IWFA Takes Part in CEA’s Energy Day ProgramOctober 14th, 2010 | Category: Industry News
The Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) held its fourth annual Energy Day in Washington, D.C., October 12, 2010. The International Window Film Association (IWFA) joined the sustainability forum, which addressed how businesses and municipal governments have advanced their support of energy efficiency and sustainability. More than 40 members of Congress were a part of the host committee and around 30 organizations were present.
“Energy Day provides a unique stage for business leaders, government officials and their staff to share ideas on the direction that our nation’s energy policy is headed and discuss the immediate concerns of American consumers,” said CEA president David Holt. “With some areas of the nation facing 15 percent or more in unemployment rates, there should be a common sense of urgency felt throughout the business community, as well as in Washington, for developing comprehensive energy policies that will help get Americans back to work, and CEA’s broad-based membership will be echoing that sentiment on Capitol Hill today.”
“CEA is a great opportunity to debunk common misconceptions about window film and address government leaders about its key benefits,” said Darrell Smith, executive director of the IWFA. “We are excited for the opportunity to take part in the Sustainability Forum as we all push to lessen the consumption of traditional sources and reduce our carbon footprint.”