April 19, 2013
will be the commencement speaker at Frankenmuth High School, his alma mater, on May 31. When he was 18, he gave the valedictorian address at the school.
April 10, 2013
is moderating a panel, "The Contribution of Technology to Sustainable Energy," on April 11 at the 2013 J.B. and Maurice C. Shapiro Conference, titled "Laying the Foundation for a Sustainable Energy Future: Legal and Policy Challenges," being held at George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C. The conference is the first in an anticipated series exploring the evolution of U.S. energy networks between now and 2030. Hofmeister's panel addresses "technology's disruptive character, the risks and costs of innovation, and potential rewards."
February 16, 2011
gave remarks on the importance of energy efficiency mandates at the Behavior, Energy and Climate Change Conference in Sacramento, Calif., on Nov. 15. He also addressed attendees at the annual Michigan Energy Forum on Jan. 28
in East Lansing. There, he discussed the role of energy efficiency in economic development and the role regulatory policy could play in overcoming cognitive and market barriers to cost-justified energy efficiency upgrades.