Who Will Benefit from Attending:
Attorneys, industry executives, governmental officials, and customer representatives involved with renewable energy, energy efficiency, electric transmission and gas pipelines, and consideration of alternatives to new projects
Why You will Benefit from Attending:
Legislative carbon emission reduction commitments in New England and New York will reshape energy generation, delivery and consumption across the region. Increased electrification of buildings and transportation will require more clean energy resources and changes to the region’s delivery infrastructure to meet these goals in a cost-effective manner. We are pleased to have assembled a distinguished faculty to discuss these challenges. You will hear about new technologies to meet these challenges, their impacts on state policy and competitive energy markets, as well as the legal and regulatory paths for approval and construction. We are very pleased with the depth and breadth of experience that our distinguished faculty will bring to the discussions. You will have an opportunity to hear from and converse with, high-level legal practitioners, policymakers, grid operators, subject area experts, and business executives as they address the challenges of an increased demand for electric power while maintaining a path toward significant carbon reduction goals by 2050. New resources, including massive amounts of offshore wind, will need to be developed, and our existing transmission and distribution systems will need to evolve to meet these challenges. Our conference will close with a practical prospective to financing and building these projects.
Join us as we stitch together a coherent big picture from seemingly disparate parts, and then offer practical tips and techniques that you can put to work right away. We hope to see you there!
Putting the Pieces Together for Successful Project Development
September 25th | 10:45 am
The agreements necessary for successful project development, the need to make sure that the failure of one component doesn’t bring down the entire project, and tips for ensuring that the pieces come together and in the right order.
Speaker: Kathleen M. Phelps, Esq. , Assistant General Counsel, Ameresco