Gibbons’s Frank T. Cannone and Peter J. Ulrich, Along With John Geraghty of Marshall & Stevens, to Lead Panel Discussion at NJBIA’s Acclaimed Annual Conference on New & Emerging Energy Technologies
In accelerating its decarbonization goals, New Jersey has committed to cutting in-state greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030. New and emerging technologies, including next-generation nuclear, renewable natural gas, biofuels, grid upgrades, microgrids, and more, will be critical to achieving this goal and will be the topics of discussion at the New Jersey Business and Industry Association’s (NJBIA) 2nd Annual Energy Conference on New & Emerging Technologies, taking place Friday, October 14 at the Forsgate Country Club in Monroe Township, and featuring many prominent speakers.
Gibbons P.C.’s Frank T. Cannone, Chair of the firm’s Corporate Group and leader of its Renewable Energy practice, and Peter J. Ulrich, a Director in the Corporate Group, will lead a conference panel, along with John Geraghty, Managing Director in the Energy & Infrastructure Practice of Marshall & Stevens Incorporated, on “Financing New Technologies and the Inflation Reduction Act.”
Gibbons’s leading Renewable Energy practice, under the Corporate Group, has been successfully completing complex client energy projects for many years. Practice attorneys counsel major energy generation organizations, industrial and commercial users, and other energy-related clients in distributed generation and alternative energy sources, including solar, battery storage, hydroelectric power generation, and wind power generation, as well as the increased use of technology in the renewable energy sector.
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