FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 25, 2017
Oliver F. Hays
Phillips Lytle LLP
PHILLIPS LYTLE LLP HEAD OF ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY
DENNIS W. ELSENBECK TO PARTICIPATE ON DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI
PANEL AT UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND
APPLIED SCIENCES GRADUATE SCHOOL ORIENTATION
Buffalo, N.Y. – Phillips Lytle LLP Head of Energy and Sustainability Dennis W. Elsenbeck will participate in the panel discussion “What I Know Now That I Wish I Had Known in Graduate School,” at New Graduate Student Professionalism Orientation for the University at Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. The event will be held on Friday, August 25. Mr. Elsenbeck received his Master’s in Engineering from University at Buffalo in 1996.
Mr. Elsenbeck provides consulting services on a broad range of energy-related opportunities encompassing a forward view of supply, distribution and demand options. In his leadership role with a major U.S. utility for nearly 30 years, he brings to Phillips Lytle insight, analytics and business perspectives on long-term policies and the economic landscape. He assists clients with due diligence and regulatory compliance on energy transactions; regulatory counseling involving Public Service Commission proceedings; energy procurement and utility negotiations involving government entities and municipalities; procurement consulting regarding the reduction of energy costs and review of economic incentives; market-driven integrated resource planning; and identifying commercial and technical issues associated with energy-related opportunities. Mr. Elsenbeck helps clients move critical energy projects forward by providing creative solutions and overcoming project challenges. He works to develop the voice of the consumer in energy policy and bill impacts as sustainability becomes a focus of energy policy. Mr. Elsenbeck collaborates with clients in shaping the “utility of the future.”
Mr. Elsenbeck is a well-recognized expert in the energy field and is a highly sought-after lecturer on a variety of topics across the U.S.