Looks like I’ll be at the Alliance to Save Energy’s “All Roads to Copenhagen are Paved with Energy Efficiency” event next week. It’s an important event leading up to the Copenhagen Climate Conference. Dave’s going to be one of the speakers there on a panel with Tom King, the President of National Grid, and Jim Rogers, CEO of Duke Energy. Should be a great panel.
From the web site:
As the 2009 United Nations Copenhagen Climate Conference approaches, there has never been a better time to discuss the major role energy efficiency must play in determining a global climate protocol. Discover how the U.S. and the international community are currently strengthening the economy, enhancing energy security, and helping slow climate change through energy efficiency. Representatives from industry, government, and the consumer interest community will address the need to utilize energy efficiency as the quickest, cleanest, and cheapest means of reducing greenhouse gas emissions worldwide.
On September 17, 2009, the Alliance’s summit “All Roads to Copenhagen are Paved with Energy Efficiency,” will assemble global leaders in Washington, DC for a discussion on the role energy efficiency must play in global climate protocol.
If you’re at the event, make sure you say “Hello.”