2016 ACEEE Energy Efficiency Finance Forum

The American Council for an energy Efficient Economy  wrote:

Efficiency is widely recognized as a lowest-cost pathway to meet these goals, but in order to bring it to the scale necessary, global investment in efficiency will need to exceed $10 trillion over the next 20 years. The efficiency revolution will be impossible without effective financing options.

Energy Efficiency Finance Forum Overview

Achieving Deep Energy Efficiency

The 2016 ACEEE Energy Efficiency Finance Forum will be held May 22 – 24, 2016 at the Newport Marriott in Newport, Rhode Island.

Energy efficiency has taken on a new level of importance both domestically and internationally. Efficiency has long been a key element in utility resource planning, business competitiveness, and household energy budgets. Now it is slated to play a central role in meeting domestic targets under the Clean Power Plan and international agreements to reduce carbon emissions, both formalized in the last few months.

Efficiency is widely recognized as a lowest-cost pathway to meet these goals, but in order to bring it to the scale necessary, global investment in efficiency will need to exceed $10 trillion over the next 20 years. The efficiency revolution will be impossible without effective financing options.

For nearly a decade, the Energy Efficiency Finance Forum has brought together practitioners, researchers, energy producers, and consumers to explore innovative models for deploying capital in efficiency markets. Finance Forum participants have a great opportunity to learn about which models are working and why.

Please join us for the must-attend conference in the efficiency finance field.energy saving tips

Each year, the Finance Forum features over 75 experts presenting on a variety of topics. This year’s forum will feature success stories and presentations on topics including PACE, on-bill financing, serving low-to-moderate income households and multifamily residences, Green Banks, and international energy efficiency finance.

 

Advanced Energy Capital, American Electric Power, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, California Energy Commission, California Public Utilities Commission, Citigroup, Inc., City and County of Denver, City of Toronto, Coalition for Green Capital, Council of Development Finance Agencies, Deutsche Bank, KGS-Alpha Capital Markets, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Maryland Public Service Commission, National Grid, Nest Labs, Inc., Pacific Gas & Electric Company, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP, Rockwood Asset Management, Southern California Edison, The Clinton Foundation, Tishman Speyer, US Department of Energy, US Department of Housing and Urban Development

Likely Participants Include: Clean-tech and energy efficiency investors; financiers; bankers; real estate professionals; CDFIs and other mission-driven lenders; entrepreneurs; utility staff; local, state, and federal agency personnel; energy service company personnel; policymakers; NGOs; energy efficiency program planners, operators, and evaluators; and marketing experts.

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