Restaurateurs interested in becoming more energy efficient can gain access to information and learn about best practices at this year’s EE Global Forum in Washington, D.C.
The event, set for May 12-13 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, will offer guidance on the next generation of energy efficiency and technology as well as networking opportunities with experts in the field. The National Restaurant Association is an endorsing partner of this year’s conference.
“Operating a restaurant today requires operators to use increasingly large amounts of energy, which is both inefficient and expensive to do,” says Laura Abshire, the NRA’s director of sustainability. “With utilities representing between 3 percent and 8 percent of a restaurant’s overall costs, finding ways to conserve energy can lead to lower operating costs and preserving resources. EE Global is looking to help businesses accomplish that goal.”
Learn more about EE Global here.