Sep
21
11:30am11:30am

GCPA Houston Luncheon

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GCPA Houston Luncheon

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"Utility-Scale Battery Energy Storage – A Technologically Proven, Cost Competitive Solution That Can Solve Multiple Grid Problems"

SPEAKER

Charles W. Vaughan
Vice President, Business Development -
U.S. & Canada, AES Energy Storage

Utilities and grid operators have begun to realize that battery energy storage is a technologically proven, scalable, and cost competitive solution to multiple problems that they face within their networks. This is the result of three key factors that this presentation will address: #1 - Innovative technological advances in system architectures and components; #2 - Recent system cost reductions; and #3 - A significant installed base of operating projects with multiple operating years meeting or exceeding operational expectations, resulting in the technology being perceived as proven. This presentation will also discuss some examples of various grid problems and how battery energy storage can be a solution.

Our speaker Charles Vaughan is Vice President, Business Development – U.S. & Canada for AES Energy Storage, a division of the AES Corporation, a Fortune 200 global energy company (NYSE: AES). He has over 15 years of experience in the energy industry focusing on wind, solar, and energy storage projects and has worked for project developers, equipment manufacturers, and services providers. He has originated, negotiated and closed transactions worth over $3 billion and 3,000 mega-watts of energy capacity.

LOCATION

The Downtown Club at Houston Center
1100 Caroline Street - 11th Floor (Level C in elevator in garage)
Houston, TX 77002

PARKING

Available at 1111 San Jacinto Garage (garage is at street level with Downtown Club at 1100 Caroline Street located above the garage):

ENTER GARAGE FROM LAMAR - From Caroline Street, take a right on Lamar; garage entrance will be on your left

Take the Caroline Street bank of elevators to Level C (11th floor) to reach the Downtown Club - Houston Center

PRICE & OTHER INFORMATION

Pre-Registration Deadline - Wed. Sep. 20th at 12 noon

GCPA Members & State Govt. Employees - $30
Non-Members - $40

*There will be an additional $5 surcharge for any walk-in registrants at the luncheon.

ADVANCE PAYMENT BY CREDIT CARD IS RECOMMENDED - RECEIVE YOUR ELECTRONIC RECEIPT IMMEDIATELY & AVOID THE LINE!

If you encounter problems while registering, please contact Penny Sullivan at psullivan@gulfcoastpower.org

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW

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Sep
21
6:30pm 6:30pm

CleanTX Power Hour

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Thursday, September 21st 6:30 - 8:00 pm

at the Austin Technology Incubator (ATI)
2815 San Gabriel St, Austin TX 78705

Featuring

 
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Free for CleanTX members, $10 for non members.
Dinner wil be provided!

Civic Farms is an Austin-based vertical farming consortium providing business solutions, innovation and technology, marketing, and branding services to companies in the vertical farming industry, the plant nursery industry, the plant-based pharma industry, the retail sector, the food service industry and CEA research companies and educational institutions. The Civic Farms R&D and Innovation Center is being constructed at Biosphere 2 – University of Arizona and the Civic Farms consumer brand is based on a patent-pending, process-optimized grow tray design. The Civic Farms mission is to profitably consolidate and scale vertical farming to provide affordable, locally grown, fresh produce to consumers; create consumer brand and long-term IP value for stakeholders; and develop and commercialize technology across the vertical farming industry’s first consolidated entity.

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Sep
25
12:00pm12:00pm

Project Disposition and Acquisition

ON THE HORIZON WEBINAR SERIES: TRIMMING COSTS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECTS  

Project Disposition and Acquisition

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Monday, September 25, 2017
Noon – 1:00 pm cdt

In this installment, Husch Blackwell attorneys will discuss ways to reduce the costs associated with the acquisition and disposition of renewable energy projects and increase efficiencies throughout the life of the transaction. We will address common issues that typically require significant negotiation between the parties, as well as novel issues that require thoughtful consideration, planning, and negotiation.

PRESENTERS

Steve F. Carman, Partner
Victoria H. Sitz, Partner

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

General counsel, renewable energy executives, developers, in-house counsel, business development managers, financial and business analysts, project investors, public officials, and other development consultants and service providers.

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT

This program is pending approval for California, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin continuing legal education credit.

REGISTRATION

This webinar is complimentary; however, registration is required. We encourage you to forward this invitation to interested colleagues.

QUESTIONS

Contact Emily Kenyon at 816.983.8776.

