Danfoss EnVisioneering Symposium to focus on education, awareness, communication
Experts from the World Bank and grocery retailer Supervalu will headline, sharing best practices for educating customers, end users about benefits of energy-efficiency technology.
Chandra Govindarajalu, senior environmental analyst for The World Bank, and Glenn Barrett, director of energy management for grocery retailer Supervalu, will headline the sixth Danfoss EnVisioneering symposium, “Breaking Through: Creating an Informed Energy-Efficiency Technology Marketplace,” on
Barrett will address the topic, “The Built Environment: An Informed End-User Perspective,” while Govindarajalu will discuss “Education for Energy Efficiency: Experience Abroad.”
“Creating a 21st century culture of energy efficiency starts with effective steps to educate key players in the marketplace,” said John Galyen, president of Danfoss Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning, North America.
This is the third symposium that Danfoss will host this year, and the sixth in the past two years.
Symposium 1 %%MDASSML%% “Innovation and the Emerging Energy Challenge”
Symposium 2 %%MDASSML%% “The Future of Energy Efficiency: The Role of States”
Symposium 3 %%MDASSML%% “Energy Futures: America Responds to 21st Century Energy Challenges”
Symposium 4 %%MDASSML%% “Building Global Energy-Efficient Solutions”
Symposium 5 %%MDASSML%% “Making Dollars and Sense of Energy Efficiency: A Focus on Conservation”
At the Oct. 23 event, Danfoss will reveal details about symposia events planned for 2008.
For more information go to www.envisioneering.danfoss.com/symposium .
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