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Join EnergyBiz panelists for a post-election briefing, addressing the uncertainties of a national energy policy and candid discussion of the anticipated course of action for our nation's oval office.

What will happen to America's nuclear renaissance, its burgeoning wind and solar fleet and the revolution in nation gas production after the votes are counted?

Tens of billions of dollars in transmission, generation, gas infrastructure hinge on the outcome of one of the most pivotal national elections in a generation.

Seating is limited; reservations required for in person attendance and broadcast viewing. This event will not be available on-demand; discussion content is reserved for the advertised day and time. Don't miss gaining critical insights on the impact of the presidential election and the future of energy — register today!

Questions? Contact:

Casey Bohannan
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Briefing discussion leaders:
Ed Whitfield   Rep. Ed Whitfield
Representative from Kentucky, chairman of the House subcommittee on energy and power
Dan Reicher   Dan Reicher
former member of the Obama transition team and former director of climate change and energy at Google
Bud Albright   Clarence "Bud" Albright
CenterPoint Energy senior vice president of policy and government affairs and former staff director for the House Energy & Commerce
Rep. Rick Boucher   Rep. Rick Boucher
former chair of the House subcommittee on energy and air quality and subcommittee on communications, technology and the Internet
Martin Rosenberg   Karen Alderman Harbert
president and CEO, U.S. Chamber Institute for 21st Century Energy
Martin Rosenberg   Martin Rosenberg
EnergyBiz Editor-in-Chief
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