 

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Sep
26
to Sep 27

Kansas Energy Conference & DG Workshop

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Distributed Generation Workshop
September 27th following the Kansas Energy Conference
DoubleTree by Hilton Wichita Airport, Wichita, KS

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Please join DWEA for a Distributed Generation Workshop co-hosted by the Clean Energy Business Council and Kansas Department of Commerce alongside the Kansas Energy Conference September 26-27 in Wichita, Kansas. The half-day Distributed Generation Workshop will follow the conference on September 27th and will be presented as an add-on option for conference attendees.

During the conference and workshop attendees, sponsors, and presenters will participate in general and breakout sessions, meet local and national energy experts, and visit diverse exhibits. Rural cooperatives and utilities, farmers and agricultural producers, state and local policy makers, cleantech industry members, major developers, corporate purchasers, and all other interested parties are invited to participate. The full conference agenda, registration information, and additional details are available here. We hope to see you in Wichita!

Conference and Workshop Sessions Include:

  • Corporate Renewable Energy Potential in Kansas
  • Clean Energy as an Economic Development Tool
  • DG101: The Fundamentals of Distributed Generation 
  • Success Stories: Telling the Tale of DG in Kansas
  • Defining the DG Market in Kansas

Take a look at the full AGENDA

Click HERE to register!


Thank you to the DWEA Distributed Generation Workshop Sponsors!

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Oct
3
to Oct 4

GCPA 32nd Annual Fall Conference

Pre-Conference Activity Add-Ons on October 2nd:

  1. 9am - 11:45am - Free Training Session by Texas RE
  2. 11am - Fall Golf Tournament - Shotgun
  3. Morning Workshop “Compliance Basics for Market Participants”
  4. 1pm - 4:30pm - Afternoon Workshop "Cybersecurity: It’s NOT Just a NERC Thing"
  5. 6pm - 7:30pm - Welcome Cocktail Reception

Join us at this Fall's largest electric power industry event in the ERCOT/Gulf Coast region!

DON'T MISS THE "MUST ATTEND" POWER INDUSTRY EVENT FOR THIS FALL

  • Nine Dynamic Sessions
  • Three Featured Keynoters
  • Compelling Discussion & Debate
  • 650+ Power Professionals
  • Exceptional Networking

TIMELY TOPICS

  • IPP CEO Roundtable
  • Market Design Reforms
  • Skilled Labor Outlook for Gulf Coast Industrial Development
  • Bullish or Bearish on Energy Markets in Texas
  • Contemporaneous Issues in Federal Policy
  • Future Transco and Disco Policy Issues
  • Environmental Implications: Effect of Extreme Weather on Power Systems
  • Retail Opportunities: Big Data & Smart Meter Data
  • Generation Repowering and Demolition

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Oct
10
1:00pm 1:00pm

Siting for Renewable Energy

NEW DIRECTIONS: 
RENEWABLE ENERGY IN A TRANSFORMING ENVIRONMENT WEBINAR SERIES

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Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Noon – 1:00 P.M. CDT

Please join Husch Blackwell and the Texas Renewable Energy Industries Alliance for a series of webinars focused on the Texas renewable industry. This webinar will focus on siting issues, challenges, legal issues, and opportunities for wind and solar resources in Texas.

Presenters
Lacey W. Breeden, Attorney, Husch Blackwell
Laura Caspari, Director of Development, SoCore Energy
Ben Fairbanks, Senior Director, Business Development, NRG Energy

Who Should Attend
Renewable developers, solar service providers, utilities, public officials, investment banks, private equity companies, environmental entities, general counsel, and other development consultants and service providers.

Continuing Education Credit
This program is pending approval for Texas continuing legal education credit.

Registration
This webinar is complimentary; however, registration is required. We encourage you to forward this invitation to interested colleagues.

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Oct
11
to Oct 12

AWEA October 2017 Congressional Fly-In: Texas & Oklahoma

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Promoting the benefits of wind energy in communities across Texas and Oklahoma and building congressional support for our priorities. 

AWEA is organizing a targeted, two-day lobbying event in Washington, DC, on Wednesday, October 11 and Thursday, October 12, to promote the benefits of wind energy in communities across Texas and Oklahoma and build support on Capitol Hill for our current and future priorities. 

Participants in the event will engage with federal representatives from Texas and Oklahoma -- the two states where we have both a great story to tell and current and emerging barriers to continued development.  

THE EVENT WILL INCLUDE

  • Issue and advocacy training for industry participants;
  • Hill visits with targeted Texas and Oklahoma federal representatives and staff;
  • A networking social.

