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UC Berkeley to hold September 8 conference on energy efficiency in the residential sector

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Energy Efficiency in the Residential Sector:   Practice, Policy, Prospects  

A UC Berkeley Policy & Research Conference

Thursday, September 8, 2011 

Registration & Breakfast: 7:30am // Program Begins: 8:30am 
David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way in Berkeley 
Sponsored by Berkeley Program on Housing and Urban Policy and
Co-Sponsored by the UC Center for Energy and Environmental Economics
This one-day conference will gather practitioners, experts and policymakers to discuss key issues in “green residential,” including sustainable residential energy use (design, feasibility, performance), energy efficiency in affordable housing, and government participation (policy, promotion, regulation). This is the first of three major events in “Urban Housing, Economy and Transit: Confronting A Crisis,” a 2011-2012 Conference Series on Sustainability hosted by UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design and Berkeley Law | Boalt Hall.
Registration: $95. 
Government/Nonprofit: $65. 
Free Admission for UC Berkeley / LBNL Students, Faculty & Staff. 
For information and on-line registration:

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