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10th Annual SEI Energy Briefing
February 1 @ 8:30 am - 10:00 am$35
Leaders in the energy field will review current and future energy trends and provide an insider’s overview of the regional and national 2022 energy landscape.
- $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act programs signed on November 15, being implemented in 2022 including electric vehicle infrastructure
- What’s in store for electric vehicle charging and battery storage trends
- C-PACE funding
- $300M Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) program
- CO-GEN to achieve greater energy resiliency
- Benefits of Solar PV
Who should attend:
Those interested in the state of the national, regional, and local energy economy; facilities managers; energy professionals; project and property developers; municipal developers; and those looking to work in the energy industry.
- 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Program followed by Q&A Session
Pre-registration is required. Check your inbox for zoom details, sent from CCEDC by noon on January 31.
Katie Cullen (Founding Partner; SC Partners LLC) will speak broadly about the opportunities that the Infrastructure Bill, and Build Back Bill offer for businesses and energy jobs. This includes energy efficiency, geothermal heat pumps, solar, wind, RNG, H2, and CHP. Katie has such a grasp of the big picture , we expect our business leaders will be very interested to hear what she has to say about energy in 2022.
Andy Daga (President & Chief Executive Officer; Momentum Dynamics Corporation) Andy will provide a summary of the Infrastructure Bill’s impact to both state/local and national EV markets. He will share the hurdles he anticipates in funding distribution as a large fleet conversion technology and will touch on anticipated job impacts for his company, located locally in Chester County.
David Althoff Jr. (Director; Energy Programs Office – Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection). David will discuss the new Infrastructure law signed by the President recently and what the impact will to the state.