Please help us also identify partners within your supply chain that we can reach out to and ensure we have representation from all players in the local wind story, including:

  • Landowners leasing land for wind projects;
  • County officials involved in the project siting process;
  • Local representatives that have realizing tax revenues and other payments from wind project development;
  • Wind technicians that were trained at community colleges and other programs or working to install or operate and maintain wind generator;
  • Veterans now working in the industry; and,
  • Members of the wind development and local community that have worked together with local military installations to successfully site wind projects while sustaining military base readiness.

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Oct
12
1:15pm 1:15pm

Securing Capital for Energy Storage: Hear Latest Insights at ACORE Finance West

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Fireside Chat: Financing Energy Storage
October 12, 1:15-2:15 pm


Energy Leaders Converge at ACORE Finance West

Ira Ehrenpreis Managing Partner DBL Par

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Managing Partner
DBL Par

Susan Kennedy Founder & CEO Advanced Microgrid Systems

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Founder & CEO
Advanced Microgrid Systems

Rhys Marsh Director CIT Energy Finance

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Director
CIT Energy Finance

Mark Vandehelm Vice President Energy Walmart

Mark Vandehelm
Vice President Energy
Walmart

Senior players in the energy storage market will provide insights on the recent boom in deployment, how it will continue to shape western electricity markets, project economics and challenges in securing capital.


Interested in Sponsorship Opportunities

ACORE Finance West offers a suite of customizable sponsorship packages to ensure your company gets the most out of your event experience. For additional information, please contact Cindi Eck at eck@acore.org


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Oct
23
to Oct 24

GridNEXT 2017

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TREIA is taking its annual conference to the NEXT level. Connect with thought leaders and businesses across the Texas energy industry at the GridNEXT conference being held October 23-24 in Georgetown, Texas at the Sheraton Georgetown Hotel and Conference Center. 

WHY ATTEND

GridNEXT is the only power industry conference in Texas that focuses specifically on ways new renewable technologies, business models, and grid modernization initiatives are transforming the energy landscape and the grid itself.  Come learn, connect, and innovate with your peers about the latest energy trends and developments.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Technology Providers
  • Utilities
  • Energy Consumers/Prosumers
  • Developers/Integrators
  • Solution Providers including:  Policymakers, Regulators, Consultants, Academics, and Thought-Leaders.

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Nov
13
to Nov 15

CATEE 2017 Texas Energy Summit

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The Texas Energy Summit – CATEE 2017 is a premiere educational conference and business expo that provides our attendees the opportunity to engage in a lively conversation about cleaner air, a better built environment, sustainability and a new energy economy. The Texas Energy Summit – CATEE 2017 will be held at the Dallas/Plano Marriott at Legacy Town Center in Plano, TX and is hosted by the Texas A&M Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL), a division of the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES), a member of the Texas A&M University System.

We are excited to announce the theme for our 14th annual conference is the Texas Energy Summit, where we continue to build new program offerings for you by reaching out to new energy partners, providing a venue to learn about state of the art energy innovations and focusing on energy and energy management in Texas.

The program features one day of pre-conference workshops and tours of some of DFW’s shining examples of sustainable commercial buildings and manufacturing facilities and two full days of conference sessions with exciting keynotes, specific conference tracks to include energy/water nexus, renewable energy, intelligent building design, energy efficiency IOT, and more.

This year’s Texas Energy Summit will provide you the opportunity to engage with industry experts, state and local policy makers, community and business leaders, researchers, facility and energy managers, design and development professionals, utility and energy service experts, and more in a lively conversation about cleaner air, a better built environment, and a new energy economy.

The Texas Energy Summit, rotated annually among Texas metropolitan regions, will provide a forum to:

share information on state and local energy efficiency, renewable energy, and air quality policies; raise awareness of the importance of energy efficiency, renewable energy, and sustainability measures for the state’s economic well-being as Texas; highlight and celebrate successful policies and programs being implemented to achieve emissions reductions and related environmental and economic benefits; explore the growing importance of the Energy/Water Nexus; and consider the exciting new advances in intelligent building design, Smart Cities and energy efficiency Internet of Things (IOT), including manufacturing/industrial IOT.

This is the most vibrant conversation available on pathways to a sustainable future for our cities, and we want YOU to join us for this valuable conference!

