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Our Future Facilities & Power Summit connects Solution Providers with Corporate Directors of Sustainability, Continuous Improvement, Supply Chain, Engineering and Facilities who are responsible for Power Generation, Sustainability, Operational Intelligence and Energy Efficiency for Commercial, Light Industrial, Institutional, HealthCare and Retail facilities from fortune 500 & 1000 Corporations. This Summit is designed to bring together companies that offer the best solutions for Power Generation, Waste, Recycling,  Zero Emission Buildings, Water Treatment Systems, Water Efficiency, Compressed Air Systems, Distributed Power, Attracting the Right Talent,  Building Automation, Construction, Building Materials, Closing The Envelope, Internet of Things, Renewable Energy, Lighting, BMS Controls, Multi Site Strategies, Enterprise Operations,  Camera & Security Systems and Cyber Security to attendees who are looking to achieve their 2020 Social Corporate Responsibility goals and maximize their best options to achieve operational efficiency, power and security for their facilities.

Speakers

  • Featured Solution Provider

    GE Distributed Power is a global leader in on site power generation solutions. GE’s solutions consist of natural gas reciprocating engines. GE has over 36,000 engines installed and operating worldwide producing ~40 GW of power. Primary application of GE’s engines is to meet on site power, resiliency and thermal needs both economically and sustainably. Additionally, our innovative business models via GE and partners can help mitigate project financing concerns by making energy investments easier for you.

  • Featured Solution Provider

    LG Electronics is transforming today’s digital signage landscape, and making effective solutions that drive business and increase clients’ bottom line. Key innovations include cutting-edge commercial OLEDs, 4K resolution and seamless connectivity: amazing displays of digital signage created with the end-user in mind, and a vital business solution and smart investment.

  • Featured Solution Provider

    EcoStruxure™ Power from Schneider Electric is the future in energy management from the world’s leader in power distribution, delivering safe, reliable, and efficient power for peace of mind and significant financial benefits. This includes a technology stack of best-in-class products and services which embrace the latest in digitization and Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, including connected products, edge control, and apps, analytics, and services. These digitized LV and MV solutions enable enhanced connectivity, real-time operations and smart analytics – tailored to meet specific business needs.

  • Featured Solution Provider

    PowerSecure is a leading provider of innovative energy solutions to electric utilities and their industrial, institutional, and commercial customers. PowerSecure provides energy solutions in the areas of distributed energy infrastructure, energy efficiency, and utility infrastructure. Distributed energy infrastructure solutions include Interactive Distributed Generation® (iDG®), solar energy, fuel cells, energy storage and microgrid solutions. PowerSecure is a pioneer in developing distributed power systems and integration of distributed energy resources in a sophisticated microgrid.

  • Featured Solution Provider

    Green Earth Energy is New England’s leading commercial solar company. By guiding our customers through system design, installation and operation, we help businesses and property owners turn sky-high energy costs into savings. We work every day with the towns, municipalities and utilities that will approve and connect your system. In Connecticut, our status as the largest C-PACE integrator means we know how to streamline project financing. Our projects move rapidly from planning to engineering to installation.

  • Featured Solution Provider

    Daikin Industries, Ltd. (DIL) is a Fortune 1000 company with more than 70,000 employees worldwide, and is recognized as one of the largest HVAC manufacturers in the world. Daikin North America LLC, a member of Daikin Industries, Ltd, and its affiliates manufacture heating and cooling systems for residential, commercial and industrial use and are sold via a select group of independent Representatives and Distributors. Daikin North America’s manufacturing operations include facilities at Houston, TX, Fayetteville, TN, and Dayton, TN.

  • Featured Solution Provider

    ENGIE manages a range of energy businesses in the United States and Canada, including electricity generation and cogeneration, liquefied natural gas (LNG) and natural gas distribution and sales, retail energy sales, and comprehensive services to help customers run their facilities more efficiently and optimize energy use and expense. Nearly 100 percent of the company’s power generation portfolio is low carbon or carbon-free. Globally, the company is present in 70 countries and employs 153,000 people, including 1,000 researchers in 11 R&D centers.

  • MaryAnn Ibeziako, Director of Engineering and Energy

    MaryAnn Ibeziako, was named the Engineering and Energy Director at the University of Maryland College Park in August 2014. She oversees a staff of 28 Engineers and Energy Managers and is responsible for the overall energy program. As Director, MaryAnn provides Facilities Management wide engineering support with regard to design standards, commissioning, energy modeling, and the Utility Master Plan. She provides leadership on behalf of the University at the state level regarding energy related issues and proposed legislation. 

