The New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA) will be hosting its 3rd Annual Energy Policy Conference on October 10th, where they will be honoring leaders in the energy and environment sectors. Former Public Service Enterprise Group Chairman and CEO Ralph Izzo, former state Senate President Steve Sweeney, and Chairman of the state Senate Environment and Energy Committee Bob Smith will be recognized for their significant contributions to the state.
The conference, which will be held at the Pines Manor in Edison, aims to bring together experts in the field to discuss pressing issues related to energy and the environment. With Governor Phil Murphy’s administration pushing for decarbonization, there are concerns surrounding the costs and feasibility of such efforts. Therefore, the event will provide a platform to address these concerns and provide clarity and context to important questions.
Speakers and presenters at the conference include individuals from various sectors, such as the CEO and President of the U.S. Nuclear Energy Council, the President of the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers, and the Energy Plant Director at Princeton University, among others.
The topics of discussion will cover a wide range, including the current state of climate science, the risks and benefits of taking action on climate change, updates to the energy grid, and potential energy solutions to reduce emissions in New Jersey.
The NJBIA recognizes the importance of acknowledging individuals who have played a significant role in advancing energy and environmental policies in the state. These leaders have made a difference and continue to pave the way for a sustainable and prosperous future in New Jersey.
– NJBIA 3rd Annual Energy Policy Conference
– New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA)