HOW ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE CAN FURTHER ROCHESTER ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Registration and Breakfast: 7:30 a.m.
Panel Discussion: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Rochester Riverside Convention Center
*Online registration is now closed but there are a limited number of seats available.
Please contact Jessica Sims at 585.363.7271 or email@example.com to reserve.
Please join Phillips Lytle LLP, Greater Rochester Enterprise and the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce for this in-depth interactive discussion on the transformation of the New York energy sector. Has the lack of “energy ready” sites limited Rochester area economic growth? What does transforming the energy industry under the Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) initiative mean to businesses?
Topics to be discussed by industry experts:
• New York’s Evolving Electric Grid
• A Market View: Speculative Energy Infrastructure to Advance Business Expansion and Shovel-Ready Sites
• A Utility View: Energy Infrastructure Planning to Advance Economic Development and to Respond to Distributed Energy Resources
• Use of Microgrids as a Distributed Energy Resource • Impact on Business and Business Opportunities: Legislative and Regulatory Landscape Shaping Energy Pricing and Policy
Who should attend?
- Real Estate Developers
- Economic Development Officials
- Government Officials
- Energy Developers
- Commercial and Industrial Energy Consumers
- Architects and Engineers
Robert Duffy: President & CEO, Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce
Matt Hurlbutt: President & CEO, Greater Rochester Enterprise
Bradley Jones: President & CEO, NYISO
David Flynn: Partner & Energy Practice Team Leader, Phillips Lytle LLP
John Bay: President & CEO, Arcadia Energy
Dennis Elsenbeck: Head of Energy and Sustainability
Steven Hyde: President & CEO, Genesee County Economic Development Center
Joseph Rizzo: Manager and Economic Development, NYSEG and RG&E