  • Ruby Cruz & Marcus Lewis, Corporate Energy Manager

    The transformation of health system requires efficient organization. To that end NYC Health + Hospitals saved more than 10 percent of energy use in the year 2016, which yielded $21 million in savings from price reductions in the cost of fuel and decreased usage. An important benefit of energy consumption reduction is the accompanying decrease in greenhouse gases. The healthcare system reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 24.14 percent between the year 2007 and 2016, and is on track to meet its goal of reducing greenhouse gasses by 50 percent by 2025. NYC’s department of citywide administrative services has recognized Ruby Cruz, corporate Energy Manager as “Energy Manager of the year” for year 2016.

  • Julie Paquette, Director of Energy Management

    Julie is the Director of Energy Management within the Office of Facilities. In this role, she leads a broad portfolio of initiatives in support of the University’s energy and sustainability goals. Julie has extensive technical experience with high performance building and campus energy systems, and is personally and professionally committed to sustainability innovation, education, and advocacy.

  • David Ohayon, Energy Manager

    David is a leader in Pratt & Whitney’s strategy to reduce its energy usage and carbon footprint at facilities across the world through the identification and implementation of key projects and Best Management Practices. Pratt & Whitney aims to achieve world-class sustainability in its factories, suppliers and products. For factories, this includes recycling, waste management, and reducing water consumption and GHG emissions to meet goals established by its parent corporation, United Technologies.

  • Wendy Gettleman, Vice President of Facilities Management & Real Estate

    Wendy Gettleman is currently employed at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, Massachusetts as Vice President of Facilities Management and Real Estate. In this position, Wendy has oversight of Facilities Maintenance and Operations; Planning, Design and Construction; Real Estate & Energy Management; Facilities Business Services, including General Services and Food Services. In this role, Wendy will drive the Facilities agenda including major capital construction and renovations, pursue continuity of plant operations for all DFCI sites and guide master facility space planning efforts.

  • Stanley Nolan, Director of Utilities & Energy Management

    Stanley is responsible for providing a customer-oriented group, delivering technical, professional and leadership for the day-to-day oversight of utilities. He’s responsible for University-wide energy management, procurement of energy and cost stabilization of the energy budget.
    He contributes to policy development and implementation and for hiring, evaluating, and training all staff engaged in utility operations and energy management. He develops, updates and implements standard operating procedures. He enforces safety initiatives, regulatory requirements, and environmental and sustainability efforts.

  • John Gioioso, Senior Director, Corporate Building Services & Real Estate

    John has been the Senior Director of Corporate Building Operations & Real Estate for Fresenius Medical Care for 20 years, overseeing the Corporate Workplace Portfolio including offices, laboratories, warehouses, call centers, pharmacies and manufacturing locations.
    His leadership roles focus on the project delivery of real estate, design development, construction and building facilities operation functions.

  • Julie Newman, Director of Sustainability

    Julie is an experienced Director Of Sustainability with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. She is a strong community and social services professional skilled in Research, Fundraising, Sustainability, Climate Change, and Grant Writing.

  • Dr. Steven Driver, Global Energy Program Manager

    Steven P. Driver, Ph.D. has over 25 years experience in engineering, project management, systems commissioning, and energy auditing. Having completed numerous energy audits, both National and International, he continues his mission to reduce industry operational cost and climate impact through the use of innovative technologies. As Genzyme’s Energy Program Director, he is responsible for driving a 13,000 metric ton carbon reduction and over $4.9M in energy cost savings over the past four years. Steve assisted Genzyme in meeting their 2007-12 green house emissions goal of 25% early resulting in the EPA Climate Leaders Award.

  • Joby Carlson, Director, Energy & Operations Sustainability

    Joby is responsible for managing the development and execution of Walmart’s enterprise wide sustainability strategies for its own operations includes more than 11,000 facilities and massive trucking fleet worldwide. Joby leads the company’s global policies and approach to addressing climate and emissions, advancing energy efficiency, scaling renewables, improving refrigeration, eliminating solid and organic waste, increasing water stewardship and conserving land and habitat.

