LIFE 2017 Exhibitor Opportunities and Registration
New York State's Low-Income Forum on Energy (LIFE) will launch a seven-part regional meeting series in May 2017.
Among the presentations will be an update on the State's new Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) activities, which is transforming the relationship between the State's utilities and their customers. The LIFE Regional Meetings will also feature workshops and discussions on issues impacting low-income customers in each region.
LIFE is the nation's longest running dialogue on the energy needs of low-income energy customers. Supported by the New York State Department of Public Service and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, LIFE's 6,000-member stakeholder network represents nonprofit organizations, state and local policy makers, direct service providers, utility companies, and others who serve low-income energy customers.
The Exhibitor Area will be located in or near the meeting room and will be open throughout the day-long regional meeting.
The cost for a display table, chair, the organization’s logo included with attendee materials, and one registration is $100 per Regional Meeting.
Each LIFE Regional Meeting is expected to attract 50-100 representatives from utilities, state and local government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and private industry, including contractors. What they have in common is a commitment to helping low-income households address their energy needs.
Be sure to register by April 14 so that your logo can be included in this year's regional meeting series materials.
At the time of registration, please email a print-ready copy of your organization's logo to LIFE@nyserda.ny.gov.