Dayton Green Expo 2018

Date: Tuesday, September 18, 2018

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We are pleased to announce the 13th ANNUAL Dayton Green Expo on Tuesday, September 18, 2018
and invite you to participate as an Exhibitor / Sponsor at this event.

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Dayton Green Expo Agenda At a Glance Heapy Engineering 1 

9:00 AM Registration and Trade Show
9:30-10:30 AM Educational Sessions
10:30-11:30 AM   Trade Show
11:30-1:15 PM SES Awards Keynote Lunch
1:15-2:30 PM Trade Show
2:30-3:30 PM Educational Sessions
3:30-4:30 PM Networking Reception

 Keynote 1

Keynote Panel: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILTY

This panel of Corporate Social Responsibility Leaders will discuss the "WHY?" behind and the "HOW?" Corporations have the responsibility to give back (and do so) in socially/sustainable ways.

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TRACK 1:
Sustainability through Social Enterprises: Opportunities & Dream

A panel of experts from university, economic, business development, and community support services will explore how to advance and empower underserved and underbanked communities to establish revenue generating sustainability related enterprises. Our speakers will share their insights on impact investing for social and environmental good; lessons learned for local initiatives, and funding opportunities for establishing such organization

 

TRACK 2:
Urban Agriculture and the Planning and Redevelopment of the Urban Landscape

The urban parts of our cities are faced with vacant lots, food deserts and the need for quality employment, how can we re-imagine our urban landscapes in a way which integrates quality open space, jobs, economic development and solves the food deserts in our communities.  The panel will discuss how various communities are reinventing their cities and what this might mean for the Miami Valley.

 

TRACK 3:
Creating Resiliency: Design for the Unexpected, Operate as Expected

A panel of built-environment practitioners, including an Owner, Designer and Equipment Manufacturer, will address the crucial topic of Resiliency.  They will collectively, yet from their difference perspectives, delve into the “How?” and “Why?” of Resilient Design and Operation for critical facilities.  They will discuss the value of investigating normally selected equipment and systems for their application in times of climate change and other challenges to effective operations.  They will show how starting with advanced Design thought (and choosing appropriate equipment) an Owner’s resiliency needs can be met while maintaining a sustainability-focused approach to their building operations.

 PM Education Sessions 1

TRACK 1:
Food for All: How Can Social Enterprises Help Close Our Food Gaps

Ranked second in the nation for food hardship among families with children, Dayton is currently faced with a food crisis. A panel of experts from the non-profit, government, faith, academic, and commercial sectors will discuss a variety of approaches the region is taking and could take to build a sustainable community food system in the Miami Valley that provides good food for all. Our speakers will share their insights on investing in local food enterprises for regional economic development, cooperative models designed to fill market gaps, and other social enterprises that are meeting social and economic needs in the community.

 

TRACK 2:
Caring for Nature- Caring for our Youth

Are youth connecting to nature? How can organizations encourage youth to gain health and wellness benefits from nature connections?  Explore the answers with our panelists and hear specific actionable initiatives on sustainable gardening at home, the Miami Valley Leave No Child Inside/DRG’s Connect to Nature Award for Schools and Sites Award, and the Daily Mile initiatives which you can facilitate to make our community happier, healthier and smarter.

 

TRACK 3:
Smart Technologies Integration and State of Ohio Energy Grants

The IoT (Internet of Things) has enabled integration of the multiple systems/equipment used in Buildings, Campuses and Cities to improve communications, monitor and manage energy use, enhance people comfort and boost overall productivity. Smart Technologies Integration (STI) addresses how to use the IoT to develop more efficient and effective means for systems to work together. STI finds synergies and ultimately cost reductions via integrating Smart devices, Smart Systems and Distributed Energy Resources (Renewable and Alternative energy, etc.). Also to be addressed will be the Ohio Development Services Agency’s Energy Efficiency Program.

 

Dayton Green Expo Green Sponsors Heapy Engineering

Lathrop Trotter logo V2 tremco Cummins logo
SAI LOGO w-text BPS VERTIV LOGO LOCK-UP Avocent Liebert 2

 

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Buckeye Power Sales Co., Inc. Lathrop Trotter
BWA South Sherwin-Williams
Cummins Power Generation Stoermer-Anderson, Inc.
Dayton Regional Green Superior Hard Surface Solutions
ENERVEX The Garland Company, Inc.
Epic Metals Tremco Roofing & Building Maintenance
Heapy Engineering Vertiv / Uptime Solutions
Icon Solar

 

Dayton Green Expo Supporting Sponsors Heapy Engineering 1

AIA Columbus Logo JPEG hi-res AIA Indiana 2015 csi logo ASHRAE Dayton
five-rivers-logo PG logo Adequate Wiring

 

 

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