NAFEM Hosts Regulatory Meetings

It’s a busy time for NAFEM next week in the nation’s capital.

On October 31, the association will host a stand-alone roundtable to discuss agency regulatory reform. Agency officials from Energy Department, the EPA and the SBA Office of Advocacy have been invited to join all NAFEM members at the meeting, slated for 1-3 p.m. at Barnes & Thornburg, 1717 Pennsylvania Ave. NW., Suite 500, Washington, D.C.

The following day, November 1, will see two meetings at ICF, 1725 I “Eye” Street, NW. NAFEM’s Data Protocol Subcommittee will convene from 8-10 a.m; the meeting includes a presentation from Joe Hagerman, project lead of the DOE Building Technologies Office Connected Buildings Project.

Following that meeting, the Technical Liaison Committee will convene from 10:30 a.m.- 2 p.m.



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