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Energy efficiency's great potential

Free on-demand webcast (originally broadcast Wednesday, September 23, 2009) | Length: 57 min

Presented by Energy Center Research Director Steve Kihm and former Executive Director Susan Stratton

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tag cloudWith the advent of concern for climate change, energy efficiency has risen to prominence as the primary resource for meeting consumers' energy needs. In this presentation, Susan Stratton and Steve Kihm present compelling research findings that energy efficiency is justified not only on broad environmental and social policy grounds, but on economic grounds as well. In a carbon-constrained world, discover why energy efficiency is the economic and environmental resource of choice.

The Energy Center has conducted its own analysis and reviewed other studies from the Midwest and across the nation, which taken together, consistently show great potential to meet energy needs economically through savings in the residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural sectors.

Join Susan Stratton and Steve Kihm for an overview of the findings of potential studies that examined Wisconsin, Iowa and the Midwest including:

These findings help provide insight into how energy efficiency fits into overall energy policy.

Who should view this webcast?

This presentation is designed for executives, legislators, policymakers and professionals in the energy field, and offers a high-level overview and analysis of current research into energy efficiency's favorable costs relative to energy supply options that are available under carbon constraints.

About the series

webinar series imageWe are moved to accelerate our work by a growing sense of urgency driven by global climate change. This free webinar series showcases our recent projects, papers, research and other efforts to position efficiency as our nation's first energy resource.