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    Energy Efficiency Market Transformation Opportunities for Texas

    A workshop jointly sponsored by Public Citizen, with the Texas Energy Efficiency Partnership and the Electrical Utility Marketing Managers of Texas (EUMMOT).

    Thompson Conference Center
    Austin, TX
    September 13, 2007

    Opening/Introduction
    Welcome: Alan Ahrens, Chairman, EUMMOT
    Views of the Challenge and Opportunity

    “Outside the Box”:
    Session Chair: Price Robertson, Oncor

    Commercial Programs:
    Session Chair: Jay Zarnikau, Frontier Associates

    Residential Programs:
    Session Chair: Tom Fitzpatrick, Public Citizen

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