WASHINGTON - The Energy Efficiency Global Forum and Exposition (EE Global), taking place Nov. 11-14, is a first-of-its-kind, comprehensive energy-efficiency forum at the Washington D.C. Convention Center. Representatives from all end-use sectors are encouraged to register. The forum will allow participants to exchange the latest technical, commercial, and policy information. It will also allow opportunities to forge partnerships and develop best practices, policies, and strategies for global implementation.
EE Global, hosted by the Alliance to Save Energy, will provide information on how energy efficiency can have a positive effect on all segments of the economy, including the built environment, electricity generation, industrial processes, consumer products, transportation, and more. Highlights of the event include: four plenary sessions with keynote addresses from high-level international speakers; curriculum featuring 36 Executive Dialogue Sessions with 200 executive-level speakers addressing policy, power generation, market drivers, buildings, transportation, industry, and finance; and a comprehensive exposition with about 60 confirmed exhibitors from international appliance and product manufacturers to government agencies, utilities, associations, national laboratories, and more.
For more information, visit www.eeglobalforum.com.
EE Global Hosts Forum
November 5, 2007