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Bloomberg New Energy Finance & the Business Council for Sustainable Energy Sustainable Energy in America Factbook

CHP Association Executive Board member Joe Allen will be the speaker on CHP at the release of the Bloomberg New Energy Finance and the Business Council for Sustainable Energy 2014 Sustainable Energy in America Factbook.  Information from the Business Council for Sustainable Energy below.

 

Bloomberg New Energy Finance & the Business Council for Sustainable Energy 

Cordially invite you to the Release of the 2014

Sustainable Energy in America Factbook

Event Details

Date:         Thursday, February 6, 2013
Time:         12:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST, Briefing & Lunch will be provided
Location:    Offices of Bloomberg New Energy Finance, 1101 K Street, NW, Washington, DC, 5th Fl.

Why Attend 

Over the past five years, the US economy has continued its shift to the increased production and consumption of lower-carbon energy. Join Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) and the Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE) for the release of the Sustainable Energy in America Factbook to find out more about what happened in this complex US energy transformation in 2013 and the reasons why.

In 2013, some clean energy technologies solidified their market shares and gained traction while others were stymied by stalled policy activity that could have propelled further growth. The second edition of the Factbook will detail this and other trends while offering fresh analysis of the “state of sustainable energy” in the United States.

The Factbook includes new data on:

  • Clean energy investment and deployment levels in the states
  • Energy efficiency, biomass, biogas, and waste-to-energy industries  
  • “Smart” technologies that aim to improve productivity and lower costs for consumers and businesses
  • Emerging trends such as “resilient” energy infrastructure and distributed generation

The Factbook is an objective and quantitative report that provides up-to-date (through year-end 2013), accurate market intelligence about the broad range of industries – energy efficiency, renewable energy and natural gas – that are contributing to the country’s rapid shifts in energy production, distribution and use.  These sectors are no longer sources of “alternative” energy, but are quickly embedding themselves into the mainstream fabric of the US energy economy.

You are invited to hear more about the Factbook’s 2014 findings and the latest industry trends from BNEF and a panel of clean energy industry executives from the BCSE. 

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