Announcing BECC’s Tuesday Keynote: The Present and Future of Electrification in America’s Homes

The countdown is on for BECC 2023!

EcoBlock’s Amy Dryden, along with Alex Laskey of Rewiring America, will be keynote speakers for the second day of the Behavior, Energy, and Climate Change (BECC) Conference, the premier conference focused on understanding human behavior and decision-making and using that knowledge to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon future. Since 2007, BECC has fostered understanding of individual and organizational behavior and decision-making related to energy usage, greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, and sustainability.

Headshots of Alex Laskey and Amy Dryden with geometric shapes in the background. Text reads: The Present and Future of Electrification in America's Homes: Alex Laskey in Conversation with Amy Dryden

Alex Laskey is the Founder and Executive Chair at Rewiring America, a leading electrification nonprofit focused on electrifying homes, businesses, and communities. Rewiring America develops accessible, actionable data and tools, and builds coalitions and partnerships to make going electric easier for households and communities. Alex is also the Founder and former President of Opower, the global leader in cloud-based software for the utility industry.

Amy Dryden serves as the Director of Strategic Innovation at the Association for Energy Affordability (AEA). She leads business development initiatives, supports program design and implementation, and spearheads research and development projects focused on decarbonization, indoor air quality and health, and advanced energy technologies. Amy brings more than 20 years of experience in residential green building design and construction, consulting, and planning, and is passionate about advancing the industry to deliver resilient and healthy housing in a decarbonized future.

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