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PowerSave Campus Energy Efficiency Summit 2015: Energy Roundup

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PowerSave Campus Energy Efficiency Summit 2015: Energy Roundup

Sunday, February 8, 2015 : 06:00pm
Monday, February 9, 2015 : 03:00pm
Kellogg West Conference Center - Cal Poly Pomona : Pomona, CA


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The PowerSave Campus Program builds effective partnerships among students, staff, administrators, and faculty from 16 California State and University of California campuses around the common goal of empowering students to be energy efficiency leaders.

The 2015 Energy Efficiency Summit will convene this diverse group for an ambitious event like no other. The agenda will include presentations of unique and innovative best practices in energy efficiency projects on college campuses, structured campus planning and networking sessions, a student poster exhibit, and more!

Please RSVP by December 5  so we can make arrangements for your attendance.

For questions, please contact Taylor McAdam tmcadam@ase.org

To view the Summit Agenda-at-a-Glance, click here.

To view the full Program, click here.




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