Wednesday, September 6

8:00 – Complimentary Breakfast
9:00 – Welcome & Keynote
Speaker: Senator Troy Singleton (Majority Whip, NJ State Senate)

10:00 – Panel
National Funding, Local Impact: Deploying Federal Incentives at State Energy Offices
Speakers: David Althoff (PA DEP), Maddie Koewler (NASEO), & Catherine Klinger (Gov. Murphy’s Governor’s Office of Climate Action)
Moderator: Camille Moore (American Association of Blacks in Energy)

11:15 – Panel
Perspectives on Decarbonization
Speakers: Patrick Migliaccio (NJ Natural Gas), Carolyn Sloan (Oracle), Leo Sommaripa (DNV), & J.R. Tolbert (Advanced Energy United).
Moderator: Theo Love (Green Energy Economics Group)

12:30 – Lunch

1:45 – Panel
New Jersey’s Energy Efficiency Landscape
  Mike Ambrosio (NJCEP), Susanna Chiu (PSE&G), Anne-Marie Peracchio (NJNG), & Stacy Ho Richardson (BPU)
Moderator: John Kolesnik (EEA, KEEA, & EEA-NJ)

3:15 – Panel
Pennsylvania’s Energy Efficiency Landscape
 Rob Altenburg (PennFuture), Kathy MacWilliams (PECO), & Tom McAteer (PPL)
Moderator: Andrew Dieck (Performance Systems Development)

4:30 – Networking Happy Hour

Thursday, September 7

8:00 – Complimentary Breakfast

9:00 – Second Keynote
 Christine Guhl-Sadovy (Commissioner, NJBPU)

9:45 – Panel
Multiple Challenges, Multiple Opportunities: Energy Efficiency & Multifamily

Speakers: John Jensen (MaGrann Associates), Lindsey Samsi (Pennrose), Lisa Shulock (Philadelphia Energy Authority), & Brendan Thomas (CMC Energy)
Moderator: Julie de Seve (CLEAResult)

11:15 – Panel
Raising the Bar: Pushing Building Performance Standards With Emerging Strategies

Speakers: Philip Chao (BPU), Amanda Clevinger (Bright Power), Alex Dews (IMT), & Luke Surowiec (ICF)
Moderator: Renwick Paige (EIP)

12:30 – Lunch

1:45 – Panel
Distributed Energy Resources
Speakers: Baird Brown (Eco(n)law), Elowyn Corby (Vote Solar), Manuel Esquivel (Enel), & Russ Newbold (C-Power)
Moderator: Kevin Warren (Warren Energy)

3:00 – Closing Keynote Speaker & Remarks

4:30 – Dismissal

*Please note that schedule, content, and speakers are subject to change