37th IAEE International Conference

New York City - June 15-18, 2014

"Energy and the Economy"


The 37th IAEE International Conference will take place in New York City between June 15 and 18, 2014, and will focus on the relationship between economic growth and energy. This relationship grows ever more important as economies around the world struggle to reinvigorate themselves and to develop energy resources in sensible, sustainable ways. Can economic growth be stimulated even with pressure to reduce if not forego certain forms of energy for environmental or safety reasons? Alternatively, can energy development be a major force that stimulates economic growth? What policy framework would maximize the contribution of energy to growth while encouraging efficient use as well as efficient substitution of sustainable for less sustainable sources?

The Administrator of the US Energy Information Administration has committed to address the opening session of the Conference on the renaissance in U.S. energy and what it means for the country and the world. Ten plenary sessions will feature high level policy makers along with leaders in business and academia.  This year's program will include a record number of concurrent sessions with 330 participants representing all sectors of our energy economics' community.

Early registrations indicate that we may soon reach our planned capacity of 550 participants.  If you have not made your plans to attend, don't delay.  It's going to be a conference that you won't want to miss!

Registration forms and complete information about the conference can be found at: www.usaee.org/usaee2014/.