Don’t miss the Premier Renewable Energy Conference on the East Coast. New York State and the Nation continue to be dramatically impacted by changes in energy policy. As a result of the Public Service Commission’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV), Governor Cuomo’s targets for Off-shore Wind, Battery Storage and a highly-engaged Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the energy landscape is changing. The conference will examine the impact of these policy changes on the competitive bulk electric market place with associated impacts on the use, development, and pricing of renewable sources of supply.
The Conference will kick off with a Welcome Reception on Tuesday, June 26. On Wednesday, June 27, you will hear from leading experts in the field of energy, technology, academia, government policy and business. The format of the Conference will allow you to learn, meet experts, and ask questions on issues most important to you. Morning sessions are devoted to establishing a foundation for understanding the current status of the energy market place. Afternoon sessions will focus on the practical experiences of professionals working in these emerging energy markets, and there will be plenty of opportunity for networking.
Dr. John Kelly is senior vice president, Cognitive Solutions and IBM Research. He is focused on IBM’s investments in several of the fastest-growing and most strategic parts of the technology market, including IBM Watson and Cloud Platform, IBM Watson Health, IBM Watson Internet of Things, IBM Watson Customer Engagement and IBM Security. He is also responsible for IBM Research and the company’s Intellectual Property team.
Most recently, he spent seven years as senior vice president and director of IBM Research. Under Dr. Kelly, IBM Research expanded its global footprint by adding four new labs (including IBM’s first in Africa, South America and Australia), creating a network of approximately 3,000 scientists and technical employees across 12 laboratories in 10 countries.
Previously, Dr. Kelly was senior vice president of Technology and Intellectual Property, responsible for the company’s technical and innovation strategies. Prior to that, he was senior vice president and group executive for IBM’s Technology Group, responsible for developing, manufacturing and marketing microelectronics and storage technologies, products and services.
Dr. Kelly joined IBM in 1980, and has held numerous executive, management and technical positions related to the development and manufacture of advanced semiconductor technologies. In addition, he is a member of the National Academy of Engineers, a Fellow of the IEEE, and has received numerous technology and leadership awards.
Dr. Kelly holds a Bachelor of Science in physics from Union College, and a Master of Science in physics and a Doctorate in materials engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He has also received three honorary Doctoral degrees.
As of June 22, 2018
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Exhibitors will have prominent space adjacent to the Conference area, with direct access to Conference attendees. Refreshment breaks will be hosted among the Exhibitors. Space is limited so sign up early for a prime location.
*Conference Registration fee is $289
Payment must accompany registration. Registration includes Welcome Reception, all sessions, handout materials, continental breakfast, refreshment breaks and lunch.
To Cancel: You may cancel your registration up to seven days prior to the event. You will be refunded, less a $75 processing fee. If you need to cancel less than seven days prior, you may: 1) send a substitute; or 2) receive a non-refundable credit voucher, good for any Business Council event valid for up to one full year.
Holiday Inn Express
2750 South Road
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Group Rate: - $129.00
Booking Code: 'REC'
Deadline: June 23, 2018
Courtyard by Marriott
2641 South Road/ Route 9, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Rate - $149.00
Please refer to the Renewable Energy Conference Room Block
Cut of date June 5, 2018