KEEA Energy Efficiency Conference 2011

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KEEA Energy Efficiency Conference 2011

Time: September 20, 2011 to September 21, 2011
Location: Crowne Plaza Harrisburg
Street: 23 South Second Street
City/Town: Harrisburg, PA 17101
Website or Map: http://www.affordablecomfort.…
Event Type: training
Organized By: Nancy Hawkins
Latest Activity: Sep 12, 2011

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REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

To register for DAY 1 KEEA conference, click here.

To register for Day 2 of the KEEA Energy Action Day and luncheon, VISIT www.energywisepa.org.

CONFERENCE FEES

  • Current and prospective KEEA members: $175.00
  • Others: $195.00
  • Exhibitors: $400.00

Become a member of KEEA today!

At this two-day conference specifically designed for the state of Pennsylvania, you’ll hear about developments in the field of energy efficiency from utility representatives, industry leaders, and state and federal  officials. Gain insight into  existing programs, regulatory changes and pending legislation to find out how you can take advantage of the abundant opportunities to reduce energy consumption. Network with others in the energy efficiency industry and help KEEA accelerate the pace of market transformation in the Keystone State.

Day 1 is a conference day packed with great sessions in two tracks.  Day 2 is KEEA’s Energy Action Day during which we will meet directly with State legislators to increase their support for steady growth of energy efficiency statewide.  KEEA members will exhibit in the Capitol Rotunda and network with legislators and key staff all morning.  KEEA’s Annual Membership Meeting and Luncheon at Zia’s Red Door will focus on the organization’s development, member benefits, and planning of the Energy Action Agenda for 2011-12.

Join the KEEA today and enjoy all the following benefits:

  • Discount Purchasing Program – Significant discounts on high quality energy efficiency products and materials
  • Discount on Conferences, Training and Webinars 
  • Up-to-date information on legislation & business opportunities
  • Advocacy on policy to benefit Pennsylvania’s energy efficiency sector
  • Networking with contractors, policy makers and other stakeholders
  • Access to Low Interest Financing  

Click here to become a member of the Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance! 

 

Who Should Attend?
Builders, remodelers, weatherization providers, public officials,  legislative staff,  training centers, HVAC contractors and installers, insulation and air sealing contractors, code officials, utility representatives, home performance contractors, home inspectors, energy raters, building scientists, energy advocates, policymakers, energy efficiency lenders, and other professionals concerned with health, comfort, safety, and energy-efficiency in Pennsylvania.

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