Searching for ways to engage on Energy Efficiency Day? Look no further! Business leaders, elected officials, and advocates will be hosting events across the U.S. and Puerto Rico during the national day of awareness about the benefits of energy efficiency.

Are you hosting an Energy Efficiency Day event? Send us an email with your event details (event name, date, location, cost, and contact information) and we’ll add it to our list.

2020 Events:

FEATURED EVENT: Energy Efficiency Day is hosting a virtual roundtable Energy Efficiency in the Time of COVID-19: How It Supports RecoveryIn a rapid-fire roundtable format, experts and policy leaders highlight the many benefits of energy efficiency, including how the sector can help put people back to work, drive economic recovery, reduce pollution, and alleviate the energy burdens of those most affected by the COVID-19 recession. The panel will also take audience questions. 

The Alliance to Save Energy and Siemens USA are hosting an online conversation, Fireside Chat: The Importance of Leveraging Public-Private Relationships to Champion EE Projects in Cities. Register here.

ANB Systems and Energy New England are hosting a webinar on October 7 for Energy Efficiency Day. Energy New England will be presenting the growth of their energy efficiency programs over the years and how they use ANB’s automation software to streamline the tracking, managing and recording of data. Register here.

The Department of Energy and Environment, Public Service Commission, Office of the People’s Council, and DC Sustainable Energy Utility is hosting a webinar on October 7th at 1 PM EST to learn helpful ways to reduce your energy use, explore District utility assistance programs, and available rebates.

Eenovators is hosting a Facebook Live Session to empower the public to learn more about energy efficiency and to update/inform our customers on how to monitor and save energy at home.  Hosted as part of a celebration of Energy Efficiency Day and #CustomerServiceWeek 2020, the event, These Energy Tips for Homes will transform the Energy Efficiency landscape in the region, will be lead by CEO Eng. Chris Mbori.

El Paso Electric is celebrating Energy Efficiency Day and offering Google Nest to customers with limited-time discounts on thermostats proven to deliver energy savings. 

Kinetic Communities Consulting and Women of Color/Collective of Sustainability is hosting a half-day virtual event (register here) to celebrate policy, the built environment, and the tools energy efficiency provides to uplift Black and brown communities. This event will bring together energy efficiency leaders, climate warriors, and building science specialists who are spearheading a just transition with one goal in mind– achieving racial and social justice through climate action.

NW Energy Coalition is hosting a webinar “How can energy efficiency programs reach vulnerable populations during COVID-19?”. Speakers include Mohit Chhabra, Natural Resources Defense Council and Charity Fain, Community Energy Project. Register here

The North American Passive House Network establishes goals and methodology that change the way architects and builders think and work, making passive house architecture itself a driver of climate, health, and social solutions. In this one-hour course, NAPHN Executive Director, Ken Levenson, dives into the basic principles, history, and the new frontiers of Passive House as it continues to challenge and change industry expectations. Register for the event on 10/7 from 5:00-6:00 pm ET.

The County of San Luis Obispo is hosting #EEDay2020 events we have planned for county staff including virtual daily activities to participate in to learn more about how to save energy, and opportunities to win prizes.

UC Davis will host the second Global Energy Managers Workshop, where facility managers, students, and faculty from around the world will meet to share and learn about energy-saving, cost management, and carbon reduction strategies. This year you can join online

You can host your own event on October 7, 2020. See a few tips on how to do it.

See a list of 2019 and 2018 Events here.