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3rd annual

KENTUCKY

ENERGY

Management

December 17-18, 2013 Griffin Gate Marriott Resort & Spa Lexington, Ky.

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3rd annual

KENTUCKY

ENERGY

Management

Conference

Why attend ... The 3rd Annual Kentucky Energy Management Conference will give you timely information and practical advice to help navigate the challenging energy terrain. 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. By attending, you will receive a wealth of information to help you achieve your 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. You simply can’t meet today’s energy challenge if you don’t understand the problem – we’re here to help.

This conference is for you ... • • • •

Facility and energy managers Plant operations managers Maintenance supervisors Managers/purchasers of energy

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Energy aggregators Energy engineers Plant engineers Governmental affairs managers

• Managers from utility companies • Municipal and rural cooperatives • Corporate affairs staff energy consultants

Rave reviews for last year’s conference ...

“Very informative conference. Great speakers.” Fred Eastridge – ECSI, LLC

“Everyone did a fantastic job, very informative and well structured.” Tyler Burke – Columbia Gas of Kentucky, Inc.

Continuing Education CEU and CPE

Kentucky Chamber Membership

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It’s not too late to take advantage of the Kentucky Chamber member discount. To learn more about membership, call 502-695-4700 and ask for a membership representative.

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“Great mix of legal, policy and practical issues.” Emily McKinney – Frost Brown Todd LLC

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Agenda ➠

TUESDAY

Session descriptions can be found at kychamber.com/events/energy

DECEMBER 17

8 a.m. Registration and continental breakfast (provided) 8:30 a.m. Welcome and Program Overview Tim Hagerty, Member, Frost Brown Todd LLC 8:35 a.m. GENERAL SESSION: Kentucky Energy Policy Update Jennifer J. Cave, Partner, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP and Leonard K. Peters, Secretary, Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet 9:30 a.m. Mid-morning break with sponsors sponsored by Kentucky’s Touchstone Energy Cooperatives 9:45 a.m. GENERAL SESSION: Energy Cost Containment Strategies for Business Andrew Fellon, President/CEO, Fellon-McCord 10:45 a.m. Mid-morning break with sponsors 11 a.m. CONCURRENT SESSION ONE: Workshop A: Legislative Panel on Energy Policy Chad Harpole, Vice President of Government Affairs, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; Eric

WEDNESDAY

King, Director of Community and Government Affairs, Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives, Inc.; and Moderator: Bill Bissett, President, Kentucky Coal Association Workshop B: Energy Export Opportunities Jan de Beer, Member, Frost Brown Todd LLC and Edward Receski, Member, Frost Brown Todd LLC 12 p.m. LUNCHEON KEYNOTE: Energy Transmission Issues Introduction by Presenting Sponsor: Tim Hagerty, Member, Frost Brown Todd LLC Philip D. Moeller, Commissioner, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) –invited– 1:30 p.m. CONCURRENT SESSION TWO: Workshop C: Natural Gas in the Current and Future Global Economy Tom Brasselle, Director of Marketing and Supply, Columbia Pipeline Group/NiSource

Response, Tennessee Valley Authority; Scott Drake, P.E., Manager, Corporate Technical Services, East Kentucky Power Cooperative; David Huff, Director Energy Efficiency and Smart Grid Strategy, LG&E and KU Energy LLC; Rhonda Truman, Sr. Supply Chain Support Analyst, E.ON US; and Moderator: Sara Smith, President, Smith Management Group 2:30 p.m. Dessert break with sponsors 3 p.m. GENERAL SESSION: GHG Regulation and the Impact on Kentucky’s Power Supply Carolyn M. Brown, Managing Partner – Lexington and Chair of the Environmental and Natural Resources Practice Group, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP; John Lyons, Assistant Secretary for Climate Policy, Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet; and Paul Thompson, Chief Operating Officer, LG&E and KU Energy LLC

Workshop D: Efficiency Opportunities and Programs Edward L. Colston, Senior Manager, Market & Program Analysis, Energy Efficiency & Demand

