Regional Energy Codes Conference This Fall in Omaha, NE – Join us as a sponsor, exhibitor and attendee!
The Nebraska Energy Office and its partners invite you to the 2012 Great Plains Energy Codes Conference, October 16-18, at the Marriott in Regency Plaza, in Omaha, Nebraska. Exhibitor and Sponsorship Opportunities Available!
This two-day conference will feature tracks focused on compliance and advocacy, commercial building design, residential building design, and value and practical applications related to the 2009 and proposed 2012 energy codes. Sessions will be interactive and content will educate stakeholders on the “how to” of code adoption and enforcement as well as the importance of energy codes, how they impact states and local code jurisdictions – financially and structurally – so they can achieve compliance with the International Energy Conservation Codes.
AUDIENCE: This is the only industry conference and expo held in the Great Plains region designed exclusively for professionals impacted by the implementation of the recent and forthcoming energy efficiency codes. Connect with the 300+ related professionals from the central states and across the country looking for energy efficiency education and certification training credits, networking and exposure to innovations and solutions for professional and consumer products and services supporting code regulations. Attendees will include:
- code officials and inspectors
- architects and engineers
- builders and contractors
- energy providers
- government agencies
- policy makers
- HVAC professionals
- realtors and brokers
- manufacturers and suppliers
- regulators and decision maker
David Karmol is Vice President for Federal and External Relations at the International Code Council. He has responsibility for managing the Code Council’s relationships with Congress, Federal agencies, and outside organizations. Prior to joining the Code Council, Mr. Karmol was the Standards Advisor to Iraq, stationed at U.S. Embassy Baghdad, detailed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, Department of Commerce. He previously served as Vice President, Public Policy and Government Affairs at the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and has held several positions in the federal government. He was an elected member of the Ohio General Assembly before residing in Washington. Mr. Karmol is an attorney, licensed to practice law in Ohio, Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Kym Carey, Code Deployment Project Manager for the U.S. Department of Energy will also join us as a keynote speaker. More information about her and her presentation and other speakers along with the conference agenda will be posted on the event website as they are available.
Attached you will find the Exhibitor and Sponsor opportunities brochure and the draft Agenda. To access the sponsor and exhibitor registration forms: click on Sponsorship Commitment or Exhibitor Booth Reservation bars identified and located at the bottom of the brochure pages. Additional information is available on the event website: http://www.neo.ne.gov/
Don’t miss this opportunity! Feel free to contact me directly by at 402-873-4027 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. On behalf of the Nebraska Energy Office and our partnering sponsors, we hope you join us at this first regional, multi-state energy codes event this fall!