Danfoss to Discuss Doubling Energy Productivity During 2016 EE Global Forum

For the ninth year, Danfoss will sponsor and participate in the 2016 Energy Efficiency Global Forum.

John Galyen, president, Danfoss North America, will serve as a panelist on one of EE Global’s plenary sessions — Doubling Energy Productivity Through Government Leadership, which will highlight international efforts to advance energy efficiency and double energy productivity, and discuss the potential for energy productivity to play a role in achieving the Paris agreement. He will be joined by panelists Dr. Fatih Birol, executive director, International Energy Agency; Kateri Callahan, president, Alliance to Save Energy; Mark Kenber, CEO, The Climate Group and Rachel Kyte, CEO, Sustainable Energy for All.

Mark Menzer, director of public affairs, Danfoss North America, also will participate in EE Global 2016, moderating an Executive Dialogue Session on increasing energy efficiency through connected systems. Panelists will include Ralph DiNola, CEO, New Buildings Institute; Ken Smith, president and CEO, District Energy St. Paul and Rob Thornton, president and CEO, International District Energy Association.

EE Global is an invitation-only opportunity to join hundreds of executives and policymakers from across sectors, disciplines, and borders. The energy-efficiency elite will convene May 11-12 in Washington, D.C., with a goal of advancing the productivity and profitability of energy efficiency.