BECC 2011   |   November 30 - December 2, 2011   |   Washington, DC

Select a Session Below:

Tuesday, November 29, Kick-Off & Networking Event
Wednesday Morning, November 30, Opening Plenary and Concurrent Sessions 1
Wednesday Afternoon, November 30, Concurrent Sessions 2 (1:45-3:15)
Wednesday Afternoon, November 30, Concurrent Sessions 3 (3:45-8:00)
Thursday Morning, December 1, Plenary & Concurrent Sessions 4
Thursday Afternoon, December 1, Concurrent Sessions 5 (1:45-3:15)
Thursday Afternoon, December 1, Concurrent Sessions 6 (3:45-7:00)
Friday Morning, December 2, Concurrent Sessions 7 & Closing Plenary
Friday Afternoon, December 2, Post Conference Event
Poster Presentations Wednesday, November 30
Poster Presentations Thursday, December 1
  THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 1
3:45 Concurrent Sessions 6:
6A

SOCIALLY CONSERVING: MAKING EFFICIENCY MATTER FOR PEOPLE, APPLIANCES AND PRACTICES

Moderator: Brent Barkett, Navigant Consulting

Building Occupant Peer Networks and Energy Consumption/Conservation Practice Diffusion
Rishee Jain, Columbia University
Intelligent Billing In Chicago: What Can We Learn From The First Large Trial of Itemized Electric Bills?
Kevin Ashton, Belkin
Button Up Vermont Home Energy Efficiency Campaign
Paul Markowitz, Efficiency Vermont
6B

LIGHTNING SESSION: CHANGE SNAPSHOTS: FROM IT TO LAB FUMES, THE UK TO CHINA

Moderator: Bruce Ceniceros, Sacramento Municipal Utilities District

6C

SENSING PEOPLES' BEHAVIOR: INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUES TO FIND OUT WHAT'S REALLY HAPPENING

Moderator: Craig Isakow, Johnson Controls

6D

LONG-TERM BEHAVIOR CHANGE: PERSISTENCE AND ENABLING POLICIES AND TECHNOLOGIES

Moderator: David E. Blockstein, Council of Energy Research and Education Leaders, National Council for Science & Environment

The Importance and Potential of Long-Term Behavior Change: GHG Reductions From Habitual Behavior Changes in Future Low-Carbon Energy Systems
Max Wei, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
How Long Do Behavioral Effects Last? Retention Results and Their Effect on Cost-Effectiveness of Social Marketing and Behavioral Programs
Lisa Skumatz, Skumatz Economic Research Associates (SERA)
Is It Going to Be There? Risks of Behavioral Savings in Supply-Side Planning
Summer Goodwin, Bonneville Power Administration
Long-Term Scenarios for Deep GHG Reductions
Pete Erickson, Stockholm Environment Institute
6E

STANFORD PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT: FOUNDATION TO IMPLEMENTATION

Moderator: June Flora, Stanford University

6F

THE SUM IS GREATER THAN ITS PARTS: SUCCESSFUL PARTNERSHIP MODELS

Moderator: Cathy DuBois, Kent State University

5:15

"MADMEN MEETS BECC: 2011 FILM FEST & HAPPY HOUR"

With Host Bill LeBlanc, E Source

Come see some short, entertaining videos & ads, discuss their pros/cons, and talk about better solutions to motivate behavior change. Guaranteed laughs and education. Drinks, hors d'oeuvres can't hurt, either and start promptly at 5:15-Films start at 5:30 and ends around 6:30.
7:00 PARTICIPANT ORGANIZED SESSIONS