New Energy Finance, the world’s leading independent provider of research on renewable energy and carbon markets, today announced the “Carbon Leadership Forum: The Day After Copenhagen” on 29-30 October in Tarrytown, NY, a first-of-its kind meeting of top US business leaders to discuss global carbon policy and its potential impact on American companies.
Executives from leading utilities, energy companies, regulators and industrial manufacturers will engage in intensive scenario planning and war game exercises over a two day period to explore the consequences for key stakeholders in the US and beyond of plausible outcomes from the upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.
Following the event, Guy Turner, New Energy Finance Global Head of Carbon Markets, and Milo Sjardin, Director of US Carbon Markets, will be available in NYC for media briefings on Monday 2 November and Tuesday 3 November. They will be able to discuss the proceedings of the Carbon Leadership Forum and provide informed insight as to what the business world might expect from the Copenhagen talks on 7-18 December.
“After years providing industry-leading research and insight on clean energy and carbon markets, New Energy Finance is uniquely positioned to help American business leaders prepare for the post-Copenhagen world,” Turner said. “The Carbon Leadership Forum provides American business leaders with the opportunity to view the world after Copenhagen and to understand and plan for the impact of future carbon policies, regulations and market opportunities.”
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