Many of the nation’s heavy-hitters were in attendance at the Energy Summit held in Washington, D.C. Representatives from Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Energy Information Agency (EIA), and Department of Energy (DOE) delivered forecasts on energy supply, regulations and the future of utilities for tomorrow’s renters.
Apartment owners and managers also led discussions and had questions for the governmental agencies at the event. The gathering focused on those challenges facing the multifamily industry including rising energy costs, growing regulations, and best practices for conservation and cost containment.
The Summit was sponsored by Costa Mesa, Calif.-based NWP Services Corporation in collaboration with the Utility Management Advisory (UMA), a consortium of multifamily professionals who drive successful operations guidance to both policy makers and property owners.