DC to Host International Energy Efficiency Forum

John Davis

Those concerned about the climate, national security, and what could happen economically because of increasing global energy demands will meet with leaders from the energy efficiency industry in a four-day forum in the nation’s capital.

The Energy Efficiency Global Forum and Exposition (EE Global) will take place November 11th-14th at the Washington, DC Convention Center:

EE Global will serve as the premier gathering and showcase for the energy-efficiency industry, attracting industry professionals, academics and policy makers from around the world, not only to exchange the latest technical, commercial and policy information, but to forge partnerships and develop “best practices” policies and strategies for global implementation.

The conference program will consist of plenary and executive dialogue sessions featuring 175 executive-level speakers representing all end-use sectors and regions of the world and addressing energy efficiency, climate and economic issues. And, the exhibition floor will feature over 75 organizations highlighting the latest products and initiatives for creating a sustainable energy future. I encourage you to check out all of the details, including the array of unique networking events which are capped with an exclusive evening gala at the National Air and Space Museum!

You can find out more by clicking on this link for EE Global.