OurEnergyPolicy.org’s New York Energy Leaders Luncheon Series brings together energy leaders from across the sector to engage in substantive, civil dialogue on U.S. energy policy.
The OEP New York Energy Leaders Luncheon Series, now in its sixth year, features well-known speakers from the private, public, academic, and nonprofit sectors who lead thoughtful discussions on key energy topics. Lunch attendees representing different viewpoints and sectors, including finance, corporate, government, academia, and advocacy, engage in serious, spirited dialogue. The impact of these discussions is amplified through our online community of more than 1,500 energy professionals.
These events—bringing together a diverse group of energy leaders from throughout the area—help to advance OEP’s non-partisan mission of enhancing the policymaking process by facilitating substantive, civil discourse on key issues. Increasingly, federal and state officials and journalists use our platform and content to support their work on energy legislation and regulation. Our goal is to drive sound energy policies on local, regional, and national levels.
July 18, 2019
Moderated by: Keiko Morris, Commercial Real Estate Reporter, The Wall Street Journal
The bill’s sponsor, a real estate industry leader, and a technology innovator discuss the new law and how best to address energy usage by property owners.
May 13, 2019
Ralph Izzo, Chairman, President, and CEO of PSEG, discusses utilities’ role in meeting the challenge of climate change with clean energy.
March 13, 2019
Moderated by: Richard Kauffman, Board Chair, NYSERDA
Government leaders from New York, Boston, and Washington, D.C. address economic and sustainability issues surrounding local energy goals.
December 17, 2018
Ernest J. Moniz
Innovation and Clean Energy:
September 21, 2018
New York‘s Energy Czar addresses REV‘s progress, challenges, and the impact of Federal policies on REV in New York and other states.
April 25, 2018
Karen Harbert addresses America’s ascendance to energy superpower status. What opportunities and challenges does this pose? What policies are needed to optimize America’s energy advantage?
January 24, 2018
Philip Sharp analyzes significant energy and climate policy changes enacted during President Trump’s first year and discusses energy markets and policy going forward.
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