KING OF PRUSSIA, PA. -- Tozour Energy Systems, Inc., a leading provider of HVAC and building automation systems, is hosting Pathways to Performance, an energy expo on Wednesday, Sept. 22 at its corporate headquarters in King of Prussia, Pa. The free, day-long event allows invited guests to explore the services, tools and technological advancements that can put buildings on a path of higher productivity and energy savings.
Gordon Holness, national president of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) will deliver a keynote address at the culmination of the event. Holness’ theme as president of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers is “Sustaining Our Future by Rebuilding Our Past.” His charge addresses energy efficiency in existing buildings.
The expo will feature industry speakers, case studies, discussion panels and building tours of Tozour’s new corporate headquarters, currently being tracked for LEED certification. More than 17 of Tozour’s product partners will be onsite exhibiting the latest equipment and technology. Guests are invited to attend the morning session, afternoon session, or stay for the entire day. Each session is eligible for professional development hours (PDH) and a certificate of completion will be provided to those completing the course. In addition to Holness, featured speakers and topics for the day include:
Heat Recovery System: Princeton University’s Case Study
Ted Borer, P.E., CEM, LEED AP, Princeton University’s energy plant manager
Panel Discussion: “Proactive Energy Strategies in a Changing Environment”
Fred Dougherty, vice president of portfolio technologies, Liberty Property Trust
Frank E. DiCola, P.E., president, DCO Energy
Robert J. Voth, P.E., LEED AP, executive vice president, PHY engineers
Ray Johnson (Panel Moderator), P.E., LEED AP, director, energy engineering and operations, Tozour Energy Services
Financial Impact of Peak Shaving: 1500 Walnut Street’s Case Study
Kevin Keenan, P.E., M.B.A., CEM, LEED AP, energy product development, Tozour Energy Services
Gene O’Donnell, building manager, 1500 Walnut
“We are excited to debut our new corporate headquarters and host the Pathways to Performance Expo for our industry peers,” said Kevin Duffy, CEM, president of Tozour Energy Systems. “All of our esteemed speakers bring a diverse portfolio of industry knowledge and experience, and the expo will be a great opportunity to have a dialogue with leaders in our field.”
For more information about Tozour Energy Systems, the Pathways to Performance Expo and featured speakers, please visit www.tozourenergysystems.com/expo.