Lancaster, Pa. -- Armstrong Flooring will host the 14th annual Energy Conservation Forum at its Lancaster headquarters on Thursday, Nov. 14, from 4 - 8:30 p.m.
The theme for the event is “The Changing Landscape of Energy Production – Meeting the Challenges.” Featured presentations and speakers include: "Integrating Renewable Energy into PJM’s Wholesale Electricity Markets – Challenges in Pricing" by Anthony Giacomoni (senior marketing strategist, PJM Interconnection); "Zero Net Energy Building" by Chris Steuer (sustainability director, Millersville University); "Building Analytics – Maximizing Energy Efficiency" by Kristy Schomaker (Trane); and "Color-Smart Choices to Reduce Energy Consumption" by Armstrong's Amy Costello (sustainability manager).
“This annual event is a valuable opportunity for facilities professionals, engineers and other leaders in business and education to collaborate and learn about best practices to conserve and efficiently manage energy resources,” said Costello. “We look forward to gaining new insights into making buildings more energy-efficient, which is an important focus for the architects, designers, and facility owners we work with each day.”
The event will be held at the headquarter campus of Armstrong Flooring and Armstrong World Industries. Dinner is included in the cost, which is $25 per person ($15 for students). The event is a joint meeting of the Association for Facilities Engineering; American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers; Association of Energy Engineers; and Green Building Council.
For more information, visit afe45.org/encon-forum.