Virtual Event | Resiliency & Clean Energy: Keeping the Lights on While Reducing Emissions
As our daily lives are increasingly electrified, the need for a reliable power supply has never been more important. Considering recent summer and winter weather-induced blackouts, accomplishing this critical goal while reducing carbon emissions and maintaining affordable electricity prices is challenging states, regulators, investor-owned utilities, and retail power providers alike.
Please join us for a virtual policy roundtable addressing the challenges and technology and policy solutions for enhancing grid resiliency, securing long-term reliability, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Energy experts will discuss the state of the United States’ electric grid, the comparative benefits and costs of the competitive and monopoly models for power markets, and explore the challenges facing the public and private sectors.
Keynote: Neil Chatterjee | Commissioner, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
- Bryn Baker | Director of Policy Innovation, Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance (REBA)
- Pat Wood III | CEO, Hunt Energy Network & former FERC Chairman
- Jonathan Adelman, Xcel Energy’s Vice President of Strategy and Planning
- Elin Swanson Katz | VP of Utilities, Tilson
Moderator: Charles Hernick | Vice President of Policy and Advocacy, CRES Forum
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