Join us for an Earth Week celebration on April 23 that will focus on Sustainable Energy Environments. Hear from industry experts on the latest trends in energy and policy effecting our region and businesses.Learn who, what and how Kentucky’s energy future is being impacted.
President and CEO
||Current market forces on energy and the impact to Kentucky|
Assistant Secretary for Climate Policy
|Commonwealth of Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet
||Greenhouse gas standards, regulatory activity and the impact on Kentucky's energy future.|
||LEED and ENERGY STAR campus overview |
||Networking and Lunch
||Impact of the 2014 legislative session|
||Making Sustainable Energy Environments a reality|
Current market forces on energy and impact on Kentucky
Drew Fellon, President and CEO, Fellon-McCord
9:30am – 10:30am
Andrew R. (Drew) Fellon is the President and CEO of Fellon-McCord & Associates, LLC (Fellon-McCord). Drew co-founded Fellon-McCord in 1992 when the deregulation of the natural gas industry led large energy users to request help with navigating the energy markets. Since 1992, the company has grown to support its clients’ $14 billion global energy procurement spend which includes natural gas, electricity, crude oil, propane, diesel fuels, coal and renewables.
Greenhouse gas standards, regulatory activity and the impact on Kentucky's energy future.
John Lyons, Cabinet Assistant Secretary for Climate Policy
10:45 am- 12:00pm
Mr. Lyons has served in various capacities for the Energy and Environment Cabinet during his 24+ year public service career. In January 2002, he was chosen to serve as the Director for the Kentucky Division for Air Quality, a position he held for nearly 12 years. On September 16, 2013, Lyons was appointed as the Cabinet’s first Assistant Secretary for Climate Policy to tackle the complex world of air quality regulations and their impact on energy and climate issues.
Impact of the 2014 legislative session
Mike Helton, Government Strategies
1:30pm – 2:30 pm
Mike Helton is a former Governor's office Chief Executive Officer with extensive administrative experience in Kentucky State Government. He has held the Cabinet level positions of Secretary of the Public Protection and Regulation Cabinet and Commissioner for the Department for Environmental Protection under two Democratic administrations. As head of Government Strategies, he has directed the government relations for some of Kentucky's largest Corporations and most influential trade associations.
Location: Harshaw Trane LEED Certified Louisville Campus
12700 Plantside Dr.
Louisville, KY 40299
**Space is limited.**