NEW ENGLAND ENERGY PROFESSIONALS TO GATHER IN MASSACHUSETTS THIS MAY
NECA and CPES Host the 23rd Annual New England Energy Conference and Exposition
Needham, MA (March 18, 2016) Northeast Energy and Commerce Association (NECA) and the Connecticut Power and Energy Society (CPES) are pleased to announce their 23rd annual joint New England Energy Conference and Exposition (#NEECE16) the fundamental gathering place of New England’s energy professionals and exhibitors. The NEECE event will be held Tuesday through Wednesday, May 10-11, 2016, at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel in North Falmouth, MA.
“We are so excited to welcome everyone back to the 23rd annual NEECE event being held at the gorgeous Sea Crest Beach Hotel in Falmouth, Massachusetts,” said NECA Executive Director Lois Lawson. “Our agenda is filled with cutting edge energy experts and exhibitors. If you can only make one conference this spring, this is the one to put on your calendar. “
This year’s two-day event features:
- Keynote Address by Stephen Whitley, President and CEO (Retired) NYISO
- Panel: New England's Energy Balancing Act
- Panel: Restructured Energy Markets & the Grid of the Future: Can they work together?
- Panel: Cutting Carbon: Stop or Step on the Gas
- Panel: Energy of Tomorrow - Not Your Mother's Centralized Power Plant!
- Breakfast Roundtable
- Golf Tournament at The Golf Club, Falmouth, MA
To sponsor or exhibit at this event, contact NECA Executive Director, Lois Lawson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Connecticut Power & Energy Society (CPES) is Connecticut’s leading association of energy professionals; dedicated to generating information, sharing ideas, and educating Connecticut about energy. www.ctpower.org
The Northeast Energy and Commerce Association (NECA) is New England's oldest and most broadly-based, non-profit trade association serving the competitive electric power industry. Founded in 1985, NECA's purpose is to facilitate an open forum among all electric power stakeholders to foster the development and maturation of competitive power markets. www.necanews.org