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Energy 2030 On the Road: Southeast

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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: Southeast

Monday, June 23, 2014 : 08:00am
Monday, June 23, 2014 : 12:15pm
Associate Members/Invitation Only : Atlanta, GA


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Energy 2030 On the Road: A State and Local Campaign is an education, outreach and action campaign aimed at motivating communities and states across the nation to adopt the goal of doubling energy productivity by 2030. By making stops in key cities around the country, the campaign will inform participants about policies, programs and initiatives that can aid in doubling energy productivity by 2030. The Atlanta event will encourage stakeholders in the Southeast – including state and local policymakers, business leaders and advocates – to adopt the Energy 2030 goal.





Ingersoll Rand

Lime Energy

Georgia Power




Please contact Courtney Galatioto, 202-530-2242, with questions. 


Energy 2030 On the Road: Southeast

Monday, June 23, 2014
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM


Registration & Continental Breakfast

Welcome & Opening Remarks

Mandy Mahoney, Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance

8:40amEnergy 2030: A Clarion Call to Double U.S. Energy Productivity

Nicole Steele, Alliance to Save Energy
8:50amRemarks from ASHRAE and Introduction of Keynote Speaker

William Bahnfleth, ASHRAE
9:05amKeynote Remarks

Commissioner Brandon Presley, Public Service Commission of Mississippi
9:30amNetworking Break

Investing in Energy Productivity

Moderator: MaKara Rumley, GreenLaw

Greg Merritt, Cree
Laura Rygielski Preston, Trane
Ben Taube, BLT Sustainable Energy


Educating and Engaging People on Energy Productivity Gains

Moderator: Dennis Creech, Southface

Dr. Marilyn Brown, Georgia Tech
Cher Brister, Gwinnett Technical College
Susan Kidd, Agnes Scott College
Chad Solomonson, Lime Energy

11:15amNetworking Break

Modernize through Energy Efficiency

Moderator: Mandy Mahoney, Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance

Daniel Howe, City of Raleigh, NC
Michael Smith, Central Electric Power Cooperative
Michele Wagner, Georgia Power

12:15pmWrap up & Next Steps

Mandy Mahoney, Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance





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