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21st Annual Ohio Energy Management Conference

Complete Agenda

For a complete agenda, with speakers, topics, workshops and times in a PDF format: click here for agenda and brochure.  


Fee includes expert instruction for continuing education credits (including PDH credits for professional engineers, credits for certified energy managers and CLE hours for attorneys), a manual and handouts of all presentations & supplemental written materials, a flash drive of all the PDFs of the written materials for all breakout sessions and workshops, two luncheons, two continental breakfasts, an afternoon refreshment break and a networking reception.
$595 per person.  Significant Savings for Organizations Sending Multiple Attendees ... For 3 to 7 attendees from one organization:  $495 per person. For 8 or more attendees from one organization:  $445 per person.

Continuing Education Credits and Presentation Materials 

Ohio Professional Engineers may claim 10 PDH (Professional Development Hours) for attending this program.   Certified Energy Managers (CEM) may claim 2 credits towards re-certification (10 Contact Hours).  Approval is given by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 10.75 CLE hours for this conference.  

Click here for the presentation materials in PDF format submitted by the keynote and workshop speakers.

Valuable Display & Sponsorship Opportunities

Join the Ohio Chamber of Commerce, Industrial Energy Users - Ohio, FirstEnergy Solutions, AEP Energy, ENGIE, Brakey Energy, Direct Energy, GEM Energy, McNees Wallance & Nurick, Ohio Center for Industrial Energy Efficiency, Ohio Chemistry Technology Council, Ohio Cast Metals Association and the Manufacturers' Education Council and sponsor one of Ohio's premier energy management conferences.   For valuable display & sponsorship opportunities,  please email Mark W. Uher, President, Manufacturers' Education Council at mark@MECseminars.com. 

Location & Overnight Lodging

The Columbus, a Renaissance Hotel, 50 North Third Street (downtown Columbus), Columbus.  Phone 614.228.5050. For overnight lodging on Monday, February 20 and/or Tuesday, February 21, either click here for online reservations or call The Columbus Renaissance at 877.901.6632 (Renaissance Enhanced Group Reservations) or locally at 614.228.5050 and ask for the special Manufacturers’ Education Council's 21st Annual Ohio Energy Management Conference rate of $155 for a standard room with a king bed before Monday, January 23, 2017.  IMPORTANT NOTE:   As of 2.1.17 the Renaissance is almost totally sold out for ovenight lodging.    As an alternative, Residence Inn Columbus Downtown, 36 East Gay Street, Columbus (less than a block away) has a room block of beautiful studio suites for  Monday February 20 and/or Tuesday, February 21 at a rate of $163.00. Complimentary full hot breakfast buffet and internet. To make online reservations before Saturday, February 11 click here.  

Rapidly Changing Energy Marketplace

Attend the 21st Annual Ohio Energy Management Conference and receive priceless insights electricity rates in the near future as the transition from coal to natural gas is made.  As always, energy savings opportunities, energy efficiency, emerging technologies to help reduce energy consumption, and how best to take advantage of savings through renewable energy sources will be major components of this annual conference.  Several sessions will share with you the best practices in energy management providing you with valuable insights on effective, efficient & innovative use of energy.   You’ll also obtain valuable information on the numerous financial incentives, grant funding, tax credits for energy efficiency projects, renewable and offset improvements to help your organization get a better return on your investment.    In addition, you’ll receive the latest information on the significant rate developments for AEP Ohio, Duke Energy, DPL & FirstEnergy, shopping opportunities, energy efficiency projects, renewable energy efforts and demand response programs offered by each of the electric utilities operating in Ohio.   

Again, featured at the 2017 Ohio conference is a plethora of best practices and case studies from Ohio companies and their leading-edge initiatives.  Register today for the largest energy management conference in America’s Heartland and reduce your energy costs & take advantage of savings opportunities now!