Friday, July 12, 2013
Sorry for the late notice but want to alert you to an easy-to-get-to regional event on
Monday afternoon in Philadelphia that may be of value if you are involved in, or
interested in, the future of energy technology.
The New Jersey Technology Council is sponsoring the networking event (from 4 to 6)
for executives at Energy, Environmental, Educational and Non Profit organizations.
Keynote speakers are Laurie Actman, Deputy Director, Department of Energy's EEB Hub, and Paul Sotkiewicz, Chief Economist, PJM Interconnection.
The pair will field questions from a panel that includes:
Robert Berta, Sales Manager, Silicon Power Corporation;
George Boyajian, VP, Business Development, Primus Green Energy; John Dempsey, Energy Efficiency Manager, Constellation Energy and Kelly Lewis, President, Lewis Strategic.
Frank Brill, the editor of EnviroPolitics, also will serve as a panelist and hopes you'll introduce yourself so he can learn a bit about your company.
David N. Farsiou, a partner at, Woodcock, Washburn, will moderate the discussion.
David's intellectual property law firm is hosting the event at its offices adjacent to Amtrak's 30th Street Station in Philadelphia. (Circa Center, 12th Floor, 2929 Arch Street). Very convenient. You can forget about driving and parking. Just hop on any train in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware that leads to 30th Street and get some work done while you're en-route.
NJTC's Paul Frank, also has arranged for two work-group sessions from 3 to 4.
You have your choice of attending an informal session on:
Alternative Energy (NEI Corporation, Primus Green Energy and Silicon Power Corporation)
or...Smart Cities....Smart Regions (Drexel University and Insperity).
Click the link for more information, fees, and registration