Good Energy supported the 50th anniversaryNew Jersey Conference of Mayors spring conference as a platinum member. Held on April 24-26, 2013 at the Borgata Hotel in Atlantic City, this conference provided an excellent opportunity for mayors to discuss state and federal issues in an open forum. The event brought mayors from all over the state to share ideas and learn about different products and services that could benefit their communities.
In addition to its role as a platinum member, Good Energy presented at the improved energy efficiency panel and the business council session. Charles De Casteja, managing partner for Good Energy, spoke on the panel about the benefits of government energy aggregation, and showed an informative video explaining how government energy aggregation, "GEA", works. The primary focus of the council session, meanwhile, surrounded potential enhancements to the current government energy aggregation laws. Good Energy's presentation centered around helping municipal officials understand how a GEA program can be implemented in their community.
Representatives of Good Energy spoke with almost 100 mayors about GEA throughout the conference. The representatives dispelled a number of rumors about GEA and explained how the program provides another option to residents. Many mayors also expressed an immediate interest in government energy aggregation, as it could be an effective tool to help citizens offset the potential tax increases looming in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Charles de Casteja and Edward Carey of Good Energy
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