World Affairs Council of Charlotte WACC Business Breakfast (November 11, 2015)

George V. Brown, Director, Renewable Strategy and Policy, Duke Energy
“Preparing for a Renewable Energy Future”

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Join the World Affairs Council of Charlotte and George Brown, Director of Renewable Strategy and Policy at Duke Energy’s renewable generation development group. He is responsible for developing business strategy and related policy initiatives for Duke Energy’s Regulated Utilities organization.

Renewable energy is on the forefront of environmental, economic and business discussions. George Brown will share about Duke Energy’s strategies and policies as they relate to advancing renewable energy efforts in the Charlotte region.

Date: Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Venue: Duke Energy’s Paul Anderson Auditorium (400 S. Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28202) – Directions
Breakfast: 7:30 – 9:00 a.m.
Cost:
$10 (WACC members)
$25 (non-members)
$5 (WACC Student members/Educator members/TMS members)
You must be an individual WACC educator /student /TMS member to qualify for this rate
Light breakfast, coffee and juice served.
Become a member of the WAC Charlotte to attend this program at the discounted member rate

Click here to register online via Constant Contact

Call 704-687-7762 for credit card payments (non-PayPal transactions) over the phone.

If you prefer sending a check, please make it payable to “World Affairs Council of Charlotte” and mail it to the following address:

World Affairs Council of Charlotte
UNC Charlotte – CHHS 227
9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28223

All reservation cancellations must be completed at least 3 business days prior to an event in order to receive a full refund. If you have dietary restrictions (i.e. vegan, vegetarian, food allergies etc.), please let us know in advance so that we can make the appropriate accommodations.

Biography:

George Brown is director of renewable strategy and policy in Duke Energy’s renewable generation development group. In this role, he is responsible for developing business strategy and related policy initiatives for Duke Energy’s Regulated Utilities organization. George was named to his current role in February 2014.

Previously, he served as director of utility strategy and planning for Duke Energy, a position he held since 2012. Prior to that, he held positions in corporate strategy, property and liability insurance, enterprise risk management, and market and credit risk management. George joined the company in January 1998 as director of corporate risk management.

Before joining Duke Energy, he worked for J.P. Morgan as vice president of the risk management advisory group. He worked with corporate and financial institution clients to develop risk management capabilities and practices.

His prior experience also includes roles in commodity trading and sales, credit risk management, treasury management and commercial lending.

George earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Harvard College and an MBA in finance from New York University.

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