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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Summer Study 2013 Update


Summer Study videos, photos and
international events

Videos and Photos of the Summer Study

A2SE is on YouTube! What better way to kick off our YouTube channel than with two of the most requested Summer Study speaker videos: The Hon Greg Hunt (Shadow Minister for Climate Action, Environment and Heritage) and the charismatic and passionate Benoit Lebot of the United Nations Development Programme, Global Environment Facility.

Greg and Benoit's videos can be viewed on the A2SE YouTube channel. Be sure to add our channel to your subscriptions list to be notified when new videos are uploaded.

We've also popped some of our favourite Summer Study photos on our website.
Check them out at our website.

Summer Study Presentations Coming Soon

Yes – we know you're all eagerly awaiting presentations. We appreciate your patience while we prepare the presentations for our website. They will be up on our website early next week.

EE Global Forum hosted by (US) ASE

The United States Alliance to Save Energy (ASE)
 is hosting this year’s Energy Efficiency Global Forum on 20 and 21 May, 2013 in Washington DC. Public registration for this event opens 1 April. To learn more about this gathering of influential international energy efficiency professionals, please visit the EE Global website. For more information about ASE, please visit

European Summer Study Registration now open

Registration for the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy’s Summer Study in the French Riviera is open now! The event will be held from June 3-8, 2013. For more information on the event, program, venue and registration, please visit the ECEEE Summer Study website.

The 2nd A2SE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency and Decentralised Energy was a not for profit event
run by the Australian Alliance to Save Energy (A2SE).  The A2SE is an independent, not-for-profit coalition of business, government and environmental leaders. It supports the widespread introduction of the world’s best practices and technologies in energy efficiency. The organisation informs public and policy discussions on energy efficiency, demand management, environmental protection and sustainability through high quality, unbiased research. A2SE’s key research partner is the Institute for Sustainable Futures at the University of Technology, Sydney, and it has established links with global leaders in energy efficiency and decentralised energy including The American Council for an Energy Efficient Future, The Alliance to Save Energy (USA), The Energy Saving Trust (UK), The World Alliance for Decentralised Energy (WADE), European Alliance to Save Energy, the European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy and the Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy (India).

The Clean Energy Council is the peak body representing Australia’s clean energy and energy efficiency sector. It is an industry association that provides a unified voice for over 550 member companies involved in the development or deployment of technologies such as solar, wind, geothermal, hydro, wave, bioenergy, cogeneration, storage and energy efficiency.  The Clean Energy Council provides a variety of services to members but its primary role is to develop and advocate effective policy to accelerate the development and deployment of all clean energy technologies. The council also promotes awareness of the industry, thought leadership and clean energy business opportunities through industry events, meetings, newsletters, directorates and the media.  For more information visit

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