UPCOMING ALLIANCE EVENTS
Stay tuned for exciting events in 2015!
Below are other EE related events from our affiliated partners.
EE Global Forum 2015
May 12-13, 2015
Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
The EE Global Forum is the leading international energy efficiency event, drawing hundreds of energy efficiency influencers for two-days of unparalleled discussion at its Plenary and Executive Dialogue sessions, and best-in-class networking aimed at driving actionable plans for the next generation of energy efficiency.
As an invitation-only event, EE Global hand selects high caliber industry professionals, academics and policy makers looking to create partnerships, discuss the latest technology and information and develop “best practices” policies and strategies for global implementation of energy efficiency.
To show your organization’s strong support for driving energy productivity you can pledge to sponsor this leading international event, or join our list of impressive endorsing organizations. More information on this year’s EE Global can be found at www.eeglobalforum.org
PG&E Pacific Energy Center: Energy Education
Ongoing: San Francisco, California
PG&E’s Pacific Energy Center sponsors an ongoing series of educational seminars on energy-related topics including: Low-Energy Buildings, Lighting Design, Smart Grid and Solar Water Heating. Programs take place between 8 AM-5 PM at PG&E’s Pacific Energy Center, 851 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA. To register and see a schedule click here.
PAST ALLIANCE EVENTS
December 7-13, 2014
Join a small, select group of companies in the energy efficiency sector on a business development mission to China!
The week-long mission will begin in Beijing and visit Tianjin, Qingdao and Changzhou. These cities were chosen because they have specific needs for support in the energy efficiency sector, have the strong support of local officials, and have the ability to set up one-on-one meetings geared to the interests of participating companies. Contact us for more itinerary details.
Who should participate?
The mission is geared to any small- and medium-sized company that has proven technology and/or expertise in the energy efficiency sector, including equipment, software and service providers. We are focusing on companies that have sufficient experience, staff and funding to be able to make a commitment to working in China. For purposes of this mission, energy efficiency includes residential and commercial building efficiency/green buildings (new buildings and retrofits) as well as industrial efficiency.
How much does it cost?
Total cost per participant is $7500 for all expenses in China.
- This includes all meetings, receptions, translation, domestic travel, accommodations, and meals.
- This does not include roundtrip airfare between the U.S. and China, visas, and company-specific needs (such as brochures and interpretation for one-on-one meetings).
Mission website: chinauseealliance.org/2014mission
Moderator: Elizabeth Turner-Fox, iCET
Speaker: Nand Ramchandani, OSIsoft LLC
Speaker: Jay Sparling, Honeywell
This webinar is organized by the U.S. Department of Commerce (U.S. Commercial Service), in collaboration with the China-U.S. Energy Efficiency Alliance and the U.S.-China Cleantech Center. Click here to visit the webinar webpage.
Cost: $45. Click here to visit the registration page
(Discounts for Alliance Partners).
Webinar log-on information will be sent to registered participants 1 week prior to webinar.
There will also be a 4th webinar on energy efficiency finance this summer. Stay tuned!
This is part of a strategy to assist companies in identifying opportunities in China’s ee market. This includes a trade mission in December 2014. See above for more information.
For more details, please contact us: email@example.com; (t) 415-951-8975
June 5, 2014: San Francisco, CA
California-China Cooperation on Climate Change – Roundtable
Join Robert B. Weisenmiller, Chair of the California Energy Commission, and Matt Rodriquez, Secretary of the California Environmental Protection Agency, as they discuss a unique partnership between California and China that addresses climate change, air quality, and the role for clean energy and energy efficiency in reducing greenhouse gases and harmful air pollutants.
This Roundtable, a collaboration of the China-US Energy Efficiency Alliance, the California Energy Commission, and the California Environmental Protection Agency, will bring together representatives from the clean technology and energy industries, local governments and civil society. This is a great opportunity to network and learn about the California-China partnership and what it means for clean technology businesses and communities in California.
May 22, 2013: Washington, DC
Unleashing Energy Efficiency in China: Business Successes and Challenges
The Alliance presented an expert Roundtable with panelists from business and government who shared practical insights on doing business in China in the energy efficiency sector. The event kicked off with special remarks from Chair Robert Weisenmiller of the California Energy Commission in addition to a formal signing ceremony with DAS Antwaun Griffin, marking the Alliance’s new partnership with the US Commercial Service. The Alliance to Save Energy generously hosted the event, and the Business Council on Sustainable Energy and the Wilson Center’s China Environment Forum provided publicity support.
August 13, 2012: San Francisco, CA.
China-SF To Cooperate On Energy Efficiency: What It Means For Your Business
The Alliance teamed with the US Commercial Service to present an expert roundtable discussion on August 13. This event featured guest experts who presented on the recent Memorandum of Understanding signed between China and the City of San Francisco to cooperate on energy efficiency. Read a summary and see photos on our Roundtable event page.
December 7-8, 2011: San Francisco, CA
China-US Energy Efficiency Solutions Summit
Organized by the China-US Energy Efficiency Alliance and hosted by BGI Energy Saving Co., Ltd., the Summit facilitated cooperation between Chinese and American energy efficiency solutions providers. With a number of distinguished industry pioneers and government representatives in attendance, the Summit offered unique insights into US experiences prospects for collaboration with China.