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Active Efficiency Forum

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Active Efficiency Forum

Wednesday, December 2, 2020 : 01:00pm
Wednesday, December 2, 2020 : 06:00pm


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Please join us for our inaugural Active Efficiency Forum! This event will be fully virtual and will offer a deep dive into the Alliance's Active Efficiency Collaborative. The Collaborative is a community of industry leaders, NGOS, and public sector institutions working to accelerate the adoption of Active Efficiency, which encompasses these new innovations working alongside traditional methods. It does this by deepening collaboration among stakeholders, cultivating champions, and developing strategies and policies to scale up Active Efficiency at federal, state, and local levels. The Forum will serve as the culmination and release of the Collaborative’s year-one reports, including Guiding Principles for Next-Generation Performance-based Utility Program Models and a report on Beneficial Electrification and Grid Opportunities.

Immediately following the Active Efficiency Forum the Alliance will be co-hosting the USEA EE Forum. The day will conclude with a celebratory reception honoring the Alliance’s 2020 Star of Energy Efficiency Award recipient – the Efficiency Maine Trust – as well as the induction of the 2020 class into the USEA Energy Efficiency Hall of Fame. Check back soon for more details on the agenda.



1:00 Welcome Remarks and Introduction of Efficiency Maine Trust 
                Clay Nesler, Interim President, Alliance to Save Energy
1:05 Case Study: Efficiency Maine Trust Fireside Chat 
                Speakers: TBD
1:20 Beneficial Electrification and Grid Opportunities
                Introduction of panel by Clay Nesler, Interim President, Alliance to Save Energy
                Speakers: TBD
2:00 Case Study: Next-Generation Performance-based Utility Program Models
                Speakers: TBD
2:20 Next-Generation Performance-based Utility Program Models
                 Introduction of panel by Clay Nesler, Interim President, Alliance to Save Energy
                 Speakers: TBD
3:00 Closing Remarks 
                 Clay Nesler, Interim President, Alliance to Save Energy




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