EBC - Forecasting Industry Trends for Environment, Energy & Climate Sectors - March 31, 7:30am-12noon, Boston

  • 31 Mar 2017
Event Description

Forecasting Industry Trends for Environment, Energy & Climate Sectors
Environmental Business Council of New England, Inc.
March 31, 7:30am-12noon, Boston

This EBC future markets program will focus on both near and long term business development opportunities for energy and environmental engineering and consulting businesses. Three major market areas that will be explored include:

Climate Change Business Drivers
Trends for the Energy and Renewable Energy Industries
Trends for the Environmental Services Industry (air, water, solid waste, etc.)
The program will also reflect on the implications of the 2016 Presidential and Congressional elections and their potential impact on future energy, environmental, and climate change policy initiatives.

The presentations will be followed by a panel discussion to provide program participants ample opportunity to ask the presenters to elaborate on issues of concern.

Plan to attend this EBC program to gain a greater understanding of growth areas for your company and to enhance your strategic planning process.

Keynote Presentations

From the 2016 Election: Four Scenarios to 2020 in a Trump-Ryan Government
Impact on Climate Change, Environmental and Energy Policies

Andrew Paterson, Principal, Verdigris Capital
Climate Change Driven Business Opportunities
Jim Hight, Editor, Climate Change Business Journal

Energy and Renewable Energy Market Opportunities
Reflections on Energy and Renewable Energy Markets with highlights on the major programs for growth and development in New England

Paul J. Hibbard, Principal, Analysis Group, Inc.

Environmental Industry Markets: Focusing on Engineering and Consulting
Key industry trends for the environmental engineering and consulting industry. What is driving the market and how it is changing.

Paul Zofnass, President, Environmental Financial Consulting Group, Inc.

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