June 6 Event Explores Environmental and Energy Trends Affecting State's Businesses

While many environmental and energy bills died in the recent legislative session, the state is developing a number of important initiatives that will impact Connecticut businesses in the coming months.

On June 6, CBIA hosts a full day of informational sessions, including:

  • a plenary session on new regulations, policies, and permit requirements at DEEP
  • a luncheon keynote panel with EPA Region 1 Deputy Administrator Ira Leighton and DEEP Commissioner Dan Esty offering their unique insights into how state and federal policies are changing and how those changes will affect Connecticut businesses
  • a dozen breakout blocks on topics such as environmental management, enforcement, and clean/renewable energy opportunities

CBIA's 2012 Environmental & Energy Conference

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

8:30 am3:15 pm

CoCo Key Water Resort & Convention Center

3580 East Main Street, Waterbury

"This is a fascinating and critical time for the industry with respect to state, regional, and federal trends in energy and environmental policy," says Eric Brown, associate counsel at CBIA. "This conference is designed to help business leaders stay on top of these trends and communicate with regulators about their impact."

The price to attend is $65 for EPC members, $95 for CBIA members, $125 for nonmembers, and $25 for government officials and students.

Media planning on attending are asked to contact Meaghan MacDonald (860.244.1957 or meaghan.macdonald@cbia.com).


CBIA is Connecticut's largest business organization, with 10,000 member companies. For more information, please contact Meaghan MacDonald (860.244.1957; meaghan.macdonald@cbia.com) or visit cbia.com/newsroom.