AHR Expo focus: energy, automation and ‘green’

Energy efficiency, building automation and Green building technology will top the lists of many attendees when AHR Expo arrives at the Dallas Convention Center Monday, Jan. 29. More than 1,700 exhibitors are expected to fill the 350,000-square-foot convention center. Features planned for the show include a variety of association-sponsored sessions focusing on energy efficiency and building auto...
By Staff January 1, 2007

Energy efficiency, building automation and Green building technology will top the lists of many attendees when AHR Expo arrives at the Dallas Convention Center Monday, Jan. 29. More than 1,700 exhibitors are expected to fill the 350,000-square-foot convention center.

Features planned for the show include a variety of association-sponsored sessions focusing on energy efficiency and building automation topics, a focus on Green building technology and sessions by the U.S. Green Building Council and a New Product Technology Theater where companies will present brief previews of their latest offerings.

The ASHRAE Learning Institute will offer a series of continuing education courses during the show. Attendees will have the opportunity to earn continuing education units and professional development hours for all courses attended. Courses include four professional development seminars, including one student PDS, and 14 short courses. Each PDS will be held at the Adam’s Mark Hotel; short courses will be held at Dallas Convention Center.

Other highlights of the show will include the recognition of the 2007 AHR Expo Innovation Awards and the Building Automation & Controls Showcase.

The show runs through Wednesday, Jan. 31. The show floor opens each day at 10 a.m. and will remain open until 6 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday. The show closes Wednesday at 4 p.m.

For more information on the 2007 AHR expo, go to www.ahrexpo.com .