Topics

Cybersecurity

  • Network Security Monitoring
  • Data Center & Cloud Security
  • From Products to Platforms
  • Investing in Next-Generation Security
  • New Tactical and Strategic Challenges
  • Compliance and Security Automation Solutions
  • Protecting Web Connectivity
  • Vulnerability Assessment
  • Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)
  • Breach Insurance Protection
  • Enterprise Risk Management Solutions

Building Envelope Solutions

  • Structural Materials
  • Air & Vapor Membranes
  • Roof Retrofitting and Restoration
  • Insulation
  • Radiant heating Solutions
  • Window Solutions
  • Air & Water Filtration
  • Roofing Systems and Waterproofing

Facility Management

  • BIM: Building Information Modeling
  • Water Management and Water Treatment
  • Maintenance & Security
  • Smart Water Management, Washroom Solutions
  • Environment, Health & Safety
  • Painting & Renovation
  • Facility Life Cycle Management

Energy Management

  • Energy Audits
  • Geothermal Energy
  • Energy Procurement
  • Visualization/Energy Visibility
  • District Heating and Cooling
  • Combined Heat and Power
  • Commercial Waste Management
  • Demand Response Programs
  • Smart Grid Technology
  • Smart Water Technologies

Building Automation

  • Data Visualization & Management
  • Internet of Things
  • Building Intelligence Software
  • Advanced Metering
  • Integrated building management
  • Commercial Display Solutions
  • Cable Management
  • Data Governance & Cyber Security

Efficient Retrofits

  • Capital Financing
  • Smart HVAC: Sensors & Controls
  • Modular Chillers & Air Handling
  • Advanced Lighting & Controls
  • Air Quality Management
  • Smart Metering Solutions
  • Moving into the Cloud
  • Financing for Onsite Power

Corporate Real Estate

  • Real Estate ICT
  • Forecasting & Budgeting
  • Advanced Reporting
  • Finance & Risk Management
  • Procurement
  • Human Resources and Office Management

Big Data

  • Advanced Sensor Systems
  • Advanced Metering Infrastructure
  • High-Frequency Overhead
  • Underground Current
  • Voltage Sensors
  • Flexible System Architecture Design
  • Internet of Things
  • Cyber Security

Microgrids

  • Finance, Regulatory & Development
  • Monetizing Microgrids
  • Control Technology
  • Integration of Distributed Microgrid Controls
  • Predictive Controls
  • Smart Meter Data Analysis
  • New Storage Technologies

Labor Management

  • Maximize Workforce Productivity
  • Reduce Hiring Costs and Challenges
  • Minimize Workers'Comp Exposure
  • Control Rising Benefits Costs
  • Reduce SUTA/Unemployment Costs
  • Protect from Labor Legislation

Heat Transfer

  • Once-Through Steam Generators
  • Heat Recovery Steam Generators
  • Simple Cycle Catalyst Systems
  • Fired Heat and Process Heaters
  • Waste Heat Recovery Units

Engineering and Construction

  • Customized Planning
  • Conceptual and Detailed Engineering
  • Construction Management, Startup & Commissioning
  • Program management
  • Asset Optimization
  • Financing & Procurement
  • Environmental Compliance
  • Sustainable Building Energy Systems

Renewables

  • Concentrating Solar Power
  • Biomass Technology
  • Wind Energy Systems and Technologies
  • Geothermal Power, Hydro/Ocean Power
  • Emerging Energy Technologies
  • CHP & Hybrid Power & Energy Systems

Power

  • Power Management for Large Buildings
  • Boilers & Heat Recovery Steam Generators
  • Solar, Wind, Hydro and Geothermal
  • Heat Exchangers, Condensers, Cooling Systems,
  • Steam Turbine-Generators
  • Electric Generators
  • Transformers & Switchgear
  • Electric BOP & Auxiliaries
  • I&C & Digital Controls

Upstream and Midstream

  • Upgrades
  • Pipeline Capacity
  • Robotic Drilling Systems
  • Integrated Models
  • Mobile Client Application

