Webinar: Energy Trends and Predictions for 2017

26Jan 2017

What can building managers expect from 2017?

As a busy manager, chances are you don't have time to scan Twitter all day to stay on top of the latest energy news and trends.

With such an overload of information, it's more important than ever to know not only what's going on but what is worth your time and attention in such a dynamic, growing and rapidly evolving industry.

What better moment than the beginning of a brand new year to get a head start?

Join our next webinar featuring a live Q&A session with DEXMA's Research and Development Director Miguel Cruz. 

You'll learn about:

  • The breakthrough FinTech connection to distributed energy: blockchain
  • The untapped market segment that ESCOs have been missing out on
  • IoT, BTM, NZEB, NPEB - hype or hope?

The session is open and free of charge. Register here.

 Webinar     26/01 - 26/01/2017
Moderated by : Sylvain Bosquet

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