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Energy Efficiency Day 2017: Perspectives from Energy Efficiency Leaders

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Energy Efficiency Day 2017: Perspectives from Energy Efficiency Leaders

October 5 is Energy Efficiency Day! Today brings the energy efficiency community together to discuss the benefits and opportunities for America from energy efficiency.

Here at the Building Technologies Office, we’re celebrating by offering the perspectives of highly regarded colleagues to discuss how our perspectives on the state of building energy efficiency today – and what we’re excited to see next.

Read more to hear from:

  • U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska
  • U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell of Washington
  • DOE Acting Assistant Secretary in the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Daniel Simmons
  • DOE Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency Kathleen Hogan
  • Building Technologies Office Director David Nemtzow
  • Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Associate Lab Director Jud Virden
  • Building Technologies Office Lead Policy Advisor Sarah Zaleski
  • Oak Ridge National Laboratory Associate Lab Director Moe Khaleel
  • Building Technologies Office Energy Technology Program Specialist Jeremy Williams
  • National Renewable Energy Laboratory Director of Buildings and Thermal Systems Center Chuck Kutscher
  • Building Technologies Office Technology Manager for HVAC, Water Heating, and Appliances Tony Bouza
  • Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Director of Building Technology and Urban System Division Mary Ann Piette
  • Building Technologies Office Senior Advisor and Program Manager for Home Energy Score Program Joan Glickman
  • Argonne National Laboratory Principal Building Scientist Ralph Muehleisen
  • SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory Staff Scientist and Department Head Sila Kiliccote
  • National Renewable Energy Laboratory Strategy Analysis Center Jack Mayernik
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