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Preliminary Agenda
1:00 p.m. – Welcome
 
1:10 p.m. – Presentations Begin (Timing TBA)
 
Confirmed Speakers:
  • Rep. Greg Walden (R-Oregon) (NOTE: Democratic congress member invited)
  • Lucian Niemeyer, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Energy, Installations and Environment
  • Scott Foster, Director, Sustainable Energy Division, UN Economic Commission for Europe
  • Jud Virden, Associate Laboratory Director, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • John Kliem, Executive Director, Resilient Energy Program Office, US Navy
 
Energy Efficiency as a Resource
It’s a volatile time for energy. Price formulation in competitive power markets is being challenged by fuels that offer attributes that existing pricing methods don’t currently recognize. Somewhat forgotten is the fact that energy efficiency offers many, if not all, attributes relative to large generation, i.e., stability, security, economic value and reduced emissions. Our panelists will consider the idea that as competitive markets see a restructuring of price formation, how energy efficiency can be recognized for its benefits. 
  • Moderator – Barry Worthington, Executive Director, US Energy Assn.
  • John W. Betkoski, III, President, National Assn. of Regulatory Utility Commissioners
  • Alison Silverstein, Principle Author, DOE Grid Reliability Study
  • David Terry, Executive Director, National Assn. of State Energy Officials
 
Johnson Controls Energy Efficiency Indicator
The 2017 Energy Efficiency Indicator survey queried energy and facility management leaders about current and planned investments, key drivers and organizational barriers for improving energy efficiency across their facilities.
 
5:00 p.m. Forum Concludes
 
5:10 p.m. Reception Begins
 
7:00 p.m. Reception Concludes



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