Attendees

  • AstraZeneca R&D Boston
  • Athenahealth
  • BAE Systems
  • Boston Public Schools
  • Boston Scientific
  • CentraState Healthcare
  • City of Meford
  • City of New Bedford
  • Coca-Cola America
  • Costco
  • Dartmouth College
  • East Boston Neighborhood Health Center
  • Eastern Bank Corp.
  • EMD Serono and MilliporeSigma
  • FPL Foods
  • Harvard University
  • Kronos
  • Lockheed Martin
  • L'Oreal
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • MIT
  • MITRE Corp.
  • Nestle
  • Newton-Wellesley Hospital
  • Reliant Medical Group
  • Rockland Trust - Independent Bank Corp.
  • Tufts Health Plan
  • Wayfair
  • Abbott Laboratories
  • A Better City
  • Actuant
  • Alcon
  • Amazon
  • Applied Materials
  • Archer Daniels Midland
  • AstraZeneca R&D Boston
  • Athenahealth
  • Babson College
  • BAE Systems
  • Baxter Healthcare
  • Baystate Medical Center
  • Best Western Hotels
  • Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  • BorgWarner
  • Bostik Inc.
  • Boston Capital
  • Boston Public Schools
  • Boston Scientific
  • Boston University
  • Brooklyn Hospital
  • Butterball
  • Cambridge Public Schools
  • Carrefour SA
  • CentraState Healthcare
  • City of Bethlehem
  • City Of Boston
  • City Of Cambridge
  • City of Medford
  • City of New Bedford
  • City of Worcester
  • Coca-Cola America
  • Coca-Cola Bottling of NNE
  • Cole Haan
  • Cordis Corporation
  • Courtyard Mariott
  • Corning Inc.
  • Costco
  • Country Pure-Foods, Inc
  • Crown Beverage
  • CVS/Caremark
  • Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
  • Dartmouth College
  • Duke University Hospital
  • East Boston Neighborhood Health Center
  • Eastern Bank Corp.
  • EMD Serono and MilliporeSigma
  • Equinix, Inc.
  • Ferro Corporation
  • Flanders Corporation
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Fortune Brands
  • FPL Foods
  • Fresenius Medical Care North America
  • GE Aviation
  • General Dynamics
  • General Mills
  • General Motors
  • Genzyme / Sanofi
  • Gordon Food Service
  • Graftech International Holdings Inc.
  • Hackensack UMC
  • Hakesen Healthcare
  • Harvard University
  • Home Depot
  • Hudson's Bay Company
  • Hyatt Hotels Corporation
  • Holiday Inn
  • International Flavors & Fragrances
  • JP Morgan Asset Managment
  • JTEKT
  • Kamin LLC
  • Kautex
  • Kroger Company
  • Kronos
  • Krueger International
  • Lear Corporation
  • Leggett & Platt
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Logan International Airport
  • L'Oreal
  • Martha's Vineyard Airport
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Methodist Hospital
  • MetLife
  • Metro Group AG
  • Metropolitan Area Planning Council
  • MIT
  • MITRE Corp.
  • Mondelez International
  • Nantucket Memorial Airport
  • Nestle
  • Newton-Wellesley Hospital
  • Noranda Inc.
  • North American Stainless
  • North Shore Community College
  • Northeastern University
  • Novelis
  • OFS Fitel LLC
  • Parker Jewish Institute
  • Pearson
  • Pepsico
  • Plexus Corp
  • PNY Technologies
  • PPG Industries
  • Pratt & Whitney
  • Procter & Gamble
  • Prologis
  • Quad/Graphics
  • Qualitest Pharmaceuticals
  • Ralph Lauren
  • Raytheon Company
  • Reliant Medical Group
  • Roche
  • Rockland Trust - Independent Bank Corp.
  • Sandvik, Inc.
  • Sears
  • Snyders-Lance
  • Sotheby's
  • Staples
  • Sunny Delight Company
  • Target
  • Tesco PLC
  • Tufts Health Plan
  • University of Connecticut
  • UMass Medical School
  • Umass Memorial Medical Center
  • UniFirst Corporation
  • United Technologies Corporation
  • University of Connecticut
  • Vail Resorts
  • Valmont Industries
  • Vitro
  • Wakefern Food Corp
  • Walgreens
  • Walmart
  • Wayfair
  • Wentworth Institute of Technology
  • Weyerhaeuser Corp.
  • WinCup
  • Worcester Regional Airport
  • Wyndham Hotels
  • Yale University

Schedule & Venue

Venue: Double Tree by Hilton Boston North Shore


Schedule

Time Monday
May 14th, 2018
Tuesday
May 15th, 2018
Wednesday
May 16th, 2018
7:00am Round-Table Networking Breakfast Round-Table Networking Breakfast
8:00am Keynote Presentation Keynote Presentation
9:00am Presentations Presentations
10:00am Networking Opportunity: Coffee Break Networking Opportunity: Coffee Break
11:00am Presentations Presentations
12:00pm Round-Table Networking Lunch Round-Table Networking Lunch
1:00pm Presentations Presentations
2:00pm Exhibitor Setup/Registration Presentations Closing Presentation
(Subject to Change)
3:00pm Exhibitor Setup/Registration Networking Opportunity: Coffee Break
3:30pm Exhibitor Setup/Registration Presentations
5:00pm Exhibitor Setup/Registation Cocktail Reception
6:00pm Cocktail Reception
7:00pm New Partnership Networking Dinner
8:00pm New Partnership Networking Dinner
9:00pm New Partnership Networking Dinner

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