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1 Monday, April 27 to Wednesday, April 29, 2009 Palais des Congrès de Paris Paris, France

2 Why an Energy Efficiency Global Forum? Given the Growth of World-wide Energy Demand and an increasing focus on Global Climate Change, EE Global was developed to:  Demonstrate that energy efficiency is the cheapest, quickest and cleanest resource for meeting the world’s ever-increasing demand for energy.  Foster a more vibrant, global marketplace for energy-efficient products and services.  Forge strategic alliances and partnerships among international representatives.  Educate a wide array of consumers, public and media on the benefits of, and need for, energy efficiency.  Share and migrate energy-efficiency best practices across international borders and industry sectors.

3 What Makes EE Global Unique?  Organized by international leaders from five geographic world regions: –Africa, Asia/Pacific, Europe, Latin America & North America.  Rotates between the regions with leadership for event from “Host” Region: –2007 was held in North America & was led by Senator Mark Pryor & Jeff Fettig, Chairman & CEO of Whirlpool Corporation. –2009 will be held in Paris, France & leaders to date include Niels B. Christiansen, President & CEO, Danfoss; Bracken Darrell, President Whirlpool Europe & EVP, Whirlpool Corp.; Lena Ek, MEP; Andreas Schierenbeck, CEO, Building Automation, Siemens; Nobuo Tanaka, Executive Director, International Energy Agency; Claude Turmes, MEP; and Jean-Pascal Tricoire, President and CEO, Schneider Electric.  Participation by ALL Sectors of the Economy: –Business –Building Sector –Transportation –Government –NGOs –Finance Latin America 2010 Host?? Africa Asia /Pacific 2010 Host?? North America 2007 Host Region Europe 2009 Host Region

4  November 11-14, 2007 at the Washington D.C. Convention Center  848 Total Registrants representing 33 countries –447 Registered Delegates –186 Exhibitors –160 Speakers –55 Media  Mix of Government, Business, Non-Profits –34% Government –35% Business –30% NGO and Trade Associations –40+ International Media  Senior Level Delegates –42% Executives –14% Management/Supervisor –25% Policy/Program Manager  79 exhibiting organizations representing 14,000 sq. ft. of booth space  34 sponsors EE Global 2007 by the Numbers

5 Approximately 10% of EE Global 2007 attendees submitted conference evaluations, resulting in high marks:  The Program rated a 4.16 out of 5  The Exposition rated a 4.01 out of 5  The Logistics rated a 4.54 out of 5  97% indicated they would attend another Alliance event 2007 Evaluation Highlights

6 2009 Date and Venue Paris, France Palais des Congrès de Paris Monday, April 27 to Wednesday, April 29, 2009

7  International Steering Committee (ISC) –80 participants, European Delegation of 27 participants –Government Co-Chairs: Lena Ek, MEP; Nobuo Tanaka, Executive Director, IEA; Claude Turmes, MEP –Industry Co-Chairs: Niels B. Christiansen, President & CEO, Danfoss; Bracken Darrell, President, Whirlpool Europe & EVP, Whirlpool Corporation; Andreas Schierenbeck, CEO, Building Automation, Siemens; Jean-Pascal Tricoire, President and CEO, Schneider Electric –N. American Delegation Chair: Tom Dreessen, EPS Capital Corp. –Role: To lend cache, promote the event, and guide planning.  International Program Committee (IPC) –32 confirmed members –Chair: Paolo Bertoldi, Institute for Energy - Renewable Energy Unit, European Commission –Role: To develop executive dialogue session format, topics, and speakers. Also to serve as –session chairs, responsible for organizing their session. 2009 Leadership

8 Event Format Exposition Hall: Business, Government and Other Exhibits from around the world 4 Plenary Sessions: Top business and environmental leaders engage with conference attendees 24 Executive Dialogue Sessions: 90-minute concurrent sessions organized into 4 end-use tracks (Buildings, Industry & Utilities, Transportation & Urban Planning, and Consumers & End-Use), featuring leading global voices selected by an international committee of experts and peers Networking Events: Many exciting events where business and pleasure are mixed

9 Plenary Sessions Opening Plenary Session - Energy Efficiency Policy Strategies from Around the World Monday, April 27 th from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm Confirmed Speakers: Plenary Session - Growing Economies in a Carbon-Constrained World -The Role of Energy Efficiency in the Business and Industrial Sectors Tuesday, April 28 th from 8:30 am to 10:30 am Hon. Claude Turmes Member of European Parliament (Luxembourg) Jean-Pascal Tricoire President & CEO, Schneider Electric Dr. Johannes Milde CEO, Siemens Building Technologies Hon. Lena Ek Member of European Parliament (Sweden) Niels Christiansen President & CEO, Danfoss Bracken Darrell President, Whirlpool Europe & EVP, Whirlpool Corporation Hon. Suresh Prabhu Member of Parliament Former Union Minister for Power, India Hon. Lisa Raitt Member of Parliament for Halton Ontario and Minister of Natural Resources John Fielder President Southern California Edison Thomas K. Dreessen President & CEO EPS Capital Corp.

