September 26, 2008
Ohio's Landmark Energy Reform
As growing demand for energy intersects with both a decrease in available fossil fuels and the need to develop less polluting energy sources, Governor Strickland signed into law Ohio State Senate Bill 221. This bill serves to address alternative energy resources, renewable energy credits, clean coal technology and federal environmental regulations.
On October 3, Columbus Bar presents a panel of energy experts for a 4.25 credit hour CLE seminar designed to help attorneys understand the “Challenges and Opportunities Ahead in Implementing SB 221.” Join us from 9:00am to 2:15pm, as we explore this landmark energy reform from the legal perspectives of both consumers and utility provider. Lunch will be provided.
Panelists for this seminar are: James W. Burk, Senior Attorney, FirstEnergy Service Company; Paul Colbert, Associate General Counsel, Duke Energy; Michael L. Kurtz; Arthur G. Meyer, Senior Vice President, Environmental Regulatory and Corporate Affairs for DPL Inc. and Dayton Power and Light Company; Steven Nourse Senior Counsel, Regulatory Practice Group, AEP Service Corporation’s Legal Department; Janine L. Migden-Ostrander, Ohio Consumers’ Counsel; Samuel C. Randazzo, McNees Wallace & Nurick; David C. Rinebolt, Executive Director, Ohio Partners for Affordable Energy; Dr. Alan R. Schriber, Chairman, PUCO.
Register online or call 614/221.4112 for event #GO081003. Member cost is $150 prepaid/$170 day-of, non-member cost is $215 prepaid/$235 day-of, and non-attorney cost is $110 prepaid/$130 day-of.