Upcoming Events

Blog Post | August 03, 2009 - 6:27 pm

There are two upcoming events that may be of interest:

  1. September 1, 2009
    Energy Efficiency Opportunities in India - Webinar
    Cost: $35 per participant
    Learn more/register here.

    In this webinar, you will learn about new business opportunities in India's burgeoning $30 billion energy efficiency market. U.S manufacturers of energy efficient products and energy service companies have tremendous potential in India, particularly in the areas of industrial energy efficiency and green building. The Government of India plans to save 10,000 MW of energy by 2012 alone and is poised to set energy usage standards for energy-intensive industries, which will further accelerate the growth of this market. Now is the time to enter the market to ensure that you tap into the energy efficiency boom in India! This webinar will inform you where the opportunities are and how to take advantage of them. Additionally, India's leading energy experts will provide tips and guidance on how you can begin or advance your business in India's energy efficiency sector. For more information, please contact Nyamusi Igambi at Nyamusi.Igambi@mail.doc.gov or Linda Abbruzzese at Linda.Abbruzzese@mail.doc.gov.
     

  2. September 21, 2009
    U.S. Department of Commerce
    Energy Efficiency in Manufacturing Forum

    Location: Toledo, Ohio
    URL: http://www.commerce.gov/
    Contact: Ryan Mulholland (Ryan.Mulholland@mail.doc.gov)

    Join federal and state officials and private sector executives on September 21 at the Energy Efficiency in Manufacturing Forum in Toledo, Ohio.

    Representatives will discuss resources for improving energy use and increasing efficiency in manufacturing facilities, the stimulus funding available for energy efficiency improvement projects, and best practices instituted at regional facilities.

    The forum will take place in Toledo at the world headquarters of Owens Corning, an EPA Energy Star Partner. In addition to morning forums on energy efficiency resources available to U.S. companies, there will be an afternoon site visit to a local manufacturing facility demonstrating energy efficiency improvements in action.There is no cost to U.S. companies to attend this event.