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Saturday, September 28 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
The Road to Energy Efficiency

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Jim Malewitz

Reporter, The Texas Tribune
Malewitz covers energy for the Tribune. Before arriving, he spent two years covering energy and environmental issues for Stateline, a nonprofit news service in Washington, D.C. A native of Michigan, Jim has an undergraduate degree from Grinnell College in Iowa. He also holds a master’s from the University of Iowa, where he helped launch the nonprofit Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism.

Speakers
avatar for Kip Averitt

Kip Averitt

Former State Senator; Former Chair, Senate Natural Resources Committee
Averitt is a certified public accountant and a state and local tax consultant for Ryan & Company. Averitt was elected to represent SD-22 in 2002. He previously served in the Texas House of Representatives for nearly 10 years. Averitt is the former chairman of the Senate Committee on Natural Resources and also served on the Senate Business and Commerce, Education, Finance and Higher Education committees. 
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Doyle Beneby

President and CEO, CPS Energy
Beneby leads CPS Energy, which serves the greater San Antonio area, and is the largest municipal electric and gas utility in the nation. He serves on the board of directors for several corporate and industry organizations, including Capital Power Corporation, Keystone Energy, the American Gas Association, the Texas Public Power Association and the American Public Power Association.
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Deborah Kimberly

Vice President for Distributed Energy Services, Austin Energy
Kimberly joined Austin Energy in 2013 as vice president of distributed energy services. She has worked in the utility industry for over 30 years, with more than 22 years at Salt River Project, one of Arizona’s largest utilities, where she had responsibility for energy-efficiency product design and implementation, measurement and evaluation, and market research.
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Laura Spanjian

Sustainability Director, City of Houston
In 2010, Spanjian joined the city of Houston as sustainability director, where she is responsible for projects and initiatives that improve air, land and water quality, and support and expand renewable energy and efficiency. She previously served in roles at the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission and San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.


Saturday September 28, 2013 1:45pm - 2:45pm
College of Liberal Arts Rm. 0.126

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