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Indiana Chamber of Commerce Hosts Conference on Energy Management

As speculation rises regarding the readiness of the state and nation for increasing temperatures and escalating energy costs and demands, professionals from many industries will have an opportunity to get ahead of potential challenges with an upcoming seminar.

The 2022 Indiana Conference on Energy Management, which will be hosted by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce July 26 at the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis, will cover the status of energy in Indiana, what the future may hold and what businesses, municipalities and organizations can do to prepare.

Topics on the day-long agenda include pipeline cybersecurity compliance, electric vehicles, demand response services for plant managers, making buildings and facilities “energy smart,” industrial batteries, industrial Internet of Things, ISO 50001, corporate climate strategies and more.

“There’s no better time for manufacturers and employers of all stripes to learn the latest on energy management challenges – and opportunities,” explains Indiana Chamber President and CEO Kevin Brinegar. “The event also affords valuable networking with other professionals in the field and offers various continuing education credits.”

Admission is $449 for Indiana Chamber members, $549 for non-members and $299 for government/non-profit employees. If an organization sends two or more employees, it’s eligible for a 20% discount.

Registration and event information is available at www.indianachamber.com/conferences or you can register by phone at (800) 824-6885.

The conference is supported by platinum sponsor AES Indiana and silver sponsors: Center for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame (ND Energy); Citizens Energy Group; Cummins, Inc.; England Power Solutions; Harvest Solar; NIPSCO; and USIC.