(Los Angeles, CA) – Continuing his call for a massive expansion of commercial retrofit activity in California, State Senator Kevin de León is convening a hearing of the Select Committee Energy Efficiency to examine California’s shortfall of investment in energy efficiency and to highlight the tremendous opportunity that could create huge gains in energy savings, greenhouse gas emission reductions, and job creation for California’s hard-hit construction industry. A recent study commissioned by the CPUC estimates a need of more than $4 billion per year in capital investment to reach California’s goals.
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
10:30a.m. – 1:30p.m.
Century Plaza Towers
2029 Century Park East Concourse Level, Room A and B
Los Angeles, CA 90067
Utilities Overview of Energy Efficiency Programs: How much have we retrofitted?
Janice Berman, Senior Director of Customer Energy Solutions, Policy and Integrated Planning
Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Ted Reguly, Director of Customer Programs and Assistance, SDG&E
Gillian Wright, Director of Customer Programs and Assistance, Southern California Gas Company
Gene Rodrigues, Director, Customer Energy Efficiency and Solar Division,
Southern California Edison
Lorraine Paskett, Senior Assistant General Manager, Sustainability Programs and External Affairs
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
Public Utilities Commission: Update on Energy Efficiency Programs and Public Goods Charge
Jeanne Clinton, Special Advisor for Energy Efficiency, California Public Utilities Commission
Energy Efficiency Industry and Capital Markets: Policies Government Can Implement to Expedite Energy Efficiency Retrofits
Commercial Real Estate
Brad Cox, Senior Managing Director, Trammel Crow Company
Sara Neff, Director, Sustainability Program, Kilroy Realty Corporation
Jack Nourafshan, President, Reliable Properties
David Hodgins, Director, Sustento Group
Bob Hinkle, President/CEO, Metrus Energy, Inc.
Alan Strachan, Director, Global Legacy Foundation
Miriam Wrobel, Director, Municipal Securities Division, Citi