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It’s a hot topic with questions soon to be answered in the post-election fall-out: What is the energy outlook for the next Administration and Congress? Can we expect another monumental energy act to continue the deeds of EISA 2007? When will we see substantial growth in the ‘green collar’ workforce? What role will technology play in new energy policies? And – important to the Alliance to Save Energy and its allies – how and when will the government ‘ramp up’ its energy efficiency programs, which currently receive only about $3-4 billion a year? Brian Castelli, Executive VP of Programs and Development at the Alliance addressed these topics and others at his September 18th presentation to an audience at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburg, Penn., entitled Energy in the New Administration: The Integration and Synthesis of Policy, Technology & Innovation.