Federal Utility Partnership Working Group (Fall 2012)

Live Training

Oct 16-17, 2012
Mobile, Alabama

Sign-up Information

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Fee - $150

Please note: Requested attendance limit for the FUPWG Meeting is three per company.

Agenda

Draft agenda.

Meeting Location

Battle House Renaissance Mobile Hotel.

Hotel Reservations

The Battle House Renaissance Mobile Hotel
26 North Royal Street
Mobile, AL 36602

$94/night - Federal government rate
$129/night - Non-government rate

Reservations can be made by calling the hotel at 866-316-5957 and requesting the Alabama Power group block, or online.

Reservation cut-off date is Sept. 24. Please visit The Battle House Renaissance Mobile Hotel >> for more hotel information.

Please Note: if making a reservation for a government rate, the guest will be required to present proper ID in order to confirm they are eligible for the government rate. Marriott's guidelines regarding government rate eligibility are available online.

Networking Dinner
Monday, Oct. 15 - 7pm
Felix's Fish Camp (1530 Battleship Parkway)

Networking Event - Battle House Renaissance Mobile Hotel
Tuesday, Oct. 16 - 6:30-8:30pm

Airport Information

Mobile Regional Airport - MOB
Visit MOB airport website
Driving directions:

This hotel does not provide shuttle service.

  • Alternate transportation: Mobile Bay Transportation; fee: $25 (one way);reservation required
  • Bus service
  • Subway service
  • Estimated taxi fare: $46 (one way)

Pensacola International Airport - PNS
Driving directions:

  • Alternate transportation: Mobile Bay Transportation; fee: $125 (one way); reservation required

Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport - GPT
Visit GPT airport website

Related Information

Advanced Utility Energy Services Contracting (UESC) Workshop:
Oct. 18-19 (ending at 2 p.m.)
UESCs offer a method for serving utilities to provide significant assistance to federal agencies through comprehensive EE/RE projects including financing and performance assurance. This new advanced workshop will examine strategies and methods used by experienced contracting officers and their technical teams from project development to contract award and post-acceptance. Attendees will work through exercises designed to develop a project using templates and samples. More information regarding UESC is available online.

FUPWG
FUPWG meets twice per year to share success stories, information on FEMP programs and products, and other FUPWG business. More information on FUPWG is available online.

Before the Training

Help

For additional information, contact Susan Courtney at scourtney@energetics.com.

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