Is it possible for guest houses in the Alps to become more competitive and mitigate climate change at the same time? They sure can! Through well-planned energy-saving measures and energy management, they can become more environmentally friendly, reduce operating costs and even increase guest comfort. The conference “Energy Management in Alpine Hotels” gives you the opportunity to learn everything about energy-saving measures and gain an introduction to energy management. Make valuable contacts, share your own experiences with the topic and find out about industry best practices as well as support and advisory offers throughout the entire Alpine region.
Energy Management in Alpine Hotels – Saving Energy and Money and Protecting Our Climate
28 and 29 November 2017
at EURAC Conference Centre
The focus of the event is the exchange of experiences among small- and mid-sized companies. Energy consultants will provide technical contributions, and entrepreneurs as well as experts from the fields of energy, climate protection and sustainable tourism will introduce exciting initiatives and practical examples. The first day of the event will conclude with a joint get-together. On the second day, we invite you to an excursion to the “Cyprianerhof Dolomit Resort,” where you can learn about the advantages of structured energy management first hand.
Registration and Logistics
Participation in this event is free of cost. The conference will take place in German, French, Italian and Slovenian and will include live interpretations.
You can register for the event here (please choose your language once you're there). The final invitation and further information about the program will follow soon. We look forward to your participation.
Would you like to share your experiences with energy management at the event? If so, contact us so that we can integrate you into the programme: firstname.lastname@example.org
adelphi is organising this event on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Construction and Nuclear Safety (BMUB).