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Nov
13
to Nov 15

Texas Energy Summit-CATEE 2017

The Texas Energy Summit – CATEE 2017 is a premiere educational conference and business expo that provides our attendees the opportunity to engage in a lively conversation about cleaner air, a better built environment, sustainability and a new energy economy.  CATEE 2017 - Texas Energy Summit will be held at the Dallas/Plano Marriott at Legacy Town Center in Plano, TX and is hosted by the Texas A&M Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL), a division of the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES), a member of the Texas A&M University System.

This program features one day of pre-conference workshops and tour(s), and two full days of conference sessions with exciting keynotes, specific conference tracks to include energy/water nexus, renewable energy, intelligent building design, energy efficiency IOT, and more.   
This is the most vibrant conversation available on pathways to a sustainable future for our cities, and we want YOU to join us for this valuable conference! 

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Nov
29
to Nov 30

Solar Business Festival

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The Solar Business Festival (SBF), is the leading solar conference and exhibition in Texas, that provides a significant business platform for knowledge sharing, connectivity, marketing, and sales, bringing together solar & storage companies involved in the Texas's market, companies looking to expand into Texas, companies looking to grow their business beyond Texas, and energy consumers. 

The two-day conference segment features a wide variety of sessions on, microgrids & energy storage, project financing, sustainable buildings, smart grids, solar initiatives & innovations, utility integration, community solar projects, policies, incentives and goals, market growth opportunities, regulatory framework, international solar market opportunities/challenges, sustainable farming, and more. The expo is B2B focus and attracts visitors in the retail, commercial, industrial, and residential industries. SBF 2017’s theme is “Eye on Texas Solar Energy Future”, and will welcome over 90+ prominent speakers including the following featured confirmed speakers;

  • Ravi Thuraisingham, Executive Vice President and Head of Solar, Crius Energy
  • Tim Costello, CEO, Builder Homesite Inc.
  • Colin James Walsh, CEO, Wave Solar
  • Jason Smith, President & COO, CalCom Solar
  • Wade Gungoll, General Counsel, 7X Energy, Inc
  • Ron Zimmer, President & CEO, Continental Automated Buildings Association
  • Claudia Wentworth, CEO, Quick Mount PV
  • Mohammed Abdalla, Founder & President, Good Faith Energy
  • Stevie K Bear, President & CEO, Make It Modular, LLC
  • Michael Legatt, CEO, ResilientGrid, Inc.
  • Vikram Aggarwal, CEO and Founder, EnergySage
  • Jason Safford, CEO, Jason Safford, LLC.
  • Tuan Pham, President & CEO, PowerFin Partners, LLC
  • Younnes Scally, Co-Founder, Everybody Solar
  • Alison Brown, P.E., President, & Founder, Flux Energy Systems
  • Anita Ledbetter, Executive Director, Build San Antonio Green
  • Mario Portela, Managing Director, TPG ART
  • Scott Nguyen, Executive Director, 1PlanetSol

 

See all speaker’s line-up at

 

INTERESTED IN ATTENDING SBF 2017?

 

Tickets to attend SBF 2017 are available including, Expo Pass, Full Conference & Expo Pass, Student Full Conference & Expo Pass, One Day Conference & Expo Pass, Breakfast ticket, Lunch ticket, and VIP all-access pass. TRIEA Members enjoy 20% Discount. Code: (GOBIGTEXAS). Visit https://sbf2017.eventbrite.com/ to complete your registration.

The event website www.sbftexas.com contains all to know about Solar Business Festival!

For questions, sponsorship, advertising, speaking and exhibiting opportunities, please contact sbf@gaadvancement.com

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Jan
10
to Jan 11

Power Plays: Drilling into Geothermal Energy Applications

The SMU Geothermal Lab is hosting our 9th international energy conference, Power Plays: Drilling into Geothermal Energy Applications, January 10-11, 2018 on the SMU campus in Dallas, Texas. 

Power Plays will advance the understanding of geothermal resources, providing you with insights into developing this clean energy reserve. Join others with expertise in field operations, project development, technology, finance, engineering and resource assessment from the geothermal, oil & gas, and renewable energy sectors to explore economic solutions for geothermal energy at the Power Plays: Drilling into Geothermal Energy Applicationsconference.  Submit an abstract today. 

The event includes:

  • Opening Networking Reception and Poster Session, January 10, 2018
  • Conference with oral presentations and panel discussions, January 11, 2018

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Sep
14
5:15pm 5:15pm

UT Energy Symposium

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"U.S. Climate Policy: The Importance of
Thinking and Acting Regionally"


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David E. Adelman

Harry Reasoner Regents Chair in Law

The University of Texas at Austin School of Law

Thursday, September 14, 5:15 p.m. – 6:15 p.m.
Avaya Auditorium (POB 2.302)

Refreshments served at 4:45 p.m.


