Not Yet Registered for RaterFest! 2013? Only a Few Weeks Left!

EnergyLogic is excited to invite you to the 5th annual RaterFest! event, one of the best conferences and values in the industry!  This year's retreat will take place on September 13th - 15th, 2013 near Black Hawk, CO.  This incredible 2.5 day conference is nestled amongst the beautiful Colorado Rocky Mountains, and provides attendees with a focused opportunity to learn, network, and interact with fellow Energy Professionals from across the country.  Our goal is to recruit the best minds in the industry to present a full slate of rigorous sessions in a low-key, intimate learning environment.  This year is no exception and we will feature 12+ sessions led by the industry’s best and brightest, including: 

  • Mark LaLiberteConstruction Instruction/LaLiberte Online
  • Sam RashkinUS Department of Energy
  • Paul MorinEnergy Conservatory

 

You can see all of our presenters and read their bios here.  This year’s presentations will cover a list of topics that is sure to keep minds sharp and engaged, while providing attendees with the ability to receive continuing education units (CEU’s) for all professional certifications. If you don’t see continuing education units listed on our website that you need to earn, please let us know and we’ll look into applying for more.

 

We work hard to make this event a fun and enriching experience for everyone – attendees can expect a great weekend, full of enlightening and rewarding conversations both in and out of sessions.  Incredible presentations, CEU’s, hiking, organic/local meals, local brews, and panoramic mountain views make this retreat one you will want to attend year after year.  Please see this RaterFest! Flyer for information on the event, and visit the RaterFest! website to see all the details (and to register).

 

We hope to see you in a few short weeks!

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