The Washington Energy Summit is an annual conference created to examine the intersection between energy policies, resources and technologies from a global perspective. It focuses on the need to accommodate both fossil and renewable fuels, balancing support for vital traditional fuels with encouragement of promising alternatives.
The conference gathers senior public and private sector officials who help shape global energy policy, including U.S. and foreign government leaders, Members of Congress, energy industry executives, environmentalists, advocacy association leaders, academics, and journalists.
Here you will find information on the upcoming 2011 summit and past summits, including program, speakers and topics. Please visit this site again as we update information on the 2011 summit.