successful event to date.
The 13th annual event, themed “Blazin’ Trails to Energy Solutions,” attracted more than 4,100 participants and exhibitors. The event featured 128 training sessions and 273 exhibitors showcasing the latest in energy and environmental products and services, and provided federal officials with the technical knowledge and tools to fulfill their energy and greenhouse gas reduction mandates.
Energetics serves as GovEnergy’s Executive Director and Technical Program Coordinator, and executed the winning event with the guidance of GovEnergy’s executive committee.
Energetics employee Leslie Nicholls is the Executive Director of GovEnergy, and says that the show gets bigger and better every year.
“GovEnergy has experienced a consistent annual 20% growth rate over the last three to four years, and our post-event participant survey results have consistently resulted in a 96.4% satisfaction rating,” said Nicholls.
Participants included federal policymakers, facility and energy managers, procurement and contracting officials, and other federal agency members responsible for energy management. The event also drew utility companies, energy services, equipment manufacturers, and other stakeholders involved in the management of federal energy and water use, procurement of renewable power, and utilization of energy efficient products and services.
Energetics is currently planning GovEnergy 2011, which will be held in Cincinnati, Ohio from August 7–10.
Energetics also coordinates the planning and implementation of 15 topic areas (which include over 130 technical sessions and over 250 speakers), designs the agenda, and develops and executes a variety of outreach activities, including the GovEnergy website (govenergy.gov) and marketing materials.
GovEnergy is co-sponsored by seven federal agencies including the U.S. Departments of Energy, Defense, Veterans’ Affairs, Agriculture, and Homeland Security; the General Services Administration; and the Environmental Protection Agency.
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