ACEEE Hot Water Forum, Atlanta
As climate efforts intensify, the 14th Hot Water Forum will offer a singular look at how water systems can not only save money but also reduce harmful pathogens and building greenhouse gas emissions.
The forum comes at a critical — and promising — time. The emergence of new water heating technologies and the Biden administration’s emphasis on workforce development and building decarbonization are driving fresh opportunities for the hot water industry to meet challenges of greenhouse gas reduction, grid resilience, and equity.
ACEEE’s Hot Water Forum is the only national conference focused exclusively on water heating, the second largest use of energy in residential and multifamily homes. Attendees will have the opportunity to connect with industry leaders, advocates, startups, and other stakeholders as this tight-knit community reconvenes in-person for the first time since 2019.