A few months ago, I published an article in this blog on the Compendium of Best Practices: Sharing Local and State Successes in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy from the United States, in which state and local governments share the key elements of their programs, lessons learned and what made each program a success.
The report describes more than 20 practices and their effective implementation by states or cities across the United States. It is designed to share successful program and policy models that can be easily replicated around the country, as well as adapted for implementation in emerging markets. The compendium’s overviews, insights, lessons learned and best practices were selected by a panel of U.S., Indian and Chinese energy experts.
Now, the videos from the Launch Event at Yale University are available and as it was a high level panel and some very interesting presentations, I wanted to share that with you. You can find the videos from all panels below – enjoy 🙂
Griff Thompson of the State Department introduced the launch of the Compendium of Best Practices: Sharing Local and State Successes in Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy from the United States. The event was hosted by the Yale World Fellows Program and supported by the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Partnership (REEEP), the Alliance to Save Energy, the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE), and the Asia Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate.
Bruce Schlein, Vice President of Corporate Sustainability, Citi moderated the session on Local Level Finance.
Brian Castelli, Executive Vice President for Programs & Development (ASE) moderated a session on Policy and Standards
Rohit Aggarwala, Director of New York City’s Office of Long Term Planning and Sustainability, Valerie Brown, President of the National Association of Counties and Sonoma County California Supervisor, and Greg Nickels, former Mayor of Seattle and leader of the U.S. Mayors’ Climate Protection Agreement, speak about “Leading by Example”
Distinguished experts on India and China’s renewable energy and energy efficiency practices discussed the International Perspectives