ACEEE issues Call for Proposals

Our allies at the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy are seeking proposals for presentations at the 2011 Energy Efficiency as a Resource Conference.

2011 ACEEE National Conference on Energy Efficiency as a Resource  
"Energy Efficiency's Importance as a Utility Resource has never been Greater. Come to Denver and Hear the Latest Developments in this Field"

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2011 ACEEE National Conference on Energy Efficiency as a Resource (EER) 
September 25-27, 2011  
 Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center
7800 East Tufts Ave.
Denver, CO 80237 
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Don't miss the opportunity to propose a presentation for ACEEE's 6th National Conference on Energy Efficiency as a Resource! Energy efficiency's economic and environmental benefits are in the spotlight as states and utilities strive to achieve and sustain unprecedented energy savings through customer energy efficiency programs. Such savings provide a critical and significant energy resource in meeting customer energy needs today and tomorrow.
We invite you to submit a brief (no more than 250 words) presentation proposal by April 21, 2011. Click Here to submit a presentation proposal! We are seeking presentations within nine topic areas:
  • Meeting aggressive resource goals for energy efficiency (latest state policies; what performance to date?; what's working?; lessons learned)
  • Regulatory mechanisms to encourage utility energy efficiency programs (new state initiatives; experience thus far)
  • Measuring the energy efficiency resource (pragmatic observations on methodologies; latest results)
  • The role of Integrated resource planning in facilitating energy efficiency as a resource (latest examples; lessons learned)
  • Energy efficiency and system reliability (how energy efficiency helps keep the lights on)
  • Energy efficiency and the environment (documenting environmental benefits; how energy efficiency can help meet utility environmental objectives, such as clean air & CO2)
  • Federal initiatives in utility sector energy efficiency (potential and in practice thus far)
  • Energy efficiency and the smart grid (has the smart grid implemented to date produced real energy efficiency and not just peak reductions?; is energy efficiency a realistic objective?)
  • Energy efficiency and economic impacts (economic benefits from energy efficiency, both in reducing utility system costs and in economic development and job creation)
Please note that the EER conference does not require and will not publish written papers. We will make copies of the presentations available on our Web site after the conference.
If you're interested in participating in this not-to-be-missed event, go to the 2011 ACEEE National Conference on Energy Efficiency as a Resource Web site for more information about submitting an abstract and/or registering to attend.*(Registration will be available in June.)

 *All presenters selected will be expected to register for the event and pay the registration fees.
We look forward to seeing you in Denver this September!

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