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Transmission’s Critical Role in Decarbonizing New England: Keynote by FERC Chairman Richard Glick; followed by High-Level Panel Discussion

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New England Electricity Restructuring Roundtable (#171)

Transmission's Critical Role in Decarbonizing New England: Keynote by FERC Chairman Richard Glick; Followed by High-Level Panel Discussion

ON ZOOM

Friday, September 24, 2021 - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Zoom coordinates will be sent to registrants by Thurs 9/23 at noon.

Refunds will be issued until Tues 9/21 at noon. To cancel your registration or request a refund, please reply to your confirmation email or contact susan@raabassociates.org

Hosted by Foley Hoag, Boston

Convener/Moderator: Dr. Jonathan Raab, Raab Associates, Ltd.

Twitter: #RaabRT Website: www.RaabAssociates.org

AGENDA

Welcome and Introductions—Dr. Jonathan Raab

Keynote Address: FERC Chairman Richard Glick

Panel: Improving Transmission Planning, Investment, and Siting

  • Judy Chang, Undersecretary for Energy, MA EEA
  • Gordon van Welie, President & CEO, ISO New England
  • Dr. Susan Tierney, Senior Advisor, Analysis Group
  • Bill Quinlan, President, Transmission & OSW Projects, Eversource Energy

The Restructuring Roundtable Is Generously Sponsored in 2021 By:

Acadia Center, AFRY Management Consulting, Analysis Group, Anbaric, API, Autumn Lane Energy Consulting, Avangrid, Brookfield Renewables, Calpine, Canadian Consulate Boston, Cape Light Compact, Concentric Energy Advisors, Conservation Law Foundation, Constellation Energy, Daymark Energy Advisors, Direct Energy, E3, E4TheFuture, Ekotrope, Enbridge, Enel, Energy Tariff Experts, Energy Options, Energyzt, ENGIE, Eversource, Environmental Defense Fund, FirstLight Power, Foley Hoag LLP, Green Energy Consumers Alliance, Hydro Québec US, ISO-NE, Levitan & Associates, Liberty Utilities, MassCEC, MA DOER, Mayflower Wind, National Grid, NECEC, NECPUC, NEEP, NEPGA, NHEC, NextEra Energy, NRG Energy, Ørsted, Power Options, Québec Delegation (Boston), Sustainable Energy Advantage, Synapse Energy Economics, Unitil, VELCO, Windstar UMass, Vineyard Wind, Vistra Energy

Note: Sponsorship of the Roundtable does not imply the endorsement or support of any issue or speaker. 

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Refunds will be issued until Tues 9/21 at noon. To cancel your registration or request a refund, please reply to your confirmation email or contact susan@raabassociates.org

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THE ON-DEMAND VIDEO RECORDING OF THE ROUNDTABLE WILL BE AVAILABLE ABOUT A WEEK AFTER THE EVENT. THIS IS A SEPARATE PRODUCT NOT INCLUDED WITH REGISTRATION. IT COSTS $45 FOR NON-SPONSORS AND IS A FREE BENEFIT FOR EMPLOYEES OF SPONSOR ORGANIZATIONS.

TO REGISTER AT THE FREE SPONSOR RATE, YOU MUST USE A WORK EMAIL ADDRESS FROM ONE OF OUR SPONSORING ORGANIZATIONS.

 

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Organizer of Transmission’s Critical Role in Decarbonizing New England

Dr. Jonathan Raab of Raab Associates, Ltd. serves as the convener and moderator of the Roundtable and is responsible for developing the agenda, securing speakers, and facilitating the meetings. The Roundtable is hosted by the law firm Foley Hoag LLP and funded by participating sponsors.

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