Catalyst is EnergyCAP’s national user training conference. It will be held April 28–30, 2020 in State College, PA and offers 2½ days of hands-on and seminar-based training on our award-winning EnergyCAP software.
- Comprehensive EnergyCAP software user training
- Topic-based and hands-on training sessions
- Networking sessions with EnergyCAP users
- One-on-one meetings with ECI staff
- Fun social events
Other highlights include:
- Sector Breakouts: Networking opportunities with organizations like yours from across North America.
- ThinkingCAP: Ask a question, discuss an energy management challenge, or share a success story with EnergyCAP experts during session breaks; no appointment needed.
- Retro-Commissioning: Schedule a detailed consultative review of your current EnergyCAP setup and workflow to help maximize the value you receive from EnergyCAP.
- Blaine’s Boot Camp: Back by popular demand, this daily early-morning moderate intensity workout is open to all Catalyst attendees. Class size is limited, so make sure to reserve your spot when you complete your Catalyst registration.
Benefits of Catalyst
Are you looking for a short list of value propositions for your Catalyst training proposal? Below is a cut-and-paste version that you can adapt to your funding request.
QUESTION: Why should I attend Catalyst?
ANSWER: Catalyst will help me:
- Maximize my productivity with the newest EnergyCAP features.
- Choose just the sessions I need. I can attend topical sessions or hands-on training.
- Network with other users in our niche. One of the biggest values of Catalyst is the opportunity to share issues and questions with colleagues at similar organizations, and to hear about their solutions. Catalyst offers a great venue for these interactions, including formal sector breakouts.
- Group learning with real-use cases. Catalyst is a great opportunity to hear first-hand how other EnergyCAP users are finding savings while solving complex energy management issues.
- Address your organization-specific issues with a customer service or implementation representative. Visit ThinkingCAP to have discussions with knowledgeable EnergyCAP, Inc. representatives.