Great Energy Efficiency Day 2012 – Part I
The Business of Energy Efficiency: Profitability, Productivity, and Security
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 – 8:00 am to 12:30 pm
Columbus Club, Union Station
Join the Alliance to Save Energy May 16 for the first installment of the 2012 Great Energy Efficiency Day Series, as representatives from diverse industries convene a discussion on the business case for energy efficiency. Learn how and why all sectors of business – from automakers to utility providers to product manufacturers – are adopting energy-efficient practices to increase profitability, productivity, and security. And, gain insight into how the public sector is driving efficiency through keynote addresses from Congressional, Administration, and State officials.
Launched in 2004, Great Energy Efficiency Day (GEED) has quickly become a “must attend” public discussion on the need for, and benefits of, energy efficiency. In 2012, GEED is expanding to a twice-a-year series on Capitol Hill to provide more public opportunity for energy efficiency discourse. GEED events draw more than 400 stakeholders from business, industry, government, academia, and media to discuss the most pressing issues and advances in energy efficiency.
GEED II will be held October 3, 2012, in conjunction with the 20th annual Evening with the Stars of Energy Efficiency Awards Dinner. Visit the GEED website for event details and information about confirmed speakers.
Admission to GEED is free; however, you must register online to attend.