ASE Hosts Two-Day Energy Efficient Building Forum

International gathering scheduled in Washington, D.C. for March 9-10, 2005

Published: 04-Mar-2005

WHAT:   "A Global Blueprint for Energy Efficiency in Buildings" - a forum to stimulate energy-efficiency markets in residential and commercial buildings in North America and Europe; organized by the Alliance to Save Energy and co-sponsored by the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP); the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA); and the European Association of Insulation Manufacturers (EURIMA).  For more information on REEEP, see


WHY:      Goals of the forum are to stimulate energy-efficiency markets in the residential and commercial building sectors in North America and Europe; to explore the harmful effects on public health and economic growth of greenhouse gas emissions; to provide case studies and minimum levels of energy efficiency to guide development of energy-efficiency building codes and policies; and to create a replicable worldwide model for energy efficiency in the buildings sector.


WHO:      International energy-efficiency experts include California Energy Commissioner Jackalyne Pfannenstiel; National Air Barrier Association of Canada CEO LaVerne Dalgleish; Reichmann International Operations Director Felipe Flores (Mexico); Energy, Technology, and Education President Odon du Buen (Mexico); Natural Resources Canada Senior Chief of Housing Programs Barbara Mullally Pauly; U.S. Department of Energy Deputy Assistant Secretary Larisa Dobriansky; U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Climate Protection Partnership Director Kathleen Hogan; EURIMA Director General Horst Biedermann; and Gallions Housing Association Sustainability Manager Rebecca Miller (UK). 


WHEN:   March 9 and 10


WHERE: American Gas Association, 400 N. Capitol St, NW

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