Tue, Jun 21|
NY-AEE Annual Awards Gala June 21, 2022 at New York's Club 101
Please join us at the NY-AEE Annual Gala in congratulating this year's awardees. Open bar and 3-course dinner! Seating is limited.
Time & Location
Jun 21, 2022, 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Club 101, 101 Park Ave, New York, NY 10178, USA
About The Event
Please join us at the NY-AEE Annual Awards Gala to congratulate this year's awardees and hear from the Chair of the NYS Public Service Commission.
Keynote Speaker | Rory M. Christian, Chair and CEO of the NYS Public Service Commission
Keynote Topic | Overview of the Climate Act/CLCPA with a focus on key considerations regarding the future of fossil (natural) gas
Open bar and 3-course dinner - - Networking - - Awards Dinner - - Keynote Speaker
Individual seats: $140 - Table (Seats 10): $1,300
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The gala has sold out the last 10 years and this year should not be missed!
Reservations must be received by June 15th, so register today. Seating is limited.
Energy Project of the Year, Mount Sinai Medical Center - RTEM
Young Energy Professional (s)
Palwinder Singh, NYPA – Project Manager
Molly Dee-Ramasamy, JB&B – Director, Deep Carbon Reduction
Energy Engineer, Tristan Schwartzman, Director of Energy Services, Goldman Copeland Consulting Engineers
Rory Christian, Chair and CEO, NYS Public Service Commission
Keynote Topic: Overview of the Climate Act/CLCPA with a focus on key considerations regarding the future of fossil (natural) gas
Bio, Rory M. Christian is Chair and CEO of NYS Public Service Commission
On September 30, 2021, Governor Kathy Hochul designated Commissioner Rory M. Christian as the Chair and Chief Executive Officer of the Public Service Commission (Commission). On June 10, 2021, Mr. Christian was appointed Commissioner, and his term runs through February 1, 2027.
Mr. Christian began his career in the energy industry with KeySpan Energy where he first served as a civil engineer before transitioning to a role engaging government agencies operating in Long Island and New York City. In this role, he was responsible for coordinating activities between KeySpan and government organizations, negotiating contracts, developing contingency plans and streamlining operations to satisfy both organizations’ operational needs. Mr. Christian then transitioned to Exelon Energy, where he developed new products targeting public sector clientele and helped facilitate the creation of multiple partnerships and alliances.
Mr. Christian then served as the Director of Energy Finance and Sustainability for the New York City Housing Authority, where he oversaw the Authority’s then $500M+ utility portfolio with the aim of reducing annual energy expenditures while achieving city, state and federally mandated greenhouse gas emissions reduction requirements. More recently, he was the Director of New York Clean Energy at Environmental Defense Fund where he provided strategy management, programming, business development and stakeholder collaboration for the Clean Energy program in NY. He oversaw a multidisciplinary team (economists, lawyers, and engineers) to design, implement, and manage legislative and policy campaigns to lower the environmental impact of electricity production.
He currently teaches energy efficiency courses at the Columbia University School of Professional Studies. He also volunteers time with workforce development organizations and is a longtime supporter and former Chair of WE ACT for Environmental Justice’s (WE ACT) Board of Directors.
Mr. Christian graduated from the City College of New York’s, Grove School of Engineering with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and an MBA from the Baruch College, Zicklin School of Business.
Mr. Christian resides in Brooklyn, New York with his family.
Individual seat - Vegetarian
Let us know if you would like a vegetarian meal!