San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
You are cordially invited to the
2013 Efficiency Council Annual Meeting and Celebration
Member Meeting Guest Speakers:
Assemblymember Richard Bloom, California State Assembly
Commissioner Mike Florio, California Public Utilities Commission
Commissioner Andrew McAllister, California Energy Commission
Steve Berberich, CEO of California ISO
And many more…
Dinner Celebration Featuring Guest Speaker:
Dave Olsen, Former CEO of Patagonia, Inc. and current CAISO Board Member
Special Award Presentation for:
Dr. Arthur H. Rosenfeld
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Sir Francis Drake Hotel at 450 Powell Street, San Francisco
Member Meeting: 8:30AM - 5:30PM (Members only)
We look forward to your attendance at the all-day annual member meeting. Come gather with fellow members, hear about the latest Council activity and plans for the coming year, discuss policy trends and other items of interest to the efficiency industry in California, participate in thought-provoking break-out sessions and hear from leading speakers on topics relevant to your business in the upcoming year.
Reception and Dinner Celebration: 5:30PM - 10:00PM (Open to all)
The Efficiency Council is excited to bring together our state's energy efficiency community in celebration of the Council's successes over the past year and future endeavors. Continuing on at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel, the evening will begin with a cocktail reception followed by a dinner featuring a keynote speech. All are welcome at the evening Reception and Dinner Celebration. Representatives of non-member companies and other individuals interested in supporting energy efficiency are encouraged to attend. Also, please feel free to invite spouses/guests.
The agenda for both the daytime Member Meeting and the evening Reception and Dinner Celebration can be viewed here.
Members are allowed 2 free admission tickets to the daytime Member Meeting; any additional tickets are $50 per person. Only Efficiency Council members may attend.
Reception and Dinner Celebration
All are welcome at the evening dinner celebration, including spouses and other guests. Representatives of companies that are prospective members, as well as any individuals interested in supporting energy efficiency, are encouraged to attend. Registration is $125 per attendee ($100 for government/non-profit/student).
Contact the Efficiency Council via email with any questions or concerns.
Cancellation, Refunds and Transferability
Cancellations must be received via email by October 25, 2013 and will be subject to a 10% processing fee. Unfortunately, if a cancellation is received on or after October 25th, we will be unable to provide a refund. All cancellations and refunds will be processed after the event.
Registrations are transferable; contact the Efficiency Council via email to arrange registration transfer.
The Sir Francis Drake Hotel is centrally located in the Union Square area of San Francisco. The hotel is a easily reached by a four-block walk from the Powell BART Station. For those members who will be traveling from out-of-town or who may wish to book an overnight stay, the Efficiency Council has negotiated a significantly discounted rate of $349 per night for our members at the event venue, the Sir Francis Drake Hotel.
To make a reservation, contact the Sir Francis Drake Hotel's Albert Sabado at 415-395-8546 or via email at email@example.com. When speaking with Albert, please request the California Energy Efficiency Industry Council rate in order to ensure that you are charged properly. The rate is guaranteed for either (or both) Tuesday, October 29th and Wednesday, October 30th.
Alternative accommodations near Union Square include:
Prescott Hotel, 545 Post Street, SF
Hotel Triton, 342 Grant Avenue, SF
Larkspur Hotel, 524 Sutter Street, SF
When & Where
California Energy Efficiency Industry Council
The Efficiency Council is a statewide trade association of non-utility companies that provide efficiency and demand response products and services in California. Our member businesses, now numbering over 70, include implementation and evaluation experts, engineering and architecture firms, contractors, financing experts, energy service companies, workforce training entities, and manufacturers of energy efficiency products and equipment. Our mission is to support appropriate energy efficiency policies, programs, and technologies that create sustainable jobs and foster long-term economic growth, stable and reasonably priced energy infrastructures, and environmental improvement.
Our website is www.efficiencycouncil.org