Making the Business Case: How Data is Driving Energy Efficiency Investment in Chicago

The Alliance to Save Energy's Policy Perspectives event series is hitting the road and headed for the Windy City, and we want you to join us there!

Policy Perspectives is a speaker series that provides exclusive opportunities for our Alliance Associate & Board members to connect with key legislators and policymakers in energy efficiency in an intimate and informal setting. Highly regarded by both our Associate members and former event speakers, Policy Perspectives offer candid discussions about the future of energy efficiency policy and the potential impact on businesses and NGOs.

On July 21, meet with local industry and government leaders to learn why Chicago is ranked in the country's top ten most efficient cities at the briefing Making the Business Case: How Data is Driving Energy Efficiency Investment in Chicago. Our experts will give you an inside look at the way data, from energy savings to dollar savings to jobs, is transforming the city's policy narrative into a strong, bi-partisan case for energy efficiency investment.

Space is limited, so register now to secure your seat! For questions, please contact Emily Singer, Events & Marketing Associate.

Agenda:

9:00 am - 9:10 amBreakfast & Registration
9:10 am - 9:15 am

Welcome Remarks 

Kateri Callahan, President, Alliance to Save Energy

9:15 am - 9:30 am

Keynote Remarks

Representative Bobby Rush (D-IL)

9:30 am - 10:30 am

Making the Business Case: How Data is Driving Energy Efficiency Investment in Chicago

Moderator: 

Stacey Paradis, Executive Director, Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance

Speakers:

Val Jensen, Senior Vice President, Customer Operations, ComEd

Brien Sheahan, Chairman, Illinois Commerce Commission

Dana Soukup, Senior Vice President, Field Operations, Building Technologies Division, Siemens Industry, Inc 

Christopher Wheat, Chief Sustainability Officer, Office of the Mayor, City of Chicago

10:30 am

Closing Remarks 

Stacey Paradis, Executive Director, Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance