National Press Club and VIRTUAL
ACEEE research has found that energy efficiency can halve U.S. energy use and greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. With growing interest in policies to address global climate change, as well as a new Congress and a new presidential term to begin in January 2021, ACEEE will be hosting the Energy Efficiency and Climate Policy Forum to discuss key steps and policies that will help the United States get on this 50% reduction pathway.
While it will definitely be possible to attend virtually, we are also hoping to offer the option of limited in-person, socially distant seating at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.
The forum will feature keynote addresses by a congressional leader and an official associated with the next administration plus four sessions focusing on:
- Buildings - improvements to existing buildings and opportunities for electrification
- Industry - industrial carbonization strategies
- Transportation - advanced vehicles and systems
- Cross-cutting - state-led planning, clean energy standard, and carbon pricing
This will be the final event in ACEEE’s celebration of its 40th anniversary, intended to advance our Call to Action on Energy Efficiency, and lay the groundwork for even bigger accomplishments in the coming decades.
The Policy Forum will bring together a diverse group of attendees including federal officials; policymakers; Congressional staff; energy service companies; energy efficiency product manufacturers; policy advocates; and energy efficiency program planners, operators, and evaluators.
|Registration Type||Virtual||In-person (Hybrid)|
|Early bird 10/15-11/13||$50||$80|
For cancellations, please send a notification in writing by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The cancellation fee is $50 until December 2. After that time, registration fees are non-refundable. Please note if you registered as an in-person attendee, and the event moves to virtual only, you will be refunded the difference in registration rates.