Healthcare Industry Forum on Energy Efficiency

Explore the Intersection of Healthcare and Energy

 

Out of all the large, energy intensive industries, it’s hard to top healthcare: it’s the country’s largest employer and its facilities rack up an annual energy bill of $6.5 billion. To take a closer look at this sector, which employs 600,000 Pennsylvanians and plays an enormous role in the state’s energy landscape, KEEA has invited some of the most innovative facilities managers, utility representatives, and industry executives to share their insights at KEEA’s Healthcare Industry Forum on Energy Efficiency, slated for March 5 and 6 at the Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center.

This two-day event kicks off with workshops on LEED for Healthcare, Building Operator Certification, and Building System Commissioning, followed by a VIP dinner and keynote address from the Cleveland Clinic’s Jon Utech. The second day features keynote addresses from Michael Savage of PSE&G and Michael Pavelsky of the Sheward Partnership, plus four breakout sessions with three panels each and an all-day exhibitor hall. Early Bird pricing is only available through the end of January, so be sure to check out the event website for the schedule, links to register and sponsor, and information about the sessions and speakers!

 

Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center

Workshops – Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Full-Day Forum – Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Theme: “Saving Energy Saves Money, Saves Lives, and Promotes Sustainability”

Questions? Email Diana Marques at KEEA: dmarques@keealliance.org