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Green Energy and Economic Growth to be Examined at Rutgers-Camden Quarterly Business Outlook on Jan. 26
CAMDEN – The impact of green energy upon current and future economic conditions for New Jersey and the Delaware Valley region will be examined during the first 2012 session of the Rutgers–Camden Quarterly Business Outlook, which will be held on the Rutgers–Camden campus from 7:45 to 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 26.
Sponsored by the Rutgers School of Business–Camden, the quarterly conference evaluates the region's health by examining key southern New Jersey industries. Three executives will report on the performance of their business sectors during 2011, and will forecast the economic health of their industries into the spring.
The panelists include Ralph Izzo, chair, president, and CEO of PSEG, a publicly traded, diversified energy company that is headquartered in Newark and is one of the 10 largest electric companies in the United States; Mitchell Cohen, co-chair of the Alternative and Renewable Energy Industry Group with the law firm Flaster/Greenberg; and Michael Flett, president and CEO of Flett Exchange, an environmental brokerage and consulting firm headquartered in Jersey City.
This conference, which is free of charge and open to the public, is supported by the Cherry Hill law firm of Flaster/Greenberg, one of New Jersey’s top 50 law firms, and the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey. The event will be held in the Campus Center, located on Third Street, between Cooper Street and the Benjamin Franklin Bridge on the Camden Campus of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Free and accessible parking is available.
Advance registration is required for this free conference.
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