Friday, October 12, 2007

AIA Members Offered Discount Extension for Energy Efficiency Conference

The Alliance to Save Energy has extended the deadline for its early-registration discount to AIA members for attendance at the Energy Efficiency Global Forum and Exposition (EE Global), November 11-14, in Washington, D.C.

This event promises to be a substantive gathering and showcase for the energy-efficiency industry, attracting industry professionals, academics, and policymakers from around the world, not only to exchange the latest technical, commercial, and policy information, but to forge partnerships and develop “best practices,” policies, and strategies for global implementation.

The forum will provide information on how energy efficiency can have a positive impact on every end-use sector, including transportation, the built environment, electricity generation, and more.

Academic, political, and business leaders from around the world will participate, including AIA President RK Stewart, FAIA, who will be part of a panel discussion. Senior executives from major corporations will gather with high-level government officials, researchers, and technology developers to provide a diverse, interesting, and comprehensive view of the role energy efficiency must play in planning and development.

AIA members have until close of business on October 17 to receive the $800 Alliance Associate registration rate (subsequent rates are $900 after the 17th, and $1,050 after November 9). To find out more, visit To receive the discount, be sure to add “—AIA” after your firm name when registering.

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