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, sponsored by The Northeast Pennsylvania Manufacturers and Employers Association, will be held on Friday from 1 1 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Top of the 80’s, West Hazleton. The discussion will center on ACT 129 Phase II. Ray Murphy, PPL’s manager of major accounts, will be on hand to present.


During this roundtable, Murphy will provide an overview of the plan submitted to the PA Public Utilities Commission (currently awaiting approval), paying particular attention to the opportunities for the business customer. The plan provides a portfolio of options which will offer PPL Electric Utilities customers a cost effective, flexible and wide ranging set of programmatic choices, incentives, information and educational opportunities. Components of the plan include: appliance recycling, prescriptive equipment rebates, a custom incentive component as well as new programs to address additional opportunities for the education sector.


The cost to register, which includes lunch, is $37 for Northeast Pennsylvania Manufacturers and Employers Association members and $74 for non-members. To register, email Darlene J. Robbins at , or call 622-0992.



, sponsored by The Northeast Pennsylvania Manufacturers and Employers Association, will be held March 5 from 1 1 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Top of the 80’s, West Hazleton. The topic will be “Your Customers – the New Experts!”


During this roundtable, executives will receive a brief analysis of the biggest challenge facing business today: the profound shift in the buyer-seller equation.


The cost to register, which includes lunch, is $37 for Northeast Pennsylvania Manufacturers and Employers Association members and $74 for non-members. To register, email Darlene J. Robbins at , or call 622-0992.



will present information on economic impacts with a focus on what the natural gas industry means to local business at the March Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce Educational Luncheon.


George Stark, director of external affairs at Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, will address chamber members on Wednesday, March 13, at Twig’s CafĂ© in Tunkhannock from 1 1:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.


The presentation will feature Cabot’s perspective on the success of the natural gas industry and the impact it is having on a variety of local businesses — from water recycling businesses and environmental consulting firms to landscapers, hardware stores, insurance companies, real estate brokers, community organizations and many more. The positive economic progress is also giving rise to new businesses and entrepreneurs who are finding creative ways of providing services to the natural gas industry and its growing workforce.


To reserve seats, contact Deborah at 875-8325 or by email at . Seating will be limited to one representative per business. Request for additional representatives as well as non-members will be wait-listed until all members have been accommodated.

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