California’s 2nd Compliance Period: A Game Changer for Industry?
Thursday, September 12, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (PDT)
Long Beach, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
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California’s cap-and-trade program is well into its first compliance period and it’s time to start preparing for the second compliance period, which begins January 2015. With revised regulations, an international link and expanded coverage in California, the market is likely to evolve significantly. All covered entities – particularly those covered from 2015 – face the challenge of understanding the revised rules, determining their position in the market, and developing a compliance strategy that remains effective as the market changes.
How will the second period of cap-and-trade affect your sector, your organization, and your competitors? What are emitters doing to prepare for compliance? Join us for a roundtable discussion featuring business representatives and market experts to discuss the best way to manage carbon risks in the second compliance period.
10-11am: What's coming up: how regulatory changes will impact industry.
Lily Mitchell, Hanna and Morton LLP
Emilie Mazzacurati, Four Twenty Seven
Joel Levin, Climate Action Reserve
11-12pm: Industry voices – Roundtable Discussion
Mike Wang, Western States Petroleum Association
Michael Shaw, California Trucking Association
Shawn Bailey, Sempra U.S. Gas & Power
John Larrea, California League of Food Processors
12-1pm: Complimentary lunch
1-2pm: Market Implications: impacts of regulatory changes
Ashley Lawson, Point Carbon Thomson Reuters
Mithun Rathore, Amerex
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Hanna and Morton LLP and Four Twenty Seven LLC
Hanna and Morton LLP is a specialist environmental and energy law firm. Norman Pedersen and Lily Mitchell advise clients on the cap-and-trade regulation as well as California’s other GHG and energy regulations. Their cap-and-trade expertise was gained by advising on the development of the regulation since 2007 and is honed by working closely with Air Resources Board staff on implementation issues and proposed changes to the regulation.
Four Twenty Seven LLC provides research and consulting services on carbon markets, climate policy and climate adaptation. We specialize in helping businesses and local governments turn climate risks into opportunities.