NASEO/ASERTTI Energy Policy & Technology Outlook Conference

Modernizing U.S. Buildings and Energy Infrastructure: Promoting Economic Development and Technology Innovation

The need for a more sustainable, efficient, and resilient energy system presents a significant opportunity to improve the U.S. economy, job creation, and global competitiveness. However, there are a number of challenges to overcome. The aging electric grid is vulnerable to blackouts and cyber attack. Pending and active air regulations are impacting the business decisions of utilities and manufacturers. A lack of coordination across the state, federal, and private sectors in technology investment and policy development is leading to a band-aid approach to infrastructure development. Buildings account for 40 percent of energy consumption, about half of which is attributable to the commercial sector. All of these challenges, combined with tightening public budgets, demand a shift in the business as usual model to a more dynamic and robust coordination and investment strategy. Join us in the nation’s capital for the 2012 NASEO/ASERTTI State Energy Policy and Technology Outlook Conference on February 7-10, 2012, at the Fairmont Washington, D.C.

Gold Sponsors

ConEdison Solutions SRA International

Silver Sponsor

ICF International Johnson Controls

Bronze Sponsors

Abundant Power Group AHRI Constellation Energy
Edison Electric Institute Solar Energy Industries Association Southern States Energy Board