4 p.m. Day one adjourns

CFO, East Kentucky Power Cooperative; and Steve Woodworth, Director of Revenue Collection/Billing, LG&E and KU Energy LLC

Brown Todd LLC and Jerry Purvis, Director of Environmental Affairs, East Kentucky Power Cooperative

10:45 a.m. Mid-morning break with sponsors

Workshop J: The Effectiveness of Energy Management Using Live Monitoring, Integrated Into Data Based Action Plans Scott R. Smith, Senior Consultant, Smith Management Group Other Speakers TBD

DECEMBER 18

8 a.m. Registration and continental breakfast (provided) 8:30 a.m. Welcome and Program Overview Chad Harpole, Vice President of Government Affairs, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce 8:35 a.m. GENERAL SESSION: Utilities 101 Nick Comer, External Affairs Manager, East Kentucky Power Cooperative; Jeff Derouen, Executive Director, Kentucky Public Service Commission; David Freibert, Director of External Affairs, LG&E and KU Energy LLC; and Eric King, Director of Community and Government Affairs, Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives, Inc. 9:30 a.m. Morning break with sponsors

11 a.m. CONCURRENT SESSION FOUR: Workshop G: Better Transportation Technologies for Kentucky Moderator: Melissa Howell, Executive Director, Kentucky Clean Fuels Coalition Other Speakers TBD Workshop H: KDOW’s Selenium Proposal and Energy Development Josiah Frey, Environmental Scientist, Smith Management Group and Peter Goodman, Acting Director, Kentucky Division of Water

9:45 a.m. CONCURRENT SESSION THREE: Workshop E: Impacts of GHG Regulations on Local Communities and the Poor Cheryl Bruner, Director of Customer Service & Marketing, LG&E and KU Energy LLC; Tom FitzGerald, Director, Kentucky Resources Council; Tim Hagerty, Member, Frost Brown Todd LLC; and Jonathan Roenker, Staff Economist, Kentucky Legislative Research Commission

12 p.m. LUNCHEON KEYNOTE: The Value of Water: Considering Regulatory Costs and Benefits…Never the Twain Shall Meet? Introduction by Gold Sponsor: Carolyn Brown, Managing Partner, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP Sarah Jarboe, Associate, English Lucas Priest & Owsley, LLP; Samantha Propp, Partner, English Lucas Priest & Owsley, LLP; and LaJuana Wilcher, Partner, English Lucas Priest & Owsley, LLP

Workshop F: Understanding Your Utility Bill Judy M. Cooper, Director of Regulatory Services, Columbia Gas of Kentucky, Inc.; Mike McNalley, Executive Vice President and

1:30 p.m. CONCURRENT SESSION FIVE: Workshop I: New Water Rules Facing the Electric Utility Industry Emily McKinney, Senior Associate, Frost

2:30 p.m. CLOSING GENERAL SESSION: Ask the Experts! Carolyn M. Brown, Managing Partner – Lexington and Chair of the Environmental and Natural Resources Practice Group, Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP; Nick Comer, External Affairs Manager, East Kentucky Power Cooperative; David Freibert, Director of External Affairs, LG&E and KU Energy LLC; Chad Harpole, Vice President of Government Affairs, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; Eric King, Director of Community and Government Affairs, Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives, Inc.; Sara Smith, President, Smith Management Group; and Moderator and Panelist, Tim Hagerty, Member, Frost Brown Todd LLC 3:30 p.m. 3rd Annual Kentucky Energy Management Conference adjourns


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3rd Annual Kentucky Energy Management Conference When contacting hotel for lodging, please specify that you are with the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s 3rd Annual Kentucky Energy Management Conference to receive the discounted rate.

Location and Lodging December 17-18, 2013 (80909) Griffin Gate Marriott Resort & Spa, 1800 Newtown Pike, Lexington, Ky. 40511 Phone: 859-231-5100 Room Rate: $119* | Hotel Room Cutoff Date: December 2, 2013

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*The advertised Kentucky Chamber room rate cannot be guaranteed after the cutoff date.

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