DC shows its green side with forum on efficiency

May 31, 2013 by  

The Energy Efficiency Global Forum took place in Washington DC earlier this month, and addressed many of the concerning issues of those with the environment and resourcefulness on their minds.

Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, who had only moved into the position a week earlier, was one of the speakers at the event. There seems to be little doubt over his views on energy efficiency, as he said:

“Efficiency is going to be a big focus as we go forward.”

The conference has been in existence for five years, and in that time has accomplished a great deal in fostering environmentally sound relationships between U.S. Department of the State Members and foreign ambassadors from 10 European countries. The event also affects the private world, as it is hosted by the Alliance to Save Energy, a conglomeration of businesses promoting sustainability initiatives and economic honesty.

Events like this typically have sponsors and it is important to recognize their generosity. This can be done with catalog printing done by a local printing company. The catalog can contain the schedule of events, presenters, workshops, meals, entertainment and, most importantly, sponsoring entities.

Though prominent members of the environmental efficiency industry received invites to the forum, a limited number of spots were available to the public. Due to the popularity of the event, they needed to be booked via the website on a first-come, first-serve basis. Guests were encouraged to network and socialize at the event, so no doubt digital business cards came in handy here and there.

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