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SI’s participation in the event extends to a pair of presentations on the CxEnergy Technical Program. Dewayne Collins of Siemens will offer “Evolution of MBCx in an IOT Enabled Environment,” and be part of a trio of speakers on “How Monitoring-Based Commissioning Changes the Cx Business Model.” Siemens is a member of CxEnergy co-presenter the Energy Management Association.
CxEnergy 2020 is being held April 6-9, at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront in San Diego. Attendees earn AIA and other industry certification continuing education credits for presentations that include case studies and topics in commissioning and energy management, updates on ASHRAE 90.1 and California Energy Code Title 24, cybersecurity for energy managers and implementing sustainability and energy plans. New this year is “HyperScale Data Center Commissioning and Construction.” This two-hour session will bring together experts from Google, Facebook and Microsoft with Cx providers and contractors for a discussion on commissioning facilities. Also new this year, in partnership with the Uptime Institute, is a full-day seminar titled “Introduction Mission Critical Environments.”
The CxEnergy Expo Hall showcases a variety of products including controls, software, instruments, metering devices and services targeted specifically to commissioning, energy management, engineering and testing firms.
CxEnergy offers pre-conference workshops and seminars such as AABC’s TAB & Cx Seminar for CxAs, Engineers, & TAB Professionals, certification exams for Certified Commissioning Authority (CxA) and Energy Management Professional (EMP).
CxEnergy features several networking events that connect commissioning providers, energy managers, MEP engineers, and HVAC testing professionals with manufacturers and building and facility owners/operators. The networking agenda this year includes the Energy Management Association Golf Tournament at the nearby Steele Canyon Golf Course. Attendee registration and event information updates are available at CxEnergy.com. The event this year will also feature a pair of site tours at the San Diego International Airport and the University of California, San Diego Utility Plant.