With President Obama promising a 'new era' of energy and environmental policy built on a foundation of energy efficiency, and the 111th Congress committed to the development of significant energy and climate legislation in the coming year, there has never been a better time to join us in the Nation's Capital for an in-depth discussion on the keys to unlocking energy efficiency and the roll EE must play in realizing a clean energy future for the US, according to the Alliance to Save Energy.
Join more than 400 stakeholders from business, industry, government, academia on March 4th in Washington, D.C. for the Alliance to Save Energy's 6th annual Great Energy Efficiency Day, which will feature an impressive roster of speakers addressing the following topics:
- Incentives to Drive EE in the Utility Sector – Will One Approach Win the Day?
- Climate & Energy Legislation in the 111th Congress – A Preview of the Roadmap for Energy Efficiency
- Is Pricing Carbon Enough or Are Complementary Policies Needed?
- The Business Response – Are We Ready to "Ramp Up" EE to its Full Potential?
- Are We Ready to Measure Success? – Facing the Challenge of EM&V
As with past years, there is no admission fee for attending the 2009 Great Energy Efficiency Day; however, you must register online. For more information, visit www.ase.org/geed.
Green Energy Efficiency Day 2009 features roster of speakers
February 9, 2009