Energy Conservation Strategies: What Can We Gain?
A Corporate Partners Program Workshop
Thursday, October 20, 2011
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
California NanoSystems Institute Auditorium, UCLA
With the U.S. economy stagnating, energy conservation is poised to play an increasingly important role in efforts to improve the bottom line. Business leaders can implement a number of strategies that can improve profit margins while benefiting the environment. This interactive workshop will gather practitioners and experts to discuss key issues including the design, feasibility, and performance of sustainable commercial and residential energy uses. We will share results from research performed at UCLA and experience from practitioners. To register to attend click here.
Professor of Management
UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability
UCLA Anderson School of Management
Vice President/General Manager, Americas
Vice President of Planning, Design, and Development
AECOM Technology Corporation
Director, Environment and Resource Sustainability
Southern California Edison
Co-sponsored by the UCLA Center for Corporate Environmental Performance and the UCLA Clean Energy for Green Industry (Clean-Green) ICGERT NSF Fellowship