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2022 Hot Water Forum VIRTUAL

March 21 – 23, 2022
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    At this year's virtual 14th Hot Water Forum, ACEEE hosted a record breaking 265 attendees who participated in three days of presentations on what's next in the hot water industry including the latest technologies, policies, and programs that help shape building codes, spur workforce development, advance equity, and address climate goals.  

    ACEEE’s Hot Water Forum is the only national conference focused exclusively on water heating, the second largest use of energy in residential and multifamily homes. Attendees had the opportunity to connect with industry leaders, advocates, startups, and other stakeholders as this tight-knit community.

    For more than a decade, the annual forum has brought together a diverse group of equipment and component manufacturers; water, gas, and electric utility professionals; 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 organizations that participated in the 2021 virtual forum.

     

    Testimonials:

    "The ACEEE Hot Water Forum was a great event! I learned more than expected from a variety of presenters. I would recommend the forum to anyone from a newcomer to the topic (like me) to an industry expert. I appreciated the forum's focus on equity as a lens across multiple sessions" -Gina Palino, Climate Resolve

    "Excellent sessions to take a deep dive into technology and marketing trends of the water heating industry, and better understanding of regulations, responses, opinions, etc. from all stakeholders. Great forum!" -Jim Yin, Midea America Corporation

    "The Hot Water Forum is at the forefront of the most meaningful trends in efficiency and decarbonization of hot water production in homes and businesses.!" - Fred Fraisse, Neoperl

    Plenary Panel

    In Hot Water: A Multi-“fauceted” Approach and Divergent Paths to 2050

    Hot Water Forum 2022 Plenary Panel

     


     

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    Steering Committee
    George Chapman
    Energy Solutions
    Megan Ching
    Association for Energy Affordability, Inc.
    Jim Cika
    International Code Council

    Amin Delagah
    TRC Companies, Inc.

    Bouba Dieme
    Consortium for Energy Efficiency
    Karen Fenaughty
    Florida Solar Energy Center, University of Central Florida
    Ruth Georges
    Eversource Energy
    Paul Glanville
    Gas Technology Institute
    Kyle Gluesenkamp
    Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    Bill Hosken
    A.O. Smith
    Kim Katz
    Consortium for Energy Efficiency
    Maggie Kelley Riggins
    Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance
    Gary Klein
    Gary Klein Associates
    Ben Larson
    Larson Energy Research
    Christoph Lohr
    International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials
    Jim Lutz
    Hot Water Research
    Tania Ullah
    National Institute of Standards and Technology
    Larry Weingarten
    Consultant
    Geoff Wickes
    Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance
    Aaron Winer
    Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance
     

     

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