ADDRESSING CONNECTICUT’s CLIMATE CHANGE GOALS ON NOVEMBER 9th
CPES Hosts a Panel on Policy, Electric Distribution and Generation Perspectives
Hartford, CT (October 24, 2016) The Connecticut Power & Energy Society (CPES) welcomes you to join them for a panel discussion on Addressing Connecticut’s Climate Change Goals: Policy, Electric Distribution and Generation Perspectives on Wednesday, November 9th from 5:30 – 8:30 PM at the Courtyard Marriott, Cromwell, Connecticut.
“We want to keep our members current on Connecticut’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and how this relates to businesses and consumers across the energy spectrum," said Eric Johnson, Vice President of CPES. “November’s panel will explore the public policy driving GHG reductions, how electric distribution companies are responding, and how the mix of electric generation sources in Connecticut affects the state’s ability to achieve its goals.”
This panel’s featured speakers will include:
Keri Enright-Kato, Director, Office of Climate Change, Technology & Research Bureau of Energy and Technology Policy, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection
Tracy A. Gionfriddo, Senior Environmental Specialist Environmental Compliance and Performance, Eversource Energy
Kevin Hennessy, Director, State Policy – New England Dominion Resources
To register, please use this link. To sponsor this event, contact CPES Executive Director, Paul Brady at 203-265-0823 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsored by our Platinum Partnership Sponsor: STARION ENERGY
Contact: Jennifer MacNeil
Cell Phone: 774-258-0280
The Connecticut Power & Energy Society is Connecticut’s leading association of energy professionals; dedicated to generating information, sharing ideas, and educating Connecticut about energy. www.ctpower.org