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The 42nd annual Kentucky Governor's Conference on Energy and the Environment will be held on Friday, Sept. 20, 2019 at the Lexington Convention Center. Watch this page for updates and registration information.
2018 Conference Recap
Last year's Governor’s Conference on Energy and the Environment featured speakers and panels that addressed the future of Kentucky’s energy profile, water and wastewater issues and solutions, projects to reclaim abandoned mine lands for economic development and the future of regulated energy. Governor Matt Bevin was the featured speaker. Other key presenters included David Ross, Assistant Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Water, and Steve Winberg, Assistant Secretary in the U.S. Department of Energy.
Cabinet Secretary Snavely moderated an energy panel that covered regulations, energy grid resilience, threats against the grid, cyber-attacks, pipelines and energy rates, with panelists that included Neil Chatterjee, Commissioner of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Asim Z. Haque, chairman of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, Talina Matthews, Commissioner of the Kentucky Public Service Commission and Andrew L. Ott, president of PJM Interconnection.
Lt. Governor Jenean Hampton presided over an awards luncheon that honored many deserving recipients for their work preserving and enhancing the Commonwealth through energy efficiency, soil conservation, mine land reclamation, farmland stewardship and innovation.