The IAQ & Energy 2023 Conference

A One Day IAQ & Energy Event!
Monday, October 30, 2023
Holiday Inn by the Bay, Portland Maine

Invitation to Present

The Maine Indoor Air Quality Council invites those interested in presenting at IAQ & Energy 2023 to submit presentation proposals for review by the Conference Planning Committee. 

Proposal Submission Deadline is June 1, 2023

About The IAQ & Energy Conference

The COVID-19 pandemic has increased public concern for healthy indoor air quality, with extensive focus on ventilation.  At the same time, the passion to reduce energy use and carbon emissions from buildings has never been greater. 

We want IAQ & Energy 2023 to provide attendees with a deep exploration of the various strategies to achieve all of these goals for our built environments: healthy IAQ, energy efficiency, and reduced impact on climate change.

The October 2023 IAQ & Energy Conference is a return to our larger format:  multiple education sessions, an exhibit hall, learning activities, and LOTS of opportunities to network.

Preferred Topics

We are open to any topic that addresses the indoor environment in homes, schools, and workplaces.  Here are some topic area recommendations:

  • Strategies to balance ventilation and energy efficiency
  • Strategies for air filtration
  • IAQ monitoring
  • School air quality
  • The future of building energy
  • Indoor chemistry
  • Indoor biome
  • The business benefits of healthy IAQ
  • Electrification of buildings and IAQ
  • Recommissioning/commissioning of buildings for both health and energy efficiency
  • The future of the ASHRAE ventilation standards
  • General IAQ/energy design and construction
  • Investigation and remediation of IAQ problems
  • Operations & maintenance strategies for healthy IAQ and energy-efficiency


Contact MIAQC Executive Director Christy Crocker:  207-626-8115 or

***Form Submission Instructions***

Our automatic e-mail responder within this form is not working.  Even though the form indicates you can save and return later, you won’t receive the e-mail that allows you to pick up where you left off.  To minimize frustration, it is strongly recommended that you create your entry submission in a word document first, then cut and paste into the form. We apologize for this inconvenience.