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NYC Energy Policy Update

Tuesday, Mar 21, 2006

Come to the March meeting of the Association of Energy Engineers, NY Chapter — aeeny.org. Energy policies in NYC are being transformed. Broad new policies are emerging to address electric capacity and the Con Ed steam system. Hear about the issues coming to the forefront. Learn about what's being recommended and discuss the future of city energy planning with the experts. EBANY and EBA Energy Taskforce are co-sponsors.

Speakers: Tim Daniels, NYC Economic Development Corporation, Richard B. Miller, Esq. Con Edison, Ruben S. Brown, energy markets consultant.

Date: Meeting on Tuesday March 21, 2006, 6:00–8:00 PM. Sandwiches, soda and networking from 5:30–6:00PM

Location: Cornell Cooperative Extension, 16 East 34th Street, 8th Floor

Registration Fee: $15 for AEE Chapter Members and $20 for the general public

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