FEATURING:

U.S. CONGRESSMAN PAUL TONKO

U.S. Congressman Paul TonkoCurrent Member House Committee on Natural Resources

ASSEMBLYMAN KEVIN CAHILL

Assemblyman Kevin CahillEnergy Committee Chair, NYS Assembly

 

EMILY GRACE, P.E.

Emily Grace, P.E.Associate Director of Research & Development, Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute

CASWELL HOLLOWAY

Caswell HollowayNYC Deputy Mayor of Operations

 

ARTHUR ‘JERRY’ KREMER

Arthur ‘Jerry’ KremerChairman, New York Affordable Reliable Electricity Alliance (New York AREA)

KEVIN LANAHAN

Kevin LanahanDirector, Government Relations at ConEdison

 

JON LENTZ

Jon LentzManaging Editor, City & State

 

On Energy

The Politics & Policy of New York State’s Energy

ON ENERGY – The Politics & Policy of New York State’s Energy

October 1, 2012

8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.


SUBJECT: Discussions at this conference covered a broad range of topics, from the coordination and interplay of Federal, State and New York City government as it relates to energy policy, the current state of energy output versus consumption across the region, what to expect in coming years for methods of expanding New York State’s energy supply to meet with growing demand and how that dovetails with upgrading our transmission of energy across the State.

EVENT LOCATION:

The William and Anita Newman
Conference Center
Room 750,
151 East 25th Street
New York, NY 10010

PRESENTED BY:

Event Registration:

The ON ENERGY – The Politics & Policy of New York State’s Energy Conference was held on October 1, 2012 at The William and Anita Conference Center at Baruch College, City University of New York.  The conference was presented by City & State and The Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute, with sponsorship by the NY Affordable Reliable Electricity Alliance, GenOn and Con Edison.  Additional partners included the New York League of Conservation Voters, the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce and the Berman Group.  Opening remarks for the conference were made by Emily Grace, P.E., Associate Director of Research & Development for the Institute, on behalf of the Institute’s Executive Director, Jack S. Nyman.  Panelists for the conference included Arthur ‘Jerry’ Kremer, Chairman of the New York Affordable Reliable Electricity Alliance; Assemblyman and Energy Committee Chair Kevin Cahill; Congressman and Member of the House Committee on Natural Resources Paul Tonko; ConEdison Director of Government Relations Kevin Lanahan and Deputy Mayor of the City of New York for Operations Caswell Holloway.

Discussions covered a broad range of topics, from the coordination and interplay of Federal, State and New York City government as it relates to energy policy, the current state of energy output versus consumption across the region, what to expect in coming years for methods of expanding New York State’s energy supply to meet with growing demand and how that dovetails with upgrading our transmission of energy across the State.  The conference was very well attended with a standing room only audience of approximately 150.  Numerous corporations, academic institutions and government agencies were represented.  The event opens the door to continuing discussions on these and other pressing energy issues, and it paves the way for future, formative
ON ENERGY – The Politics & Policy of New York State’s Energy