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Meeting Demand

Wednesday, Aug 3, 2011

Plug into Meeting Demand: The Policy & Politics Behind New York's Energy Outlook and join a conversation on the policy and politics surrounding New York's energy outlook, including system stability and reliability, economic development impacts, environmental issues, public safety, and long-term planning and sustainability.

Sponsors: City Hall News, New York Building Congress and the New York League of Conservation Voters.

Introducer: Richard T. Anderson, President - New York Building Congress

Moderator: John Gilbert, COO/EVP - Rudin Management.

Speakers: Ashok Gupta, Director of Energy Policy - Natural Resources Defense Council; Jerry Kremer, Former Chairman - NYS Assembly Ways & Means Committee, Chairman - Empire Government Strategies; Kevin Lanahan, Government Relations Director - Con Edison; Ray Long, Vice President, Government Affairs - NRG Energy, Inc.; Sergej Mahnovski
Senior Advisor & Director - NYC DEP Office of Energy Policy and Infrastructure

Date: Wednesday, August 3, 8:00-8:30 breakfast, 8:30-10:00 panel + Q&A

Location: Baruch College, Newman ConferenceCenter, 151 East 22nd Street

RSPV: City Hall News

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