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Due to the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey throughout Texas, all registration rates for CATEE 2017 – Texas Energy Summit have been extended. Our sincere thoughts & prayers go out to all those who have been impacted by this recent tragedy.

2017 CATEE Conference Registration Fees

Conference Registration Types

Early Registration
EXTENDED! (Ends 09/30/17)

Regular Registration
(Ends 10/31/17)

Late Registration
(Starts 11/01/17)

Individual – Full Conference, Nov. 14-15*

$350

$425

$475

Individual – One Day, Nov. 14** or Nov. 15***

$200

$250

$300

GOV/School/Non-profit – Full Conference, Nov. 14-15*

$250

$350

$400

GOV/School/Non-profit – One Day, Nov. 14** or 15***

$150

$200

$250

ESL Staff – Full Conference, Nov. 14-15*

$275

$275

$275

ESL Staff – One Day, Nov. 14** or Nov. 15***

$150

$150

$150

Student – Full Conference, Nov. 14-15*

$35

$35

$35

Student – One Day, Nov. 14** or Nov. 15***

$25

$25

$25

*FULL Conference Registration includes: all attendee materials, refreshment breaks, lunch, and the Nov. 14th evening reception

**ONE DAY Conference Registration (Nov. 14) includes: all attendee materials, refreshment breaks, lunch, and the Nov. 14th evening reception

***ONE DAY Conference Registration (Nov. 15) includes: all attendee materials, refreshment breaks and lunch

Workshops & Tours: November 13, 2017

8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Continuous Commissioning® Workshop, presented by the Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL)

The trademarked Continuous Commissioning® (CC®) process, developed by the ESL, focuses on the optimization of public, commercial, and institutional building operations. The CC® process is the most complete form of existing building commissioning (EBCx), incorporates and extends the best of EBCx practices, integrates cost effective measures, including operational strategies and processes, as well as cutting-edge tools and technologies developed by the Energy Systems Laboratory. The CC® process has been implemented in hundreds of buildings around the world in various climates.

TEMA – Energy Efficiency for Educational Facilities Workshop, presented by Texas Energy Manager Association (TEMA)

This workshop will include different topics covering:
• learning financing mechanisms and being able to speak to CFOs
• dealing with political constituents
• building relationships with vendors and other departments
• keeping administrators engaged in energy topics, even when costs are low

1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

C-PACE Service Provider Training Workshop, sponsored by Performance Services & moderated by Texas PACE Authority – $60

Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) is an innovative financing program, enabled by local governments, that empowers private sector owners of eligible commercial, industrial, multi-family, agricultural, and non-profit properties to obtain low-cost, long-term financing for water efficiency, energy conservation, distributed generation, and resiliency projects and maintain positive cash flow. This workshop is targeted towards engineers and contractors in the energy/water efficiency and clean energy space, but is open to anyone interested in learning how C-PACE benefits Texas businesses and property owners. The workshop will provide insight into how C-PACE programs are structured in Texas and include topics such as: technical requirements, application process, capital resources, underwriting criteria, and eligible measures.

Technology Driving Energy Efficiency in the Built Environment, sponsored and presented by McKinstry

This workshop will provide city, county administrators, facility managers, energy managers and other public sector officials with some of the latest strategies, methodologies, and benchmarks that lead towards a “best-in-class” 2020 Vision for local government facilities. The facilitators are industry experts who will provide solid research and data, highlight emerging relevant trends and describe some of the latest innovations and best practices. Actual case studies and hands-on examples will be discussed by the panel.

UT Dallas Tour – Campus Transformations in Sustainability

This workshop will provide city, county administrators, facility managers, energy managers and other public sector officials with some of the latest strategies, methodologies, and benchmarks that lead towards a “best-in-class” 2020 Vision for local government facilities. The facilitators are industry experts who will provide solid research and data, highlight emerging relevant trends and describe some of the latest innovations and best practices. Actual case studies and hands-on examples will be discussed by the panel.

Click here to register! Click here to apply for the SECO scholarship!

For any questions regarding registration, please contact CATEE Conference Manager Angie Rowell at arowell@tamu.edu or at 979.458.3437.


Special thank you to our Marketing Partners:

                                

  • Host

    • Energy Systems Laboratory
  • Co-Host and Platinum Sponsor

    • State Energy Conservation Office
  • Co-Host

    • North Central Texas Council of Governments
  • Platinum Sponsor

    • METCO Engineering
  • Bronze Sponsors

    • Command Commissioning
    • NetworkThermostat
  • Energy Champion Sponsors

    • Axium Solar
    • McKinstry
    • Performance Services
  • Exhibitors

    • Electric Transmission Texas
    • Facility Solutions Group
    • MP2 Energy
    • Powerfoam Insulation
    • System Performance Technologies LLC
    • UNT Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering