Danfoss, Baltimore, MD, will sponsor the Alliance to Save Energy’s 2010 Great Energy Efficiency Day (GEED), March 10 in Washington, D.C. The Great Energy Efficiency Day will join together more than 400 stakeholders from business, industry, government, and academia to discuss the need for and benefits of energy efficiency.
The day-long event — "Potential to Reality: The Funding, Technology & Policy Path to Energy Efficiency" — will feature sessions on:
• Federal, State and Local Stimulus Dollars Promoting Energy Efficiency: Today and Tomorrow
• Stimulus and Smart Communities
• Building for the Future: EE Technologies Today and Tomorrow Keynote addresses on these topics will come from some of the leading voices in energy efficiency and will provide insight on energy issues from Capitol Hill.
“Danfoss’ sponsorship of this year’s Great Energy Efficiency Day highlights our continuing commitment to make energy efficient technologies a possibility around the world,” says Robert Wilkins, president of Danfoss North America. “We believe that events like these will help to move the needle and ensure a more energy efficient and sustainable future. We’re proud to support the Alliance to Save Energy in their efforts to bring energy efficiency into the forefront of national and global conversation.”
Danfoss will also be sponsoring the Alliance’s Energy Efficiency Global Forum & Exposition (EE Global) 2010, May 10-12 at the Washington, D.C. Convention Center. Wilkins will moderate an executive dialogue session during that meeting.