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Facilities & Campus Energy Summit

  • Add to Calendar05/02/2023 05/03/2023 Facilities & Campus Energy Summit Roosevelt Strategic Council's 3rd Annual Facilities & Campus Energy Summit will take place this May 3-4, 2023 in National Harbor, Maryland.
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  • Mar 10, 2023

Roosevelt Strategic Council's 3rd Annual Facilities & Campus Energy Summit will take place this May 3-4, 2023 in National Harbor, Maryland.

May 3, 2023 - May 4, 2023

National Harbor , Maryland

The Sunset Room

Early Registration $1090 until March 31st. Standard Registration $1190 after March 31st

May 3 - 4, 2023 |The Sunset Room, National Harbor, Maryland

"Improving Energy Efficiencies and Environmental Sustainability in the Built Environment"

The 3rd Annual Facilities & Campus Energy Summit is designed to provide an interchange of in depth knowledge and serve as a catalyst for collaboration across large built environments that do not necessarily engage one another on a daily basis but all share the common goals of:

Improving strategic planning and technical operations to support decarbonization and electrification, increase overall energy efficiencies, reliability, and resiliency. These sectors include:

Higher Education, Hospitals and Healthcare Systems, Federal Facilities and Life Sciences.

The highly curated two-day agenda offers over 5 senior level panels, 8 plenary sessions (no tracks!), 5 hours of dedicated networking and live technology and solution demonstrations onsite.

2023 Confirmed Speakers Include:

Alejandro Moreno
Acting Assistant Secretary, Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy
U.S. Department of Energy

Donald Moore
Senior Vice President, Real Estate, Facilities and Operations
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Mohamed Attalla
Vice Chancellor for Facilities Planning, Construction and Management
City University of New York (CUNY)

Lisle Hannah
Director, Office of Facilities and
Environmental Quality
U.S. Department of Commerce

Robert Biggio
Senior Vice President,
Facilities & Support Services
Boston Medical Center

Kirk Phillips
Director, Office of Energy Assurance
U.S. Air Force

Kimberly Dowdell
2023 First VP/2024 President-elect, AIA, Principal, HOK

Clayton Mitchell 
Senior Vice President,
Real Estate and Facilities
Jefferson Health

Robert Specter
Executive Vice President, COO
and University Treasurer
Catholic University

Michael Saunders, SES
Portfolio Director, Real Estate,
Logistics, and Operations for PSC
U.S. Health and Human Services

Daniela Shapiro
Managing Director
Hannon Armstrong

Gerry Hamilton
Director Facilities
Energy Management
Stanford University

Paul Camuti 
EVP & Chief Technology, Strategy
and Sustainability Officer
Trane Technologies

Mary Sotos
Program Director, FEMP (Federal Energy Management Program)
U.S. Department of Energy

Tom Nyquist
Executive Director of Engineering & Campus Energy
Princeton University

Dr. Joel R. Carney
Assistant Administrator,
Office of Strategic Infrastructure



Financing, Design and Operational Strategies:

How do we build the business and operational models of new energy efficiency and environmental sustainability projects for our existing buildings, from funding to design, and how do we choose what energy generation and storage systems make sense while meeting key requirements of resilience, power quality and economy?

How do we evolve our strategic Master Planning to support not only energy upgrades to our current buildings but future build that meets our organization’s evolving ESG goals? What partnership models and economic strategies are we looking at?

Current private and public financing mechanisms to support energy efficiency and sustainability projects in your built environment: who’s funding what and how?

Utilizing our data effectively: How are we evolving our overall lifecycle facilities management framework and enterprise resource planning tools? What should a framework include and what tools do we utilize or are exploring to support our tracking and reporting of emissions?


Technologies and Solutions:

Carbon measuring and monitoring tools and techniques including tools to guide decision making towards building reuse and retrofit vs new build

Design and engineering best practices and tools to support economic and functional decision making for facility retrofits, reuse and new build design to meet organization’s energy and environmental goals

Advancements in: Heat Pumps for campuses and large facilities, HVAC and IAQ

Innovations in onsite generation and storage: including integrating EVs, battery storage, building-integrated photovoltaics (PV), microgrids, and more

Digital Solutions / EMS capabilities to support a decarbonized energy future: Making existing buildings “smarter” to help improve energy efficiencies, IAQ, reduce carbon and improve resilience

IT/OT Cyber Security and Control Systems

Energy/Water Nexus: water resource conservation, safety and optimization strategies

…and more!


Gain Education & Insight

For facility and campus energy stakeholders, you will walk away with knowledge gained from our senior-level speakers and attendees to help you improve the efficiency, resiliency and sustainability of your built environment. For industry innovators, you will walk away with a deep understanding of the current challenges, needs, and initiatives across a variety of stakeholders from federal, state, and private sectors, and learn about where you solution or service may be best applied.

Build Partnerships

The Facilities & Campus Energy North America Summit is designed to bring together a variety of stakeholders from across multiple sectors in order to allow to network with and forge partnerships with persons you may not have necessarily had to the opportunity to engage with yet. You will also have the ability discover the latest technologies and trends driving the energy market for facilities and campuses across the Nation during our ample networking time throughout both days.


Share your own insight and knowledge during our interactive sessions. Designed as an interactive ‘Town Hall’ forum, all  attendees are encouraged to engage in dialogue and discussion with each other and the speakers during each session.