Forum offers energy-efficiency insight

EE Global 2009 will gather energy-efficiency professionals in the City of Lights to share technical, commercial, and policy knowledge.

02/09/2009


The world’s leading business, technology, government, and policy experts are invited to the Alliance to Save Energy (ASE) EE Global 2009. The Energy Efficiency Forum and Exposition is taking place April 27-29 in Paris.

A roster of more than 70 international speakers—from corporate bigwigs to parliament members—already are slated for three plenary sessions and 24 concurrent “Executive Dialogue” sessions.

“The hallmark of the EE Global series is our focus on building strategic alliances among worldwide governments, businesses, and the public interest sector in order to strengthen and promote the global dialogue on energy efficiency,” said ASE president Kateri Callahan.

The program consists of four focused topic tracks: buildings, industry and utilities, transportation and urban planning, and consumer.

Podcasts of speakers and other energy efficiency leaders can be played or downloaded from the event Web site.





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