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Energy 2030 On the Road: New York City

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Featuring leading experts and stakeholders in the efficiency community, Alliance events move us toward our goal of a more energy-efficient world through starting dynamic conversations on principal issues, launching new initiatives, and honoring champions.

Energy 2030 On the Road: New York City

Monday, September 29, 2014 : 08:30am
Monday, September 29, 2014 : 01:00pm
Associate Members/ Invitation Only : New York, New York


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Energy 2030 On the Road is an education, outreach and action campaign aimed at urging communities throughout the nation to adopt the goal of doubling energy productivity by 2030. 

In broad terms, the Energy 2030 initiative is organized around the follow three pillars, which set the agenda of this event:

  • Invest in energy productivity throughout the economy; 
  • Modernize regulations and infrastructure to improve energy productivity; and, 
  • Educate and engage consumers, workers, business executives, and government leaders on ways to drive energy productivity gains.

This stop will bring together local policymakers, business leaders and advocates to illustrate how this ambitious national goal can be achieved. 



Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships


Copper Development Association


Ingersoll Rand

Lime Energy

National Association of Water Companies

National Grid


Energy 2030 On the Road: New York City

Monday, September 29, 2014
8:30am - 1:00pm


Registration & Breakfast

Welcome & Opening Remarks
Frank Murray, Officer, Alliance to Save Energy Board of Directors

9:10amEnergy 2030: A Clarion Call to Double U.S. Energy Productivity
Kateri Callahan, President, Alliance to Save Energy

Remarks and Introduction of Governor George Pataki
Jeff Eckel, President & CEO, Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital, Inc.

9:35amKeynote Remarks
Governor George Pataki
9:55amNetworking Break

Educating and Engaging People on Energy Productivity Gains

Moderator: Steve Cowell, Chairman & CEO, Conservation Services Group

Mark Brunner, Office of Senator Mark Warner 
Adam Procell, President & CEO, Lime Energy
Michael Bobker, Manager, Building Performance Lab, City University of New York


Modernizing Regulations and Infrastructure to Improve Energy Productivity

Moderator:Sue Tierney, Managing Principal, Analysis Group

Scott Tew, Sustainability Director, Ingersoll Rand
John Galyen, President, Danfoss
Elizabeth Watson, P.E. LEED AP, Energy Manager, United Water 
Gil C. Quiniones, President & CEO, New York Power Authority


Introduction of Congressman Paul Tonko
Frank Murray, Officer, Alliance to Save Energy Board of Directors


Keynote Remarks
Congressman Paul Tonko (D-NY)

12:00pmNetworking Break

Investing in Energy Productivity

Moderator: Michael Eckhart, Managing Director, Citigroup

Alfred Griffin, President, New York Green Bank
Jim Madej, Senior Vice President, Chief Customer Officer, National Grid
Zolaikha Strong, Director of Sustainable Energy, Copper Development Association
Michael Delaney, Director of Energy Regulatory Affairs, NYC Department of Long-term Planning and Sustainability, Office of Mayor de Blasio

1:00pmWrap up & Next Steps
Kateri Callahan, President, Alliance to Save Energy 
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