August 2–6, 2021
Southland Energy is hosting a booth at the 2021 Energy Exchange, a virtual training event featuring exhibitor booths and live sessions from industry leaders that cover topics regarding the present and future of efficient, resilient, secure, and sustainable energy and water solutions.
Southland Energy’s experts are also participating in live sessions:
The Future High Energy Intensity Facility: Data Centers, Hospitals, and Labs
Monday, August 2, 2021 at 10:30 a.m. |Live Session
Nello Tortora, Director, Federal Programs | Session Lead
High energy intensity facilities such as data centers, hospitals, and laboratories are facing new and emerging challenges to be resilient, efficient, sustainable and secure. The velocity of data growth in combination with today’s cloud-centric environment is driving the development of new and retrofitted data centers seemingly every day. Hospitals and Labs consume many times more energy than an average office building, and while increasing energy efficiency is key to reducing cost and emissions, these facilities must address the future of patient care and research and development. Panelists from government and private sectors will share their perspective on the future of these facility trends and infrastructure.
Efficient, Sustainable, and Resilient DoD Installations
Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 10:30 a.m. | Live Session
Nello Tortora, Director, Federal Programs | Session Lead/Moderator
Mark Vilchuck, Senior Project Developer | Panelist/Speaker
This session will provide information to installation and campus energy managers about the interrelationship between energy efficiency, sustainability and resiliency with examples of “how to” implement the findings of plans and readiness exercises. A panel of experts will describe their experiences with how, after being armed with the results of resilience planning and readiness exercises, can use these plans to operationalize your resilience strategy. This session will focus on strategies which enable transitioning from IEP Vision to Energy Security Reality using proven technology and viable commercial structures. Panelists will present processes, challenges, and best practices learned from actual projects implemented to address resilience, efficiency, and greenhouse gas reduction.
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