NewsLocal News / July 31, 2018

Indiana Energy Management Conference Begins In Indianapolis

Greg Ellis, vice president of energy, environmental policy, and federal affairs at the Indiana Chamber of Commerce. - Courtesy Greg Ellis

Greg Ellis, vice president of energy, environmental policy, and federal affairs at the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.

Courtesy Greg Ellis

The annual Indiana Conference on Energy Management began Tuesday in Indianapolis.  The conference aims to educate attendees, who range from utility professionals to the public.

Greg Ellis, vice president of energy, environmental policy, and federal affairs at the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, says interest in renewable energy is growing.

"This year there’s probably more information about renewable energy on the agenda. There’s been more interest and I think it’s expanded as well," he says

The conference features sessions on resource planning, changes in world energy, and renewable energy.

"I think it’s a great conference. You know it’s not too late to attend; tomorrow’s the second day of it, but we always look forward to next year as well," says Ellis. 

The conference continues Wednesday at the Hyatt Regency downtown and is open to the public.

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