Energy Pathways

Clean Energy Models for the Global Market

Wednesday, May 29, 2019
8:00 – 8:30 AM Registration, Networking & Breakfast
8:30 – 10:00 AM Program

Independence Mall West
150 N. 6th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19106
Low-carbon technologies will play a leading role in the future of energy production. The global market’s rising demand for energy efficient solutions requires that businesses respond accordingly by adopting cleaner energy models.

Regional companies across a number of industries are already making necessary strides towards decarbonization with the introduction of electric vehicles and technologies, “green” buildings and facilities, renewables, and alternative fuels. In order to contend in the global marketplace, it is vital that companies follow suit by taking full advantage of current low-carbon options and developing new models and technologies to power the energy landscape.

Join us as Arshad Mansoor, Senior Vice President, R&D Electric Power Research Institute, and a series of industry frontrunners offer insights into the most viable pathways to decarbonization, the advancement towards electrification, and the role of natural gas in establishing a low-carbon environment.

Confirmed Speakers to-date:
Brent Alderfer, CEO & Founder, Community Energy
Kareem Afzal, Vice President, PDC Machines
Allison Dunn Wilson, Regional General Manager, Johnson Controls 
John Walsh, CEO, UGI Corp.
Moderated by: Stephen Mullin, President & Principal, Econsult Solutions

Fees

Member Individual Ticket
$45.00
Non-Member Individual Ticket
$90.00
YPC Ticket
$40.00
Package of 3
$120.00
Member Tabletop Exhibit
$350.00

Registration

Registration ends Wednesday, May 29, 2019

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