Energy efficiency is widely considered the low-hanging fruit of the clean energy economy, with 92,000 GWH of economic electric efficiency potential in New York State alone. Despite the opportunity, diverse barriers, including lack of customer attention and awareness, capital and financing constraints, and high customer acquisition costs inhibit scale in the market. This conversation will explore a variety of ways for the utility, third parties, and customers to procure and invest in energy efficiency and capture the cost and comfort benefits.

Moderator: Alfred Griffin, President, NY Green Bank
Andy Frank, Founder & President, Sealed
Clay Nesler, VP, Corporate Sustainability, Johnson Controls
Marisa Uchin, Director, Regulatory Affairs & Market Development, Opower