10th Annual Clean Air Through Energy Efficiency Conference

Seventeenth Symposium on Improving Buildings Systems in Hot and Humid Climates

August 24-26, 2010
AT&T Conference Center
UT Austin Campus | Austin, TX
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The 2010 Clean Air Through Energy Efficiency (CATEE) Conference is the seventh in a series of air quality and energy efficiency stakeholder conferences convened by the Energy Systems Laboratory, a division of the Texas Engineering Experiment Station and a member of the Texas A&M University System.

Innovative & Interactive

Texas’ current energy and emissions reductions issues are discussed at the CATEE conference through a variety of presentations, interactive sessions and workshops targeting state policymakers, industry leaders and other energy stakeholders. The CATEE Conference is always the place to get timely information about innovative ways to reduce energy consumption and spending and to improve air quality at the same time. Within the last year, there has been an unprecedented expansion of energy efficiency projects, new technology research and development, and an increased push for more green jobs.

Participants will discover the status of model energy efficiency projects across the state, the latest in energy efficiency and energy management technologies and be updated on air quality advances and emissions reductions.