Powering the City
CHARLOTTE: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5
Overtaxed power grids, high electric bills, and air quality concerns are bringing energy issues to the forefront of municipal agendas. Investment in efficiency, energy management, and new technologies is needed, but state and federal budgets face funding challenges. As local officials rethink urban energy use for a new century, they have to grapple with the high upfront costs of retrofitting buildings both public and private. At the same time, new technologies and business models offer urban dwellers fresh options for meeting their energy needs. The Atlantic and National Journal will convene a panel of key voices from the nation’s cities and leading industries to discuss strategies for reducing energy consumption, increasing efficiency and powering the cities of the future.
CHARLOTTE EVENT LOCATION
National Journal & The Atlantic Convention Headquarters in Charlotte, NC
721 N. Tryon Street
Charlotte, North Carolina 28202
Steve Clemons, Washington Editor-at-Large for The Atlantic and Editor-in-Chief of AtlanticLIVE and QuartzLIVE.
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National Journal and The Atlantic will combine their brand strengths at the 2012 conventions for special on-site events in Tampa, Florida, and Charlotte, North Carolina. From breaking news and probing analysis of Washington policy and politics to thoughtful reconnaissance on the big ideas shaping the national conversation, National Journal and The Atlantic will provide a panoramic perspective on the world of American policy and politics during this pivotal election year.
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