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McNees Attorneys and Specialist to Speak at the PSHFE 2017 Spring Conference and Technical Exhibition

April 17, 2017
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HARRISBURG, Pa. – McNees’ Vicki Karandrikas, Dave Mabry, and Steve Matzura will speak at the 2017 Pennsylvania Society for Health Facility Engineering (PSHFE) Spring Conference and Technical Exhibition on April 28 at the Red Lion Hotel.

The speakers from McNees will present, Demand Response Program Update & New EPA Emissions Rules at 8:45 a.m. The presentation is available for all registrants of the two-day spring conference, which begins on April 27.

Karandrikas practices in the Energy and Environmental law group at McNees. She advises commercial, industrial, and institutional customers regarding electricity and natural gas and procurement. As part of her practice, Karandrikas counsels clients regarding energy and natural gas supply options, including requests for proposals for energy service, negotiating retail and wholesale energy contracts, building on-site generation, and securing federal and state regulatory approvals for self-supply arrangements.

Matzura advises businesses and energy-sector clients on a broad range of environmental issues, including matters involving air, water, wastewater, and waste. He also assists clients in the manufacturing and energy sectors regarding workplace safety.

Mabry is an Energy Management Specialist focused on assisting clients in developing and selecting cost-reducing energy supply strategies in wholesale and retail markets for electricity and natural gas. He provides continuous monitoring of existing and developing commercial and regulatory activities in both established and evolving energy markets, and is an active participant in the PJM wholesale and retail energy market stakeholder process.

Established as a non-profit corporation in 2002, the PSHFE is an advocate and resource for continuous improvement in the healthcare engineering, and the facility management profession. The PSHFE is the designated state chapter of representing the American Society for Healthcare Engineering within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

For more information and registration for the spring conference, visit the PSHFE website (pshfe.com) or email, pshfe@comcast.net.