Get Answers to Tough Questions at Our Next E360 Forum
Countless changes over the last few years have left our industry in uncharted waters. Unlike any time in recent history, we’re confronted with a convergence of regulatory motions and market trends that challenge our basic notions of conducting business. This perfect storm is prompting food retailers and foodservice operators alike to rethink long-held market preconceptions, adapt to changing consumer preferences, and prepare for an uncertain future of EPA and DOE compliance.
There are as many questions as there are answers about how we will weather this storm. That’s why Emerson Climate Technologies created its E360 Forums — to facilitate a dialogue that will answer these questions and help shape the future of HVACR. Our next E360 Forum will take place on Thursday, Sept. 3 at The Westin Dallas Fort Worth Airport in Irving, Texas.
This free, daylong event will feature timely keynote addresses and interactive breakout sessions to allow you to engage in these important discussions. The keynote addresses will provide information about the latest trends and rulings, while the breakout sessions will allow you to share your concerns and get answers to the questions that keep you up at night. Here are just a few of the highlights:
- Keynote address: Refrigerant and Energy Regulations Update — As the EPA moves closer to announcing its final rule in refrigerant delisting, Emerson’s Dr. Rajan Rajendran will explain the many potential scenarios and their far reaching implications.
- Breakout session, food retail track: Trends in Refrigeration System Architecture & CO2 — Andre Patenaude and Mitch Knapke will explore the trends in supermarket refrigeration system architecture that are helping cut energy consumption and reduce carbon dioxide equivalents (CO2e).
- Breakout session, foodservice track: Enterprise Management & Communicating Kitchens — Paul Hepperla will lead an informative session on the potential to connect kitchen equipment and enable communication for a variety of benefits.
For more details about E360 Forums, registration information and the complete agenda, please visit our website: EmersonClimate.com/E360. As an industry, we feel it’s important that we address the tough issues head-on today, so that we can collectively create a realistic path for our future. But, to achieve that goal, we need everyone’s contribution. We look forward to you lending your voice to this important dialogue at our E360 Forum in Dallas.