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Alliance to Save Energy joins World Climate Summit

United Kingdom
The World Climate Summit
07/10/2010

Washington, Brussels, London, Copenhagen, Mexico City

The Alliance to Save Energy, (ASE) has joined the World Climate Summit, as an Industry Partner.

As such, this partnership entails speaking at the event, and co-promoting WCS to their members in Washington and the US.


Kateri Callahan, President, Alliance to Save Energy said, “The Alliance to Save Energy is pleased to partner with the World Climate Summit to engage the world’s top business leaders in the importance of energy efficiency within the climate change solutions dialogue. Our work in promoting energy efficiency has contributed significantly to lowering greenhouse gas emissions. Moreover, we are committed to advancing energy efficiency as the cheapest, quickest and cleanest means for tackling the global challenge of climate change, as well as creating a new, clean energy economy.”

The World Climate Summit 2010 is the beginning of a new, open and collaborative global 10-year initiative dedicated to helping governments, businesses and financiers accelerate solutions to climate change. The World Climate Summit is bringing more than 300 leading companies, investors and government leaders to implement, scale and collaborate on bottom-up solutions to climate change to help reach regional and global 2020 targets.

“Energy efficiency will be a big topic at the World Climate Summit, and it is fantastic to bring one of the most influential associations from the US to the event.” Jens Nielsen & Michael Mathres, Founders, World Climate Summit

About The Alliance to Save Energy: The Alliance to Save Energy is a coalition of prominent business, government, environmental and consumer leaders who promote the efficient and clean use of energy worldwide to benefit consumers, the environment, the economy, and national security.

Founded in 1977, the Alliance to Save Energy is a non-profit coalition of business, government, environmental and consumer leaders. The Alliance to Save Energy supports energy efficiency as a cost-effective energy resource under existing market conditions and advocates energy-efficiency policies that minimize costs to society and individual consumers, and that lessen greenhouse gas emissions and their impact on the global climate. To carry out its mission, the Alliance to Save Energy undertakes research, educational programs, and policy advocacy, designs and implements energy-efficiency projects, promotes technology development and deployment, and builds public-private partnerships, in the U.S. and other countries. For more information please visit (www.ase.org).

About the World Climate Summit: In partnership with CNN International, TIME, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal Europe, Dow Jones, E!Sharp, The Climate Group, The Prince of Wales's Corporate Leaders Group, UN Global Compact, UN Environment Programme Finance Initiative, The World Bank, the International Finance Corporation, Carbon Disclosure Project, ICLEI (Local Governments for Sustainability), Bright Green, the Club of Beijing, Richard Branson's Carbon War Room, and the Mexican Government's ProMexico, The World Climate Summit (www.worldclimatesummit.com) is the business conference accelerating solutions to climate change during the UNFCCC COP 16, Cancun, Mexico. The World Climate Summit will convene the world’s leading businesses, financiers, and governments, so that they can finance, implement and scale, local and global solutions. This high-profile 2-day summit will take place on December 4-5th at the Ritz-Carlton, Cancun, Mexico. The World Climate Summit is an initiative managed by World Climate Ltd.

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