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April[masked]am - 330pm Free Great Energy Efficiency Day Dirksen SOB G-50

From: Philo C.
Sent on: Sunday, April 6, 2008 2:31 PM
This event is mid-week.  Many people would have to take a vacation day to attend all of the event.
Note that the registration internet page also enables email list registration, which can be done spearately from event registration.
 Alliance to Save Energy

Great Energy Efficiency Day GEED:  Gearing Up for an Energy Constrained World
Wednesday April[masked]am - 330pm 
 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Room G-50  (near 1st and C Streets NW - Union Station Metro one  long block)

Launched in 2004, the Great Energy Efficiency Day has quickly become a ���must attend��� discussion on the need for, and benefits of, energy efficiency, drawing more than 400 stakeholders from business, industry, government, academia, the media and the public interest sector. The event features the leading energy voices in energy efficiency addressing timely issues and provides insight from Capitol Hill with keynote addresses from congressional members.


Online registration for GEED is now available. While attendance at GEED is free of charge, you must register as space is limited.


The full day���s events are available in a detailed agenda.


The Great Energy Efficiency Day 2008 will take place at the Dirksen Senate Office Building, Room G-50. 


Breakfast and lunch will be provided during the event, allowing participants valuable networking time to meet with Congressional staff and energy leaders.


The Great Energy Efficiency Debate will take place on Capitol Hill in the Dirksen Senate Office Building, Room G-50. Room G-50 is nearest to the corner of 1st and C Streets, NE.

Getting to Capitol Hill by Metro:

Using the Metro is highly recommended, as parking in the area is limited. Take the Metro Red Line to the Union Station stop. The Dirksen building is located 1 block south of Union Station, and is a 5 to 10 minute walk.

Getting to Capitol Hill by Car:

Parking is available at Union Station, and there is also very limited street parking in the area.

Phillip J. "Philo" Collins
801 Pennsylvania Avenue NW  PH6
Washington, DC [masked]-6090
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