Please join the New York Association for Energy Economics when we
welcome John Licata to our monthly NYAEE Luncheon on Thursday, May
As the planning and rebuilding continues post Sandy, John will argue it
is important to consider the way New York must look at advanced energy.
There is an economic disruption coming to the future of energy right
here in New York. With the 2013 Hurricane Season quickly approaching,
he believes it is important to consider perhaps some new areas of focus
which could severely alter our energy landscape in the Empire State in
years to come. This talk will focus on how cybersecurity, water
preservation, cogen plants and the growing potential use for natural
gas will collectively redefine energy economics in New York.
About the Speaker:
John Licata is the Founder/Chief Energy Strategist of Blue Phoenix Inc. an
independent research company focused on the future of energy and
cleantech solutions. John has been featured on Bloomberg, CNBC,
Business News Network, Reuters and Fox Business Channel and has held
research/trading/strategy positions at Dow Jones, Salomon Smith Barney,
BrokerageAmerica and on the trading floor of the New York Mercantile
Exchange (NYMEX). He is the primary Editor/Author of the Blue Phoenix
Next Gen Energy Blog and has also contributed content to The Guardian,
CNNMoney, CME Group, The Motley Fool, AOL Energy and Technorati.
John graduated from Saint Peter's University with a B.S. in Economics
and he received his M.B.A. from the Executive MBA Program at NYU's
Leonard N. Stern School of Business.
Online Registration Is Now Open
DATE: Thursday, May 23, 2013
TIME: 12:00pm - 2:00pm
VENUE: Tonic - 727 Seventh Avenue (bw 48th & 49th Streets)
Price: $25 Members; $30 Non-Members; Walk-ins welcome, but there is additional fee of $10 if payment is made at the door. No refunds if canceled after 5pm day before.