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Governor and Google Rep to Speak at Energy Conference

Friday, Oct. 5, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Cromwell

CBIA and Connecticut Power & Energy Society will hold the 13th annual What’s the Deal? business energy conference. The conference will feature an address by Governor Dannel Malloy and will be the first time the public will hear about his new energy plan for Connecticut. The luncheon keynote address will be delivered by Google’s Manager of Community Affairs, Matt Dunne, who will discuss energy from the view of the world’s leading search engine.

Attendees will also hear from top industry professionals and government officials about the latest developments in natural gas, renewables, incentive programs, and technologies for lowering your company’s energy bills.

Other speakers include:

Daniel Esty
Commissioner, CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

Susan Rochford
Vice President, Energy Efficiency, Sustainability and Public Policy, Legrand North America

Stephen Tagliatela
Innkeeper, Saybrook Point Inn & Spa

Meghan Summers West
Operations Manager, CNC Software, Inc.

Anthony Marone
Vice President, Business Services, The United Illuminating Company

Richard Paglia
Vice President, Spectra Energy

James Robb
Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy & Environmental Affairs, Northeast Utilities

Gordon van Welie
President & CEO, ISO New England Inc.

Jessica Bailey
Director of Commercial & Industrial Property Assessed Clean Energy, Clean Energy Finance & Investment Authority


Program details:
Friday, Oct. 5, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Cromwell
7:00 am: Registration & continental breakfast
8:00 am-3:30 pm: Program (lunch included)
CBIA/CPES member price: $125
Nonmembers: $225

For more information and to register, visit the event’s website.