As always, EE Global will offer a comprehensive agenda highlighting solutions for addressing issues across four main areas: Government Leadership, Market Transformation, Innovative Technology, 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.

Wednesday, May 11
Market Transformation Government Leadership Built Environment Investment & Financing
1:15 pm - 2:30 pm1A
Increasing EE through connected systems: how can communities take into account holistic system efficiency from day one?
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1B
Beyond COP21: What role will cities play in driving EE to help meet national energy/climate goals?
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1C
Internet of things: how are advances in connected appliances driving energy efficiency and enhancing the consumer experience?
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1D
Institutional investment: Can corporate energy productivity improvements attract big investors?
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2:30 pm - 3:45 pm2A
Millennial momentum: what is the potential impact of millennials on the energy industry and how can we ensure their interest and loyalty to efficiency?
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2B
Beyond CPP: what are the challenges and opportunities for energy efficiency as governments look to utility regulation as a climate mitigation tool?
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2C
Transforming transportation: how are we leveraging information and communications technologies to improve mobility and enhance efficiency?
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2D
Transitioning finance: What are the challenges of moving away from traditional grant based programs and upscaling alternative energy efficiency financing programs?
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Thursday, May 12
Market Transformation Government Leadership Built Environment Investment & Financing
11:30 am - 12:45 pm3A
Examining the energy-water nexus: what are the challenges and opportunities for energy efficiency?
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3B
Doubling energy productivity: how are private sector commitments and best practices advancing global energy productivity policies?
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3C
Intelligent efficiency: how can systems-level integration and intelligence reduce building energy consumption and operating costs?
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3D
Big investments: how is macro-level project financing helping small and medium enterprises value and drive energy efficiency?
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2:00 pm - 3:15 pm4A
Creating more, using less: how can we leverage continuous improvement and lean processes to double energy productivity in manufacturing?
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4B
From baby steps to giant leaps: how can we move from component to systems standards?
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4C
Utility of the future: how are emerging technologies transforming the utility industry?
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4D
Carbon scoring: can it be a carbon tax from the capital markets?
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