The economic landscape for business has been challenging in recent years. Among the many challenges facing Kentucky’s businesses is the need to secure an economical and reliable supply of energy. Finding ways to better predict and manage energy costs and supplies is essential to ensuring economic success in this difficult environment. For this reason the Kentucky Chamber has added the Kentucky Energy Management Conference to its lineup of annual conferences; the first is slated for Dec. 6-7 at the Hilton Lexington Downtown.
“The Kentucky Energy Management Conference will give Kentucky businesses timely information and practical advice to help them navigate this challenging terrain,” said Jim Ford, vice president of business education for the Chamber.
During the two-day conference, experts from industry and government will share valuable insights on the forces affecting energy supplies and prices today, including the effects of increasingly stringent government regulations, ever more scarce natural resources and evolving global economic trends. Attendees will receive a wealth of information to help achieve short-term goals of budgeting for energy costs today, as well as insights into the future cost and availability of energy sources such as coal, natural gas, wind, solar and nuclear.
The Chamber hopes to empower businesses by helping them master their own energy future, thereby ensuring future economic success. Register at kychamber.com. For information about sponsoring or exhibiting, please contact Andrea Flanders at 502-848-8723 or email@example.com.
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