David E. Adelman holds the Harry Reasoner Regents Chair in Law at the University of Texas School of Law. He teaches and writes in the areas of environmental law, energy policy, and law & science. Professor Adelman’s research draws on a mix of traditional legal analysis, empirical methods, and in-depth assessments of relevant environmental and climate science. His articles have addressed such topics as the tensions between legal and scientific evidentiary standards in regulatory decision making, development of effective policies for promoting innovation relevant to addressing climate change, and more recently empirical studies of clean air and climate policies. Professor Adelman received a B.A. from Reed College, a Ph.D. in chemistry from Stanford University, and a J.D. from Stanford Law School. Following law school, he clerked for the Honorable Samuel Conti of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. Professor Adelman was a Senior Attorney with the Natural Resources Defense Council and an associate with the law firm Covington & Burling in Washington, D.C., prior to joining the law faculty at the University of Arizona. He joined the UT Austin faculty in 2009.

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Sep
13
to Sep 14

SGCC’s 6th Annual Members Meeting and Fall Workshop

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SGCC’s annual Members Meeting is a must-attend event for industry professionals charged with delivering smart energy programs, products and services to consumers. This event will also be key in determining SGCC’s direction for 2018.

Cost

Free to attend for all members! Discounted hotel accommodations for all attendees will be available shortly.

The event will feature a keynote address from Jackie Sargent, General Manager of Austin Energy, and Debbie Kimberly, Vice President of Customer Energy Solutions, Austin Energy, on what the utility has planned for consumers in the future. 

Austin Energy will also be offering attendees a tour of their state-of-the-art System Control Center.

A provisional agenda will be available in the coming weeks.

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Sep
12
4:00pm 4:00pm

UT Energy Symposium

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"U.S. Climate Policy: The Importance of

Thinking and Acting Regionally"


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David E. Adelman

Harry Reasoner Regents Chair in Law

The University of Texas at Austin School of Law


Thurs, Sept 14, 5:15pm – 6:15pm
Avaya Auditorium (POB 2.302)
Refreshments served at 4:45pm

David E. Adelman holds the Harry Reasoner Regents Chair in Law at the University of Texas School of Law. He teaches and writes in the areas of environmental law, energy policy, and law & science. Professor Adelman’s research draws on a mix of traditional legal analysis, empirical methods, and in-depth assessments of relevant environmental and climate science. His articles have addressed such topics as the tensions between legal and scientific evidentiary standards in regulatory decision making, development of effective policies for promoting innovation relevant to addressing climate change, and more recently empirical studies of clean air and climate policies. Professor Adelman received a B.A. from Reed College, a Ph.D. in chemistry from Stanford University, and a J.D. from Stanford Law School. Following law school, he clerked for the Honorable Samuel Conti of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. Professor Adelman was a Senior Attorney with the Natural Resources Defense Council and an associate with the law firm Covington & Burling in Washington, D.C., prior to joining the law faculty at the University of Arizona. He joined the UT Austin faculty in 2009.

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Aug
30
9:00am 9:00am

GCPA 4th Annual SPP Regional Conference

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Join us in Dallas for this SPP Regional Conference!

A few years ago GCPA members began to request that GCPA provide educational and networking events for areas along the Gulf Coast in markets outside of but adjacent to ERCOT. This conference marks the fourth annual GCPA conference dealing with SPP regional issues. A team of industry experts has planned a conference that provides insight and expert opinions regarding transmission, generation, the market and inter-regional issues.

We are pleased that once again the conference starts with a keynote presentation from SPP Board Chairman Jim Eckelberger. The morning sessions that follow focus on the market and future generation. After lunch, we will hear from Missouri Public Service Commissioner and SPP Regional State Committee Chairman Steve Stoll. The afternoon sessions begin with a look at distributed technologies and moves into inter-regional activities, including the latest on moving Lubbock Power & Light from SPP to ERCOT.

What would a GCPA event be without networking? You will have the opportunity to meet with your peers in the electric power sector all day, but plan on staying for the reception after the presentations. Mix and mingle, make new contacts, re-establish former contacts and make post-event dinner plans to continue the conversations.

All of this is happening in Dallas at the Westin DFW with free shuttle service from the DFW Airport for those that are staying. A convenient venue for those with busy schedules. We hope you will join us.

