Hot Water Forum is Going Virtual!
Due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Hot Water Forum will now be held virtually over four days (July 21-22, 28-29).
Explore the smartest, most cost-effective ways to improve the efficiency of hot water systems, the second largest energy user in the home. In addition, learn about the intersection between hot water systems and important issues like equity and decarbonization.
At this unique virtual event, with 16 breakout sessions on new programs and ideas, you will hear from industry leaders and fellow professionals in a welcoming community that is passionate about hot water issues in the latest technology, system design, sectors, and programs and policies.
Join us for the only conference that deals exclusively with hot water systems.
This virtual event offers:
Sessions on multifamily hot water systems, grid-connected water heating, and optimal plumbing system design
Presentations exploring how hot water systems fit into city-level policies for greenhouse gas reductions and building electrification
Example utility programs that promote energy-efficient water heating technologies
Networking opportunities with top experts in the hot water industry
Equipment and component manufacturers; water, gas, and electric utilities; local, state, and federal agency personnel; energy efficiency program planners, operators, and evaluators; plumbers and installers; policymakers; NGOs; engineers, and consultants.
Click here to see a list of the organizations that participated in 2019.
Take a look at this short recap of HWF 2019's opening plenary.
If you were registered for the in-person event, that registration will be cancelled and you will receive a full refund.
Plenary Panel: Making Efficient Water Accessible for Everyone
The panelists will approach this subject with three different perspectives: a city policy and planning expert, a low-income utility program administrator, and a plumbing and contracting business owner.
Charles E. "Chip" Greene, President, Greene & Associates, Inc.
Matt Cox, CEO & Founder, Greenlink Analytics