10 Plenary Sessions Plenary and Awards Luncheon Wednesday, April 29th from 12:15 pm to 1:45 pm Award Recipients:Confirmed Speakers: Hon. Dian M. Grueneich Commissioner, California Public Utilities Commission Hon. Andris Piebalgs Energy Commissioner, European Commission Eric Pilaud EVP, Strategy, Customers & Technology, Schneider Electric National Reform & Development Commission, People’s Republic of China Fiona Harvey Energy Correspondent Financial Times Closing Plenary Session - What is the Real Potential for Energy Efficiency? – Contrasting Perspectives Wednesday, April 29th from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm Confirmed Speakers: Jean-Pierre Benqué Senior Executive VP N.A., EDF S.A. Dr. Douglas Howe Senior Director, Cambridge Energy Research Associates Hon. Jean-Louis Borloo Minister for Ecology & Sustainable Planning Development France Jaana Remes Senior Fellow, McKinsey Global Institute Björn Stigson President, WBCSD Nobuo Tanaka Executive Director IEA

11 Executive Dialogue Sessions  24 ninety-minute sessions, organized into four concurrent end- use tracks: – Buildings – Industry & Utilities – Transportation & Urban Planning – Consumer & End-Use Within each track, at least one session is dedicated to each focus: – Finance – Policy – Market Transformation – Technology  125 executive-level speakers confirmed – Representing 26 countries

12 EE Global Sponsors Founding Sponsors Danfoss Schneider Electric Siemens Whirlpool Corporation Platinum Sponsors U.S. Department of Energy, EERE Gold Sponsors Duke Energy Exxon Mobil Corporation EURIMA/ NAIMA National Grid Silver Sponsors Center for Environmental Innovation in Roofing EDF S.A. Green Grid Intel Lockheed Martin Pacific Gas and Electric Company Philips Lighting Schlumberger Southern California Edison Trane U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Bronze Sponsors 3M AREVA Edison Electric Institute EnBW Orion Energy Systems OSRAM SYLVANIA PIMA Rinnai Union Fenosa United Nations Foundation United Technologies Corporation

13 EE Global Sponsors Endorsing Organizations American Council On Renewable Energy American Chamber of Commerce in France American Public Transportation Association Association of Energy Engineers Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers Brookings Business Council for Sustainable Energy European Council for an Energy Efficient Economy International Council of Shopping Centers National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners Natural Resources Defense Council Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Partnership Third Way UK Business Council for Sustainable Energy United Nations Environment Programme World Energy Council Media Partners E&ETV European Energy Review European Voice Pleon

14 Exposition Floor Exhibitors to Date 1E 6 AEE 1 ASE 7 BEEC 2 BCAP 5 Center for Environmental 22 Innovation in Roofing CERA 29 CMIA 30 Danfoss 31 E&ETV 46 EDF 23 Embraco 38 EURIMA / NAIMA 44 European Future Energy Forum 5 ExxonMobil 47 IEA 36 Intel 26 ISOPA 37 National Grid 48 Pacific Gas & Electric Company 20 Philips Lighting 28 Pulse Energy Inc. 34 REEEP 32 Schneider Electric 42 Siemens 43 Smart Energy Home 25 Southern California Edison 21 U.S. Department of Commerce 35 U.S. Department of Energy, EERE 40 Whirlpool Corporation 41

15 Exposition Package Details Booth Package  One 9m² booth space  A company identification sign  A complimentary Internet link to your home page from the EE Global web site  A listing in the Exhibitor Directory Extra Benefits  Complimentary entrance to the Symposium Plenary Sessions  Complimentary customer passes to the Exposition on Monday, April 27  A post-symposium electronic file containing contact information for all Forum attendees Booth Price  2200€ per booth space  2000€ reduced rate for Alliance Associates, and 1800€ reduced rate for NGOs, government agencies and universities

16 How You Can Become Involved Promotion and Attendance  Encourage participation in EE Global 2009 through distribution of promotional materials  Provide the Alliance with your constituent list and we will do the promoting for you  Join one of the planning Committees  REGISTER for the event! Exposition and Sponsorship Sales  Provide the Alliance with suggestions for companies you believe should be exhibiting  Become an EE Global sponsor or exhibitor! Plenary and Executive Dialogue Sessions  Suggest speakers that you have relationships with and feel would benefit the program Ancillary Meetings  Host an ancillary meeting in conjunction with EE Global-we will assist with logistics if necessary

17 To Learn More… Visit: Visit: Contact:Kara O’Connell, Public & Corporate Relations Alliance to Save Energy 202.530.2207

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