Nexant Executive to Speak at Regional Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) Summit

Jun 24, 2015

SAN FRANCISCO – Today Nexant Senior Vice President of Utility Services, Terry Fry, will speak on a panel discussion at the Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) regional “Clean Energy, Clean Water & the Future of the Midwest” summit in Chicago. Fry will join business leaders and environmental experts on the “Business Opportunity and the Clean Power Plan” panel to discuss environmental policy and economic prosperity in the Midwest.

Fry will be joined on the panel by several other energy industry leaders including Greg Geller, Director of Governmental Affairs at EnerNoc; Val Jensen, Senior VP of ComEd; Rick Hunter, CEO of MicroGrid Energy, Kristy Manning, Deputy Director of Policy, Division of Energy, Missouri Department of Economic Development and Co-chair of NASEO’s Affiliates’ State Energy Planning Taskforce; and Alec Messina, Policy Advisor on Environment and Energy, Office of Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner.

At Nexant, Terry Fry directs energy efficiency programs and strategic consulting studies across North America. For more than 25 years, he has been a proponent of energy efficient production with expertise in energy efficiency, economic and policy analysis, program planning, development and management. Throughout his career Fry has served as a trusted advisor on energy industry restructuring policies and regulations that encourage energy efficient systems, focusing on system economics of environmentally friendly technologies, advanced grid solutions, demand-side management and private sector services.

Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2)

Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) is a national community of business leaders who promote sound environmental policy that builds economic prosperity. E2’s regional Midwest Summit, “Clean Energy, Clean Water & the Future of the Midwest,” will take place on June 24, 2015 at the Arts Club in Chicago. The event brings together industry experts to discuss how state and federal policies impact the U.S. economy, environment and business. For more information, see www.e2.org.