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Register to attend the premier energy industry conference that draws the top program managers, policy makers, implementers, marketers, evaluators, consultants and vendors in energy efficiency. Highly regarded experts in their respective fields will lead over 30 sessions that will cover the range of current topics in marketing, tools and technology, implementation, program design, research, evaluation and more.
Whether learning or networking is your priority, you’ll get to experience the best of both with an agenda that balances top notch educational sessions and pre-conference training courses with valuable networking events.
AESP will kick-off our National Conference with optional pre-conference training courses*, the utility-only roundtable, an evening reception and a new professionals event all on the first day! Following will be three days of speaker presentations, panel discussions, interactive roundtables, poster sessions and networking events.
Register for the conference that equips you with all the latest information and connections to be effective and successful!
Monday, February 13
UtilitiesConnect 4:00 - 5:30 PM
Evening Reception 5:30 - 7:00 PM
New Professionals Event 7:15 - 8:15 PM
Tuesday, February 14
Sessions 8:15 AM - 5:00 PM
Evening Reception 5:00 - 6:30 PM
Wednesday, February 15
Sessions 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Special Evening Reception 5:30 - 7:30 PM
Thursday, February 16
Sessions 9 AM - Noon
Closing Plenary and Lunch Noon - 2 PM
Training courses, chapter or t/c meetings, breakfast, lunch & break times are not displayed. View the agenda for details.
Conference Rates (USD):
Speakers, Moderators, Board Members & T/C Chairs: $600
Full-time student: $300***
3 Member Special: Register 3 active AESP members at the same time for $3350 - Offer expires Jan 16, 2017
Early registration will expire on January 16, 2017. After January 16 member rates are $1395 or 9 points and non-member rates are $1595 per person.
If you are an active group member and would like to register using points, email email@example.com
*** Student registrants must email/fax their school id and class schedule to firstname.lastname@example.org or (480) 704-5905.
If you need to be invoiced for this transaction, simply complete this form and fax it to Shannon at (480) 704-5905.
Loews Royal Pacific Hotel - 6300 Hollywood Way, Orlando, FL 32819 - (407) 503-3000
The room block is open until (Date) or until it is full. Reserve your room at the Loews online: https://uo.loewshotels.com/en/Royal-Pacific-Resort/GroupPages/AESP or by telephone.
AESP does not use a housing management firm.
Pre-conference Training Courses *
February 13, 2017
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Fee: $575.00 USD*
Build It and They Will Come – Program Planning, Design & Implementation
Trainer: Charley Budd, CB&I
Earn .5 CEUs
This hands-on course covers a variety of program implementation and program management topics such as program operational processes, developing Requests for Proposals and contractor selection, using program tracking data and understanding evaluators. The course includes several modules that begin with a high level overview and transition to group exercises that dive into the details, data and issues that program implementers face every day. Participants will review and use program operations manuals, program tracking data, and program documentation to solve practical and common problems, and to simulate common program management issues. Class discussions will draw out useful insights and experiences from participants. Instructors are experienced in the real world successes and failures of program management at utilities and consulting firms. This course is designed for the DSM professional with at least 2-3 years of DSM program experience.
Critical Thinking – Enhance your skills for decision making, leadership and communications
Trainer: Jim Walters, Power of Learning
This workshop is founded on an understanding that leading business today requires the ability to bridge differing opinions, ask crucial questions, and having the know-how to overcome territorial domains; without it poor decisions almost always result. Indeed, the ability to think logically and comprehensively to evaluate a situation (critical thinking) is vital for optimum decision-making. Key areas of focus include learning, bias, reasoning, questioning, fallacy, the process of critical thinking based on the work of The Foundation for Critical Thinking, and intellectual growth. The workshop is presented in an engaging and fun manner in order for participants to increase their thinking awareness as the first step to sharpening their thinking skills. It is akin to the baseball player asking Why do I have to keep my eye on the ball? I have already done that once. If we are not aware of our thinking, we have no chance of improving it. The overarching goal of this workshop is to provide the motivation for participants to become less self-centered and more fair-minded thinkers.
Participants can expect to:
• Enrich their personal and work life significantly
• Know how to elevate their thinking
• Know how to correct error at every level of the organization.
Cancellations received by 1/16/17 will receive a refund minus a $200 processing fee. If using Points, there will be a 1 Point cancellation fee.
Cancellations received after 1/16/17 and no shows will not receive a refund (cash or Points). AESP reserves the right to cancel a training course at any time with reasonable notice given to all participants. If a program is canceled, refunds will be paid in full for training course canceled or you may reschedule attendance in the next available training course. In the event of a cancellation, AESP is not responsible for non-refundable airfares, other airfare penalties, or travel charges you may incur.