As always, EE Global will offer a comprehensive agenda highlighting solutions for addressing issues across four main areas: Government Leadership, Market Transformation, the Built Environment, and Investment & Financing. Foregoing the typical conference slides and canned language, delegates will interact with senior energy officials, thought leaders, and experts from across the energy spectrum and the globe in an intimate, discussion-based environment.

Tuesday, May 12
Market Transformation Government Leadership Built Environment Investment & Financing
11:45 am - 1:00 pm1A
How does the Sustainable Energy for All Accelerator work to drive energy efficiency through international and national policy?
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1B
How can programs and policies spearheaded by EE product manufacturers create new opportunities for appliances and products to contribute to energy savings throughout the world?
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1D
As the grid changes globally, what is the impact on utility investment in EE? What work is happening in integrating and financing the grid around the world to improve overall efficiency?
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3C
Breaking through to transform the built environment: how are public-private partnerships ramping up EE investments?
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2:30 pm - 3:45 pm2A
What does “market transformation” for energy-efficient products mean? How can the private sector better design in energy efficiency at the beginning of product development?
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2B
What makes a nation energy secure? How does EE relate to energy security and how can it be used to help diversify the current energy landscape?
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2C
Should building efficiency codes, incentives, and programs be more standardized across borders? What are the lessons learned from regions where this is being done successfully?
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2D
Will the Green Bond market be the mechanism finally able to provide energy efficiency funding at scale? How green are Green Bonds?
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4:15 pm - 5:30 pm1C
Where are the greatest opportunities for energy savings that can be achieved by focusing on the efficiency of building systems? What types of policies and programs are needed to realize this potential?
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3A
How can we improve the messaging of energy efficiency to industry, buildings, and government audiences?
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3B
What do national governments need to do to support state and local EE policy? Can cities serve as incubators for development of successful national EE policies?
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3D
Is utility investment in EE going to diminish amid falling demand and cheap fuels? Will there be a pull back on EE as utilities reinvent for the future?
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Wednesday, May 13
Market Transformation Government Leadership Built Environment Investment & Financing
11:00 am - 12:15 pm2D
How can we increase collaboration between the EE and finance communities to ensure efficiency’s role as a major player in the global energy transition? What financial mechanisms possess the greatest potential for advancing EE?
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4A
What does the advanced manufacturing plant of the future look like? How can we ensure that EE remains a focus in industrial emerging technologies?
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4B
How can we strengthen economies through energy efficiency policy? How are different countries working to double their energy productivity?
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4C
What are the necessary steps to creating whole building efficiency?
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