Read the Latest Issue of District Energy

The 2023 third-quarter issue of District Energy magazine is now available online. Members will also receive the printed magazine via mail. As always, District Energy highlights industry news and innovative work being done by IDEA members in North America and beyond.

In this issue, IDEA's new Chair for 2023-24, Carlyle Coutinho, CEO of Enwave Corp., whose theme for the year ahead, "Go slow to go fast," urges IDEA members to take the time to listen, learn and "sharpen the ax" in preparation for action and collaboration required to accelerate the energy transition. "Working together collectively as the 'IDEA Family' we can realize our net zero intentions," Carlyle writes.
Some additional highlights and features in this issue:
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    CampusEnergy2024 Registration is Now Open!

    Registration for CampusEnergy2024 is now open.

    Taking place at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square, February 20-23, CampusEnergy2024 will feature top-notch content, an exhibit hall packed with the latest technologies, and unparalleled opportunities to connect.

    CampusEnergy2024 is expected to attract more than 1000 attendees, including hundreds of campus physical plant managers who maintain and upgrade the facilities at a college, university, airport or healthcare campus.

    When you join us in San Francisco, you will learn from and meet with district energy colleagues from all over the globe. Haven't attended an IDEA Campus Conference yet and not sure what to expect? Watch the official CampusEnergy2024 video to for insights from past attendees.

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    If you missed it, we encourage you to join us for our latest free webinar, Shipshape: Why Maritime College Graduates Are Ideal Candidates for a Career in District Energy.
    Graduates of Maritime Academies come away with the kinds of hands-on skills that can readily translate into work in the district energy industry. Join our four IDEA Member panelists, all graduates of Maritime Academies, as they discuss how their Maritime Academy experience translated to careers in district energy.
    Panelists include:
    • Kim Garcia, Sales Manager, 2G Energy: Massachusetts Maritime Academy
    • Tim Angerame, COO, Utilivisor: State University of New York Maritime College
    • Jack Griffin, Vice President, Facilities and Buildings, Veolia, North America: United States Merchant Marine Academy
    • Donald Silvia, Regional Vice President, Vicinity Energy: Massachusetts Maritime Academy
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