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How Will Energy Infrastructure Advance Albany’s Economic Development?

June 12, 2018: 7:30 am - 10:00 am

Presented by Phillips Lytle LLP

There is a direct connection between energy and economic development. With New York State’s objective to transform the energy sector to promote de-centralized supply with localized demand and flexibility through distributed energy resources, this is an interesting time for business and economic development planning stakeholders to define what they see as the market need.

Hear from industry experts on:

Why energy is a priority in advocacy and what are the business opportunities.

Site selector perspectives on what is needed in terms of energy infrastructure to promote economic development.

How to incorporate alternative energy solutions in future development.

What the energy market drivers are in the Albany Region.


Diane X. Burman, New York State Public Service Commissioner
Dennis Elsenbeck,
Head of Phillips Lytle Energy Consulting Services and former U.S. Director of International Utility Company
Andrew Kennedy,
President & CEO, Center for Economic Growth
Jeff Mirel,
Executive Vice President, Rosenblum Companies

Moderated by:

David Flynn, Partner and Energy Practice Team Leader, Phillips Lytle, LLP

To register, please visit AlbanyBuinessReview.com/events or contact Cassie Papandrea.




June 12, 2018
7:30 am - 10:00 am


The Century House
997 New Loudon Rd
Latham, 12110 United States
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