Experts Discuss Increasing Energy Efficiency in Congressional Briefing on Capitol Hill
"Road to the New Energy Economy" briefing series continues
View a video of the September 17, 2009, Hill event on "The Road to the New Energy Economy: Increasing Efficiency."
On September 17, DISCOVER magazine's noontime, congressional briefing series examines how new technology could make homes, businesses, factories and vehicles radically more efficient than they are today. Top experts discuss how increasing energy efficiency can produce a cleaner more economical world, regardless of where tomorrow's energy comes from.
These congressional briefings are open to the press. The National Science Foundation, IEEE-USA, and ASME jointly host the briefing with DISCOVER magazine.
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