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EE Global 2009 Energy Efficiency Global Forum and Exposition

Paris, France
April 27-29, 2009

A lineup of more than 100 global public and private sector energy and energy efficiency leaders and experts will offer insights and information at the Alliance to Save Energy’s 2009 Energy Efficiency Global Forum and Exposition (EE Global).

EE Global will take place April 27-29 at the Palais des Congres in Paris, France. Attendees can register for EE Global at http://eeglobalforum.org/registration.html. If you register before March 15, you can save up to 100 €.

Three plenary sessions and two dozen Executive Dialogue sessions will offer the latest technical, commercial and policy information from speakers ranging from the head of the International Energy Agency, energy and climate ministers and members of the European Parliament to executives from leading corporations, utilities and NGOs.

The global energy leaders addressing plenary sessions:

  • International Energy Agency Executive Director Nobuo Tanaka
  • Danfoss President and CEO Niels B. Christiansen
  • Whirlpool Europe President and Whirlpool Corporation EVP Bracken Darrell
  • European Parliament member Lena Ek (Sweden)
  • European Parliament member Claude Turmes (Luxembourg)
  • Siemens Building Technologies CEO Dr. Johannes Milde
  • World Business Council for Sustainable Development President Björn Stigson
  • Schneider Electric President and CEO Jean-Pascal Tricoire

A list of all confirmed speakers is available at http://eeglobalforum.org/symposium-execdialogue-speakers.html.

Podcasts of interviews with plenary speakers and other energy efficiency leaders are available for download or play at: http://eeglobalforum.org/updates/.

“The quality of our EE Global speaker lineup is evidence that energy efficiency is an issue that resonates with a global audience,” observed Alliance President Kateri Callahan. “EE Global offers unique leaning and networking opportunities for energy and energy efficiency industry professionals in all end-use sectors. EE Global brings them together from around the world to discuss the critical energy issues of today, the next decade, and beyond.”

The EE Global program features 24 90-minute Executive Dialogue sessions, each designed to fit one of four end-user “tracks” – buildings, industry and utilities, transportation and urban planning, and consumer. Within these tracks, each session will focus on one of four key cross-cutting issues – finance, policy, technology, or market transformation.

Each attendee can customize the agenda by selecting the individual sessions to attend.

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