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Energy Efficiency Forum 2016
Energy systems are evolving, with traditional users acting as both energy consumers and producers. Both “prosumers” and traditional energy suppliers are paving the way. They’re employing distributed generation, energy storage, demand response and information technologies – along with energy efficiency – to transform these systems.


At the 27th Energy Efficiency Forum, co-sponsored by the U.S. Energy Association and Johnson Controls, we highlighted the pioneering policies, technologies and practices at the center of a future that values energy efficiency as a key driver of energy system innovation. 

Gina McCarthy – Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Keynote) | @GinaEPA

Maria Cantwell – Senator, Washington State | @SenatorCantwell

   
Ralph Izzo – Chairman, President and CEO, PSEG | @PSEGNews Kimberly Kipin-Mcdonald – Head of Sustainable Development, Covestra | @CovestroGroup
   
Energy Efficiency in American Cities ­­– Mayor Panel


System Success in Federal Facilities – Federal Agencies Panel
  • Katherine Hamilton – Principal, 38 North Solutions (Moderator) | @CleanGridView
  • Austin Brown – Assistant Director for Clean Energy and Transportation at White House Office of Science and Technology Policy | @whitehouseostp
  • Richard Hartley – Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Installations, Environment and Energy | @AFEnergy
  • Kevin Kampschroer – Director, Office of Federal High-Performance Green Buildings, U.S. General Services Administration | @USGSA
   
Rebecca Craft – Chief Customer Officer, Essess
Christian Garcia Managing Director, 1776 | @cdgarciaVC
   
Will Allen – Professional Football Player | @WillAllenWAF David Nemtzow - ‎Director & Senior Strategist at U.S. Department of Energy | @DavidNemtzow