February 27, 2018 – SEI Annual Energy Briefing
Leaders in the energy field will briefly review fascinating 2017 energy trends, news and events to present an overview of the 2018 energy forecast. The energy briefing will give you state, and national data, geared for a Mid-Atlantic audience. The speakers will also discuss energy finance legislation in session right now, pending pipeline legislation, and recent solar energy bills and energy codes that have been passed. Hear what it means for Southeastern Pennsylvania and how the changes in the energy economy and energy policy may affect businesses.
Who Should Attend:
Business owners small and large. Anyone who purchases energy for their company. Energy Consultants, Architects, Engineers, and developers.
Christina Simeone, Director of Policy and External Affairs, Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania
Prior to joining the Kleinman Center, Christina served as the Director of the PennFuture Energy Center for Enterprise and the Environment, where she focused on energy and climate issues that impact Pennsylvania. Additionally, Christina has experience in private environmental consulting, in the financial management sector, with the PA Department of Environmental Protection, and with the Alliance for Climate Protection, where she served as the Policy Director. She holds a Master of Environmental Studies degree from Penn, a B.A. in Economics from the University of Miami, and B.S. in Music from Drexel University.
Julian Boggs, Policy Director, KEEA
KEEA Policy Director Julian Boggs is responsible for developing and advancing KEEA’s policy agenda at the state legislature. Julian has been working to advance on clean energy policy since 2009. He has co-authored several reports evaluating the progress of Ohio utilities, and toward meeting state energy efficiency goals, and worked in Washington DC defending federal energy efficiency and renewable energy programs. Julian has a Bachelor’s degree from Colorado College and can be reached at email@example.com.
If you would like to sponsor this event, please contact Jim Lauckner at 610-321-8231.
** (Your ticket purchase will be automatically applied to a SNOW DATE of Wednesday, February 28 if a cancellation is made to February 27) ***
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