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Energy and Environment Cabinet

Governor's Conference on Energy and the Environment

 
Save the date!
 
Join us for our 40th conference with sessions covering corporate sustainability initiatives, renewable energy, energy efficiency, today’s utility landscape, and environmental policies.
 
 
Governor's Conference on Energy and the Environment
 Sept. 21-22, 2016 
 Lexington Convention Center

 

 
 
 
Attendees and exhibitors can register and pay online here:
 
Conference registration fees are as follows:
Pre-Registration (Online) Price
Full Conference – $200
Sept. 21 only - $100
Sept. 22 only (includes Awards Luncheon) - $125
Awards Luncheon only - $40
 
On-Site Registration Prices
Full Conference - $225
Sept. 21 only - $125
Sept. 22 only (includes Awards Luncheon) - $150
 
The conference accepts the following methods of payment:
American Express
Discover
MasterCard
Visa
ACH Debit/Credit
 
Registration is open at the door, however, credit and debit cards cannot be accepted on site.
 
Cancellation/Refund Requests
Cancellations and refund request must be received in writing to Eileen.Hardy@ky.gov by Sept. 14. Organizations can make personnel substitutions for employees who are registered but unable to attend the conference.
 
Exhibit Hall
Once again, the Governor’s Conference on Energy and the Environment will host an exhibit hall for vendors wishing to display energy and environment-related products and services. Booth space is free, however, individuals staffing the booth must register on-line at the full-conference rate, and notify Eileen.Hardy@ky.gov in writing.
 
Hotel Information
Conference attendees can stay at the Hyatt Regency Lexington at 401 West High Street, for a reduced rate by Sept.8, 2016. Make your reservation here or visit https://resweb.passkey.com/go/govenv2016
 
Agenda
Topics covered at the 40th conference will include corporate sustainability initiatives, renewable energy, energy efficiency, today’s utility landscape, and environmental policies.  This year, the awards luncheon on Sept. 22 will feature Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton and will include recognition of recipients of the inaugural Secretary’s Award, presented to both an individual and an entity that has demonstrated long-term leadership and commitments to sustainability, environmental protection, conservation of natural resources, or responsible development of energy resources.
View the full agenda here
 
For more information, please contact:
Eileen Hardy
Department for Energy Development & Independence
Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet
300 Sower Blvd., Office 3 SW-WK45
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
Direct phone number: (502) 782-6965