Question # 6 - Did you have a highlight to share i.e. best exhibit,
- thank you!
But I thought everything was well organized
presentations were too product based and migrated away from
the core of WAEE. I would like to have learned more about current
those from 20 years ago.
a personal standpoint, of course the opportunity to present
to a large group was definitely the highlight.
simple Hvac tasks to effeiency
hydrogen presentation was most interesting.
interesting having the Lt. Governor speak
speaker Jeff Miller was great for this event. He got 10
questions and 3 requests to speak at other venues.
speaker options this year - too many to choose from. I
recommend pairing it down so there are only 3-4 choices per breakout
breakfast vendor/presentor quick intros
liked the opening quick hit presentations so i could gauge
what sessions to attend
exhibit: Schneider Electric, Best Presentation: Faith Power
family facility was great. Need better layout of booths
Power presentation on hydrogen as a fuel
Question #7 - Is there a speaker (topic) or exhibitor you would like us
to invite for next year?
think that the organizers do a great job of their
technology work for you, feasibility of better buildings
and sustainable projects
means of more and better energy conservation deserves
you've provided a good mix. Perhaps some sales/marketing
might be something to consider.
the variation of topics included this year.
keynote speaker form 2018 was excellent. Him or someone
similar would be a draw.
Member to discuss policy
Wisconsin's statewide loads and generating capacity
power quality on power effifiency and capital costs
plug power and more on hydrogen
Responses Question #9 - If it were your choice to select a venue for
next year between West Bend Mutual or American Family your choice would
- Monona Terrace or Alliant
Center (maybe pricey however)
- Uline, Harley Museum
- I like the extra space in
though eating area was small.
- Good idea to alternate
- a conference venue with
and space for trade show
- Miller Park
Responses Question # 10 Did you
away from the Expo with any "actionable ideas" ?
being my 1st Expo, I was satisfied with everything.
the ideas were familiar or too similar to other conferences that I have
attended. I really enjoyed he sustainability panel that you guys did
like to see the presentations be more case-study "real-life" examples
- CURRENT. The expo was a good size and the vendors did a nice job.
up with questions from attendees
better understand alternatives to compressed air.
of directly actionable activity was direct follow-up with
definitely follow up with some contacts
helpful ideas from the expo
information that may be implemented.
have one suggestion for the expo. Because of so many great presenters,
be worth while, in my opinion, to record the presentations so that
view them at a later date. It was tough choosing between some of them
recording would allow me to learn from both.
3 new project leads for Focus on Energy, 3+ new trade allies, shareable
info for my engineering group, and request by UW-P to speak to
pool energy efficiency ideas
Efficiency as a Service!
with an exhibitor
more involved with WAEE by attending monthly events, become a member
made a few good connections I will use going forward
we learned a lot from our attendees and we cultivated several new leads
some great marketing ideas
and lunch did not flow well
differentiate "Sponsors vs Partners" and share w/ WAEE
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