Powering New York's Future

September 21, 2009

Hearings Bring Businesses & Public to the Table with Lawmakers to Reshape State’s Energy and Economic Development Strategy

BUFFALO (September 22, 2009)—Legislative leaders from the New York State Senate and Assembly Committees overseeing our state’s energy policy, its authorities, and our economy, will open public discussions on the future of energy incentive programs used to create and sustain jobs throughout the state. With the “Powering New York’s Future” initiative, lawmakers are following through on a promise to develop a long term approach to these programs, giving businesses, trade groups, and the public a voice in the process.


State Senator Darrel J. Aubertine, chair of the Senate Energy and Telecommunications Committee

State Senator William T. Stachowski, chair of the Senate Commerce, Economic Development, and Small Business

Assemblyman Kevin A. Cahill, chair of the Assembly Energy Committee

Assemblyman Robin Schimminger, chair of the Assembly Economic Development, Job Creation, Commerce and Industry

Assemblyman Richard L. Brodsky, chair of the Assembly Corporations, Authorities and Commissions Committee


Announcing the Powering New York’s Future initiative to reshape the state’s economic development programs


Tuesday, September 22, 2009 @  3PM


Buffalo-Niagara Partnership, 665 Main St., Suite 200, Buffalo