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Industrial Energy Efficiency Forum May 17 in Washington, DC
In honor of the Alliance to Save Energy’s 35th anniversary, we invite you to join us May 17 in Washington, D.C. for the Industrial Energy Efficiency Forum. The event will include experts from a diverse set of industries who will discuss energy efficiency within the industrial sector — from their early efforts to current energy efficiency and energy management programs being implemented across U.S. industry. Speakers include:
Chris Goddard, Nissan North America
Paul Hamilton, Schneider Electric
Dr. Kathleen Hogan, U.S. DOE
Mike Kijack, Volvo Trucks
Paul Lemar, Resource Dynamics Corp
Chadwick Porter, Volvo Trucks
Bill Prindle, ICF International
Ken Roden, Nissan North America
Ethan Rogers, ACEEE
Steve Schultz, 3M
Maria Vargas, U.S. DOE
Discover how manufacturers have improved energy efficiency at their plants and what types of mechanisms and technologies will be important in achieving additional gains in energy efficiency, industrial productivity, and energy security. Valuable insights into Superior Energy Performance and Better Buildings/Better Plants will be provided along with the recognition of plants in the Southeastern U.S. that have undergone Superior Energy Performance certification through ISO 50001 energy management and verified energy savings.
Attendance is free but seats are limited. Please click to view the agenda.
Thursday, May 17, 2012
8:00 am - 12:30 pm
Edison Electric Institute
701 Pennsylvania Avenues N.W., Suite 400
Reserve your seat today!