IEPEC 2017 Keynote Speaker
In 2001, after serving 11 years in Congress, Inglis went full-time into promoting free enterprise action on climate change and launched the Energy and Enterprise Initiative (“E&EI”) at George Mason University in July 2012. E&EI believes that climate change can be solved eliminating all subsidies, including the implicit subsidy of the lack of accountability for emissions. By creating a level playing field in which all costs are transparently “in” on all fuels, E&EI believes that the free enterprise system will deliver innovation faster than government regulations could ever imagine.
For his work on climate change Inglis was given the 2015 John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award. He appears in the film Merchants of Doubt and in the Showtime series YEARS of Living Dangerously (episodes 3 and 4), and he spoke at TEDxJacksonville.
Making Ambitious-Reductions Real: Accurate and Actionable Evaluation
August 8 – 10 │ August 7 – Workshops and Opening Reception
Renaissance Harborplace Hotel
Do you know an evaluator who has consistently made significant contributions to the field of energy program evaluation?
The International Energy Program Evaluation Conference is accepting nominations for the 2017 Lifetime Achievement award. This award is given to a member of the evaluation community who has consistently provided significant contributions to the energy services evaluation field.
Submit your nominations online at this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DJN6CT9. Deadline is Friday, June 2nd.
The IEPEC Board and Conference Planning Committee will review the nominations and select a candidate in July of 2017 who will be announced at the August conference. If you have questions, please contact Cara Lee (Sam) Mahany Braithwait at 608-231-2552 or email samb@CAenergy.com.
Past award winners include:
2015 – Ralph Prahl, Prahl and Associates
2013 – Jane Peters, Research Into Action and Steven Schiller, Schiller Consulting
2011 – Marian Brown, Southern California Edison
2009 – Dr. Miriam Goldberg, KEMA, Inc.
2007 – Shel Feldman, Shel Feldman Management Consulting
2005 – Nick Hall, TecMarket Works
2003 – Ed Vine, LBNL and Roger Wright, RLW Analytics
1997 – Jeff Schlegel, Schlegel and Associates
1995 – Ken Train, University of California-Berkeley
1993 – Meg Fels, Princeton University
1991 – Ken Keating, Bonneville Power Administration
1989 – Eric Hirst, Oak Ridge National Laboratory