Gulf Coast Green Energy has been invited to participate in the White House Executive Order meeting of the Southeast Industrial Energy Efficiency & Combined Heat and Power Regional Dialogue Meeting in Little Rock, Arkansas on January 24, 2013 hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office in coordination with the State and Local Energy Efficiency Action Network and the Industrial Energy Efficiency Network.
The dialogue meeting will focus on developing and implementing State best practice policies and investment models that address the multiple barriers to greater investment in industrial energy efficiency Waste Heat to Power (WHP) and Combined Heat and Power (CHP).
This Southeast Dialogue Meeting will help meet objectives outlined in the August 30, 2012 Executive Order (EO) – Accelerating Investment in Industrial Energy Efficiency that sets a goal of 40 gigawatt of new, cost-effective industrial CHP capacity in the U.S. by the end of 2020. This Executive Order also directs the agencies, including DOE, with convening stakeholders, through a series of public workshops, to develop and encourage the use of best practice State policies and investment models that address the multiple barriers to investment in industrial energy efficiency Waste Heat to Power (WHP) and CHP. Participants at the meeting will engage in a dialogue about the potential for increased industrial energy efficiency in the southeast region of the United States, successful industrial WHP and CHP policy approaches, innovative policy options, and opportunities to work together to achieve the many benefits of industrial WHP energy efficiency and CHP.
Gulf Coast Green Energy has also been invited to meet on January 23, 2013 with the Arkansas PSC and the Arkansas Energy Office, a division of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission. The meeting will focus on industrial energy efficiency through new Waste Heat to Power technologies and CHP. The meeting is hosted by the Executive Director of the Arkansas Public Service Commission (APSC) and the Director of the Arkansas Energy Office (AEO)
In addition to Gulf Coast Green Energy, others invited to attend are representatives of: The Alliance for Industrial Efficiency/ David Gardiner and Associates; Advanced Energy Economy, Arkansas; The Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractor’s National Association; The Center for Clean Air Policy; The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy.
Loy Sneary, President and CEO of Gulf Coast Green Energy (GCGE) will represent GCGE at both meetings.
For more information contact:
Kimberly M. McCollum, BSEEVice President Sales & Marketing
Quality Electric Supply
6703 Peters Rest
Christiansted, VI 00820
OrLoy Sneary, President/CEO Gulf Coast Green Energy 1801 7th Street, Suite 230 Bay City, Texas 77414 email@example.com
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