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Early Bird Registration Extended to March 12! 
 
The early bird registration price of $600 for the upcoming Pew Center energy efficiency conference has been extended to Friday, March 12.

Register today to take advantage of this special price and join us in Chicago, April 6-7 for the Pew Center on Global Climate Change's corporate energy efficiency conference, where we will release our comprehensive report: "From Shop Floor to Top Floor: Best Business Practices in Energy Efficiency." Keynote speakers include: 
 
John Rowe 
John W. Rowe is the chairman and CEO of Exelon Corporation, a utility holding company headquartered in Chicago. Exelon has the largest market capitalization in the electric utility industry. Its retail affiliates serve 5.4 million customers in Illinois and Pennsylvania, and its generation affiliate operates the largest fleet of nuclear power plants in the nation.
Eileen Claussen 
Eileen Claussen is the President of the Pew Center on Global Climate Change and Strategies for the Global Environment. Ms. Claussen is the former Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs. Prior to joining the Department of State, Ms. Claussen served for three years as a Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Global Environmental Affairs at the National Security Council.
 
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Former Senator John Warner rejoined Hogan & Hartson after his decision not to seek a sixth term as U.S. Senator for the Commonwealth of Virginia. During his 30 years in the Senate, he served on the Senate Armed Services Committee, including three periods as Chairman, and was viewed as one of the most influential senators on military and foreign policy issues.
 
Jay Golden
Dr. Jay Golden is an assistant professor and honors faculty in the School of Sustainability and faculty affiliate in the School of Sustainable Engineering & the Built Environment at Arizona State University. Dr. Golden focuses his teaching and research on the nexus of organizational strategies and technology innovations for sustainability. He is the Co-Director of the multi-university Sustainability Consortium which is developing a global standard for indexing the sustainability of consumer products.
 
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*Book your hotel room at the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificient Mile, where the conference takes place, by March 15 to receive a special rate.  
Six Solutions: Case Studies of Energy Efficiency in U.S. Corporations
 
LeafHigh-level representatives from the six companies profiled as case studies in the report will discuss the background, successes, challenges, and lessons learned from their energy efficiency strategies in a plenary panel at the Pew Center conference on Tuesday, April 6 at 10 a.m. The panelists are:
 
  • Fred Moore, Global Director Manufacturing & Technology, Energy, Dow
  • Jay Dietrich, Program Manager, Climate Stewardship and Energy, IBM
  • Kevin Butt, Chief Environmental Officer, Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America
  • Leo Raudys, Senior Director, Environmental Affairs, Best Buy
  • Paul Vitello, Director, Environmental Sustainability, UTC
  • Robert Schasel, Director, Energy and Resource Conservation, PepsiCo
The discussion will be moderated by John Carey, Senior Correspondent, BusinessWeek.
Partnering to Overcome Obstacles in Supply Chain Energy Efficiency
 
Representatives from a major retailer, consumer products company, and basic materials provider will offer their perspectives on increasing energy efficiency and environmental sustainability within the supply chain. The panel takes place Wednesday, April 7 at 1:30 p.m. and speakers include:
  • Jim Stanway, Senior Director, Global Supplier Initiatives, Wal-Mart
  • Richard Crowther, P.E., Energy Efficiency Manager, The Coca-Cola Company
  • William (Bill) O'Rourke, VP, Sustainability and Environment, Health and Safety, Alcoa
The discussion will be moderated by Kyle Tanger, Principal, Clear Carbon Consulting.
Call for Exhibitors
 
Are you looking for ways to be part of the upcoming energy efficiency conference? Then consider becoming an exhibitor. With a target audience of corporate executives, corporate energy engineers, sustainability officers, energy efficiency specialists and beyond, our conference will provide a great venue for networking and showcasing your products and services. The standard exhibit rate includes:
  • 2 full days of exhibition
  • 1 free conference registration
  • 10X10 space to set up booth and display
For additional information and to register visit our exhibitor Web page or contact Michelle Pilliod at pilliodmp@aol.com or 202-544-7900.
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