2020 Hot Water Forum

2020 Hot Water Forum

Crowne Plaza Atlanta Midtown
Atlanta, GA
March 23, 2020 to March 25, 2020

Call for Presentations | Registration | Sponsorship Opportunity | Past Hot Water Forums

Explore the smartest, most cost-effective ways to improve the efficiency of hot water systems, the second largest energy user in the home.

At this unique two-day event, with more than 25 breakout sessions on new programs and ideas, you will meet with industry leaders and fellow professionals in a welcoming community that is passionate about hot water issues in the latest technology, system design, sectors, and programs and policies.

 

Join us for the only conference that deals exclusively with hot water systems.

What to look forward to in 2020:

  • Sessions on multifamily hot water systems, grid-connected water heating and optimal plumbing system design
  • Presentations exploring how hot water systems fit into city-level policies for greenhouse gas reductions and building electrification
  • The opportunity to tour the newly renovated Rheem headquarters 

Likely participants

Equipment and component manufacturers; water, gas, and electric utilities; local, state, and federal agency personnel; energy efficiency program planners, operators, and evaluators; plumbers and installers; policymakers; NGOs; engineers, and consultants.

Take a look at this short recap of HWF 2019's opening plenary.

Click here to see a list of the organizations that participated in 2019.

 

Call for Presentations

The Call for Presentations is now open. Join us and share your knowledge on the latest technology, system design, sectors, and programs and policies related to hot water. Presentation submissions will be accepted until September 26.

The Hot Water Forum will be prioritizing its focus on the following topic areas:

  • Greenhouse gas reduction policies and technologies
  • Heat pump water heater programs
  • Hot water pipe system design
  • Innovative components and technologies
  • Legionella and pathogens
  • Market research and marketing approaches
  • Multifamily hot water systems
  • Natural gas advances
  • Plumber and installer perspective
  • Plumbing codes and enforcement
  • Pumps, mixing valves, and controls
  • Regulatory trends
  • Smart, grid-connected water heating
  • Tankless and combi systems

 

 

Registration and Accomodations

Registration and accomodations will open this fall.

 

Sponsorship Opportunity

For information or questions on sponsorship opportunities for the 2020 Hot Water Forum, please download the sponsorship prospectus and contact Christopher Perry or Lynn Pyle.