Nineteenth annual energy efficiency forum held in Washington, D.C.

The event creates awareness of technical, economic and political solutions available to optimize energy-efficiency.

06/20/2008


Johnson Controls and the U.S. Energy Association co-sponsored the 19th Annual Energy Efficiency Forum at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., June 11. This event helps raise awareness of the technical, economic and political solutions available to improve energy

Nineteenth annual energy efficiency forum

efficiency. More than 300 people attended, including executives and non-governmental organizations involved with managing energy policies. This year’s theme, “What’s Happening Now and What’s Next,” explored how a new presidential administration can build on public and private sector initiatives to develop large-scale energy efficiency programs that will have significant economic and environmental impact.
The Forum agenda included:




The complete transcripts of the forum are available on the Energy Efficiency Forum website.





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