Gina McCarthy, EPA Administrator, and Christopher A. Smith, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary, US DOE, invited to return as keynote speakers at 17th EUEC 2014 in Phoenix, Arizona, February 3-5.
PHOENIX, AZ – January 6, 2014 Senior Obama administration officials Gina McCarthy, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator, and Christopher A. Smith, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Fossil Energy, are invited as keynote speakers for North America’s largest gathering of energy, utility and environment experts.
The 17th annual Energy, Utility & Environment Conference (EUEC) is set for February 3 through 5 at the Phoenix Convention Center. This would be the fourth year for McCarthy and third year for Smith to address the convention.
“We’re excited to have the opportunity for Ms. McCarthy to provide an update of new regulations impacting electric utilities and Mr. Smith to discuss developments in America’s clean energy economy and energy security in our plenary program,” said Dr. Prabhu Dayal, EUEC Chairman. “Many significant regulatory changes are facing our industry and to have these two influential federal leaders at EUEC gives attendees a valuable opportunity to hear firsthand the Administration’s vision for the next three years.”
EUEC offers an outstanding technical program with 500 expert speakers from utility, government, academia, and industry making presentations over three days in these subject areas: air policy and regulations; mercury and multi-pollutant control, air pollution monitoring; control technologies; natural gas and energy security; energy and climate policy; renewable energy and electric vehicles; carbon capture and storage; corporate greenhouse gas strategies; biofuels, biomass, and biogas; sustainability and reliability; energy efficiency; operations and management.
Fore more information or to register online, visit www.euec.com for early bird discounts before January 10, or call (520) 615-3535.
EUEC is the 17th annual energy, utility and environment conference organized with a team of directors from the US DOE, the Electric Power Research Institute, the Edison Electric Institute, and C-Trade. The conference features a plenary program, followed by a technical program of 10 concurrent tracks with 500 speakers. 150 exhibit companies provide the latest innovations and technologies that impact the energy and utility industry. . EUEC 2014 will be held February 3 -5, 2014 in Phoenix, Arizona with an expected attendance of 2,000 delegates. To speak, or exhibit at EUEC contact www.euec.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or (520) 615-3535.