Sunday, October 20, 2019
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Join us for hors d'oeuvres, drinks, and conversation.
Monday, October 21, 2019
Opening Remarks / MAGNOLIA ROOM
Join the ETCC’s Leadership Team for opening remarks from Southern California Edison's Edwin Hornquist, Statewide Lead of California's Electric Emerging Technologies Program.
Trends in Energy Efficiency and Energy Management / MAGNOLIA ROOM
Kick off the summit with our opening keynote panelists as they clear the haze surrounding the future of energy efficiency and energy management, nationally and in California.
Advancing Emerging Technologies in the Public Sector (from Tech to Programs to Policy to Code) / CAMELLIA ROOM
Join a thought-provoking discussion about bringing emerging technologies into the often underserved public sector buildings, including the programs, policies, and codes driving adoption.
Commercial facilities are often the first to adopt innovative multisystem or whole-building solutions for energy efficiency. This panel will discuss technologies and strategies to help customers reduce energy and operating costs.
A panel of industry leaders share their experiences and advice for moving emerging technologies from the idea stage to energy efficiency program inclusion.
Our speakers in this session will share their experiences with innovative technologies in commercial spaces, including dispatchable condenser air precoolers, RTU optimization packages, and software-controlled switch reluctance motors.
In this plenary session, utility staff from outside of California discuss what is driving their energy efficiency work and how they’re adjusting to changes in their territories.
Get an overview of the commercial refrigeration dream team—energy efficiency, low GWP, and low water consumption—and how the supermarket and convenience store industries plan to reduce GHGs.
Customer and Implementer Perspectives on Adoption of Innovation and Emerging Technologies / MAGNOLIA ROOM
Industry leaders talk about successes with implementing emerging technologies in the ever-changing California landscape, such as their experiences with developers, government, and utility companies.
Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Get insights on the future of the built environment and grid interaction for a more sustainable economy, including grid-interactive efficient buildings, distributed energy resources, and adoption of technologies.
This session will present innovative practices in water in the agricultural space from several perspectives, including an industry group, university research, and end-use.
Take a close look at projects built to meet high energy efficiency standards. Our panelists share insights on low-income housing, senior housing, and a grid-integrated ZNE community.
Hear the latest on California incubators from our panel of leading experts as they discuss trends, their experiences, and impressions of the state of the industry.
Our panel showcases what’s next in residential HVAC systems, including cutting-edge research, products, and outcomes from a demonstration of a next-gen space conditioner.
NMEC is a powerful new tool in the M&V toolkit, but it isn’t without its challenges. Join this lively discussion of M&V 2.0—best practices, procedures, approaches, tools, and NMEC implementation.
Learn about emerging technologies with high energy savings in the industrial sector with presentations on low-charge ammonia process chillers, variable speed drives with smart controllers for HPUs, and warm-mix asphalt.
To close the summit, our keynote panelists will provide insight on meeting the state’s 2050 decarbonization goals and discuss opportunities and challenges.