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EE Strategy Group Briefing for House Staff

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EE Strategy Group Briefing for House Staff

Wednesday, September 9, 2015 : 02:00pm
Wednesday, September 9, 2015 : 03:00pm
340 Cannon – Veteran Affairs Committee : Washington, DC


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Agenda for September 9th - An Educational Staff-Only Briefing

U.S House of Representatives’ Energy Efficiency Legislation

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

340 Cannon – Veteran Affairs Committee

2:00 PM Briefing Kickoff by Representatives Welch and McKinley

2:10 PM SAVE Act – Greg Bergtold, Vice President, Dow Chemical Company

2:20 PM Efficiency-related provisions for federal buildings and smart buildings. – Mark Wagner, Vice President, Johnson Controls, Inc.

2:30 PM Weatherization Assistance Program and State Energy Program  – National Association of State Energy Officials, David Terry, Executive Director

2:40 PM Other energy efficiency–related provisions – Building codes, smart manufacturing/industrial efficiency. Why efficiency matters in energy legislation? Anna Pavlova, Vice President, Schneider Electric

2:50 PM Q&A

3:00 PM Adjourn  




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