EE Global’s plenary sessions bring together leaders from business, government, and academia to discuss advances and insights into the global energy-efficient movement in a dialogue-focused roundtable.

 

» Opening Plenary Session (Tuesday May 20, 10:00am to 11:30am)

Dateline 2030: How could the future energy landscape impact the business of energy efficiency?
In this session industry titans will discuss how predicted changes in the energy landscape may impact their ability to produce, sell and innovate energy-efficient products and services. Download the session PowerPoint

Keynote Speaker

shaheen_jeanneHon. Jeanne Shaheen
Senator (D-NH)
U.S. Senate

 

 

» Morning Plenary Session (Wednesday May 21, 9:00am to 10:30am)

What Actions Are Needed to Double U.S. Energy Productivity by 2030?
This session will begin with the formal launch of the Alliance’s Energy 2030 On the Road Campaign, which seeks to galvanize action at the state and local levels through a shared commitment to the Energy 2030 goal.  Dr. Moniz will provide keynote remarks, followed by a panel of energy efficiency experts discussing the impact of doubling energy productivity, as well as actions being taken by state and local governments and private industry to increase productivity across all sectors of the economy. Download the session PowerPoint

Keynote Speaker

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Dr. Ernest Moniz
Secretary
U.S. Department of Energy

 

 

» EE Visionary Luncheon (Wednesday May 21, 12:30pm to 1:45pm)

Honoring Advances in Energy Productivity
The Plenary Awards Luncheon will celebrate and showcase the “best of the best” in energy efficiency by honoring the 2014 EE Visionary award winners. This year’s recipients showcase the important work being done by all levels of government around the world to deploy energy efficiency and increase energy productivity.

Keynote Speaker

EEV Winner Rasmus Helveg Petersen

Hon. Rasmus Helveg Petersen
Minister for Climate, Energy and Building
Danish Ministry of Climate, Energy and Building