PORTLAND, Maine, January 23, 2024 — Smart Energy Decisions (SED), the first web-based information resource dedicated to addressing the information needs of large power customers, today announced the conference program for Net Zero Forum Spring, to be held this February 26-28 in The Woodlands, TX.
“With a variety of key topics, engaging formats, and experienced speakers, Net Zero Forum Spring will deliver critical insights and opportunities for energy and sustainability professionals seeking knowledge and connections,” said Debra Chanil, Director of Editorial and Research at Smart Energy Decisions.
Educational sessions will span energy efficiency, decarbonization strategies, and cutting-edge technologies to support the zero-carbon future in addition to audience-submitted topics via Q&A sessions. Highlights include:
A special spotlight session, “Thriving in a Water-Stressed World,” will be presented by Matt Howard, Vice President of Water Stewardship at The Water Council—an Industry Trade Ally Partner for Net Zero Forum Spring. “There is a water crisis every day somewhere on this planet disrupting company operations or derailing supply chains,” said Howard. “At the Net Zero Forum, we’ll help companies learn how to build water stewardship best practices into their operations now so that their business is resilient in the face of climate disruptions.”
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