Presented by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), the 2021 Virtual Hot Water Forum will be held on March 10–11 and March 17–18. Attendees will gain access to sessions ranging in efficient hot water-related topics including design strategies, marketing techniques, and health considerations. New technologies and tools hitting the market to help reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions will also be featured. New to 2021 will be the opportunity to watch demonstrations on the latest products, technologies, and system designs. Participants will also be able to network with industry experts in a community dedicated to cutting wasted energy in the hot water sector.
This year’s virtual event will be presented over four half days and will cover the following topics:
- Commercial and multifamily hot water systems
- Greenhouse gas reduction
- Heat pump water heater policies and technologies
- Hot water pipe system design
- Legionella and pathogens
- Natural gas advances
- Plumber and installer perspectives
- Smart, grid-connected water heating
- And more
The early bird rate of $385 is available until February 19, and registration is open at aceee.org/2021-hot-water-forum.