In late August, Johnson Controls joined agencies of the federal government and other sustainable energy industry partners in Denver, CO for Energy Exchange 2019, the Department of Energy’s premier event attracting over 2,600 attendees.
The event offered over 100 training sessions on energy topics including federal and state policy, resiliency, technology, financing and management. Energy Exchange also provided a great networking opportunity to learn the latest in energy efficient products and solutions.
Johnson Controls is highly involved at Energy Exchange because it is the gathering place each year where we can meet and network with many of our federal government customers and industry partners. And, the training sessions are extremely valuable.
Mark Wagner, Vice President for Government Relations at Johnson Controls, and BCSE’s Chairman, organized the Policies and Strategies track (T01) at Energy Exchange with eight different training sessions. The sessions included leading officials from the Army, Navy and Air Force, as well as the Departments of Energy, Agriculture and Veterans Affairs, the General Services Administration, the Office of Management and Budget, the White House’s Council on Environmental Quality and the Colorado Energy Office.
Please mark your calendars and join us for Energy Exchange 2020 in Atlanta, August 11, 2020.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Mark Wagner is the Vice President for Government Relations at Johnson Controls and the Chairman of the Business Council for Sustainable Energy's Board of Directors.