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Please join CQ Roll Call for an in-depth discussion of what America’s energy future will look like. From nuclear energy, to the EPA, to funding for renewable energy to investing in infrastructure, CQ Roll Call tackles the myriad energy issues facing Congress and the President for the next Congress.
This panel includes energy leaders who can answer questions about what energy policy will look like and what it means for job growth in the future. Other issues to be discussed include the domestic versus foreign supply, and the changing energy costs for the American consumer.
Join CQ Roll Call for this energy discussion on November 15, 2012 date at the Columbus Club at Union Station.
8 am Breakfast reception
8:30 am Welcome & Sponsor Remarks
Beth Bronder, CQ Roll Call
David Brown, SVP Government Affairs, Exelon
8:35 am Keynote Interview
Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska)
Senator Ron Wyden (D-Oregon)
9:05 am Keynote Interview
Rep. Ed Whitfield (R-Kentucky)
9:25 am Panel Discussion
Moderated by David Hawkings, editor, CQ Roll Call Daily Briefing
Vicky Bailey, BHMM Energy Services (confirmed)
Ross Eisenberg, National Association of Manufacturers (confirmed)
Elgie Holstein, Environmental Defense Fund (confirmed)
William Levis, President, PSEG Power (confirmed)
10:25 am Closing Remarks
10:30 am Adjourn
Please arrive early as seating will be limited.
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