Interview with Patti Helfer, NRG conducted by Mary Clare Garber Princeton Legal Search Group LLC
This may sound more like the beginning of a math quiz but it is instead one of NRGs
guiding strategies that will be discussed at the next ACG Meeting, March 20th (www.acg.org).
Patti Helfer who leads NRG’s Human Resources, Information Technology Supply Chain and Facilities departments as Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer will speak about how the company is growing new “green” businesses in smart, innovative ways that appeal to customers throughout the US. “These new investments across the green market space offer
high-growth and high return potential, particularly within our solar platform.”
One of the ways the company is achieving their objective is to be the “builder of the nation’s first privately funded network of electric vehicle charging infrastructure which also supports “NRG’s future growth which is tied to the country’s trend toward sustainability." Can you imagine not going to the gas station anymore?
According to Patti, “the energy companies that can provide easy, affordable, customized solutions that enhance consumers’ lifestyles will lead in the 21st century. NRG will be one of those leaders because we are driving innovations that are opening up a new horizon of possibilities for people to use energy to improve their life.” Green = Growth at NRG.
Come hear the lessons learned from turning around a business to being recognized as a leader in an emerging growth market. What strategies, ideas, experiences may be applicable to your organization?
Association for Corporate Growth – Princeton (www.acg.org)
March 20, 2012
6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
The Westin Princeton At Forrestal Village