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Three new workshops will kick off Smart Cities Week; don't miss them



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Pre-Conference Workshops

Smart Cities Week offers three topic-specific workshops hosted by the Smart Cities Council. Join us to gain new insights and move your city or utility to a path of success.

The workshops will take place on Tuesday, October 3, the day before the regular program begins and are included in the conference fees.

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Workshop for Cities - How to Complete Your 2018 Readiness Challenge Application
This workshop is open to North American local and state government officials only. It will feature a detailed review of the application, benefits, and award process. Smart Cities Council Partners will also be on hand to mentor cities on their applications.

Leader: Stuart Cowan, Chief Scientist, Smart Cities Council

Smart Energy Analytics for Cities
In the U.S. buildings consume up to 75% of the primary energy use for cities. This workshop will showcase research done at the U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratories focusing on data, tools, analytics, and case studies that demonstrate how technologies drive smarter energy usage. The workshop is based on real projects from the DOE labs that involve collaborating with U.S. cities on energy, sustainability, and resiliency.

Leaders:
• Mary Ann Piette, Senior Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
• Andrew Burr, Policy Advisor, U.S. Department of Energy’s Building Technologies Office
• Ben Polly, Senior Research Engineer, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
• Dr. Ralph T. Muehleisen, Principal Building Scientist, Argonne National Laboratory
• Dr. Joshua New, Computer Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

The Code for Smart Communities Workshop
This workshop will focus on the Code for Smart Communities, a critical resource being developed to help shape the planning, delivery and management of development projects at a district and community scale. The objective of the Code is to establish a common language for government, private sector, and community stakeholders on the definition and scope of a smart community and provide guidance to policy makers, project planners and developers on the core outcomes a smart district, campus or community should aspire to achieve.

Leader: Adam Beck, Executive Director, Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand

Space for the workshops is limited.
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