So much is involved in planning for a trade show. Among the many decisions show producers and exhibit planners must make is whether to rent or purchase the technology required for a successful show or exhibit booth. When weighing these options, it’s important to consider not only the expense involved in procuring this equipment, but also the time, freight, logistics, and staffing required to set up and break down your own technology.
Energy Exchange 2017
2017-08-15 - 2017-08-17
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The Energy Exchange is an educational and networking forum for those seeking to expand their knowledge of building operations, energy security and management in the federal sector. With more than 350,000 buildings and 600,000 vehicles on the road, the federal government is the nation’s largest energy consumer. Federal agencies have a tremendous opportunity and an obligation to reduce energy, water, and petroleum use, as well as greenhouse gas emissions in their operations. Now in its third year, the Federal Energy Management Program’s Energy Exchange offers 2 ½ days of training and open dialogue, to help federal agencies meet and track their energy-related requirements and goals. The Energy Exchange trade show will feature cutting-edge technologies and services for improving outcomes and reducing costs at project sites.
For information regarding registration and attending the 2017 Exchange visit, http://www.2017energyexchange.com/registration/
For exhibitor information, including the floor plan, prospectus, and booth sales, please visit the site, http://www.2017energyexchange.com/exhibitor/