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Aug
25
11:45am11:45am

GCPA Austin Luncheon-Texas Solar Market Update: The Path to >14GW

Speaker: Spivey Paup, Development Director, Recurrent Energ
 
Solar is becoming a powerful player in the ERCOT market, and ERCOT’s own analysis estimates more than 14 gigawatts of new solar over the next 15 years. What does the future hold for Texas’ solar industry? And what political and market dynamics could impact the path to >14 GW?
 
Our speaker Spivey Paup is the Development Director at Recurrent Energy where he leads the company’s project development activities in Texas and the eastern United States. Spivey is based in Austin, Texas. Recurrent Energy is a leading U.S. solar project developer with nearly 1 GW of solar projects under development in Texas. With more than 2.1GW of executed power contracts, over $8 billion in project financing commitments to date, and a project pipeline of more than 4 GW, Recurrent Energy has the resources and capabilities to deliver solar at any scale.
 
Prior to joining Recurrent Energy, Spivey spent nine years at E.ON Climate & Renewables North America developing wind and solar projects and growing the company’s solar and battery storage business. At E.ON Climate & Renewables he served as director of solar development. Prior to his career in renewable energy, he served as senior policy advisor for the U.S. House of Representatives in the Office of Congressman John R. Carter. Spivey received his bachelor’s in international studies from Texas A&M. He then decided to pursue his passion for alternative energy solutions and earned his master’s in business administration from the University of Texas.

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Aug
22
5:30pm 5:30pm

Solar Austin Happy Hour: Mayor Adler on Cities and Climate Change

With every passing day, society's reliance on fossil fuels further exacerbates the climate change crisis. The reality of climate change impacts on central Texas is sobering—unless we move past fossil fuels, even more severe storms, droughts, and extreme heat will become the new normal.
Knowing these facts while watching Trump pull the US from the Paris climate Change agreement was horrifying. Fortunately, Trump's decision has served to galvanize many local leaders to redouble their action—Austin Mayor Steve Adler is one of those local climate leaders reaffirming commitment to the Paris Accord. Solar Austin is excited to present Mayor Adler as our August Happy Hour speaker.
Mayor Adler will share his views on the decision to pull out of the Paris agreement and how Austin fits in among a coalition of cities both taking action right now and planning future efforts to reduce our carbon footprint and general environmental impact.

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Aug
22
12:00pm12:00pm

On the Horizon: Trimming Costs for Renewable Energy Projects-Federal and State Regulatory Approvals

In this installment, Husch Blackwell attorneys will discuss the federal and state regulatory approvals often required for typical wind and solar energy projects. They will address the circumstances under which such regulatory approvals are required and the timing needed to apply for and receive the approvals. In addition, they will highlight the issues that commonly arise in obtaining regulatory approvals.

Date and Time
Tuesday, August 22, 2017
Noon - 1:00 p.m. CDT

Presenters
Kyle Barry, Partner
Chris Reeder, Partner
Linda Walsh, Attorney

Who Should Attend
General counsel, renewable energy executives, developers, in-house counsel, business development managers, financial and business analysts, project investors, public officials, and other development consultants and service providers

Registration
This program is complimentary; however, registration is required. We encourage you to forward this invitation to interested colleagues.

Register

 

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Aug
21
to Aug 22

Technical Challenges Facing the Integration of Microgrids

Conference Overview:

Microgrid applications are filled with complexities and challenges that are being overcome by the industry one hurdle at a time. Beyond the battles for microgrid ownership and their financial backing, the many technical complexities of maximizing microgrid applications have become pressing issues for utilities to embrace and understand.

This conference will bring together industry professionals to share their experiences and knowledge on the technical challenges facing the integration of microgrids. Some of the technical issues coming to the forefront discussed in this conference and its workshop will be:  integrating microgrids into the distribution grid through sophisticated controls, islanding of the microgrid, system inverters, the creation of accurate microgrid studies, and critical performance evaluation among others.

NOTE: The early bird rate for this event ends Friday, August 4th, be sure to register by this date to receive the Early Bird rate.

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Aug
8
to Aug 10

Energy Storage North America

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Energy Storage North America (ESNA) is the largest conference and expo for grid-connected energy storage in North America.

ESNA 2017 will include energy storage site tours, networking, workshops, and learning sessions featuring the leading policymakers, utilities, and commercial and industrial customers focused on building the grid of the future. Participants will learn firsthand about the key use cases, successful implementations and potential risks in a fast-growing industry in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Network with over 1,900 energy storage stakeholders through one on one meetings, roundtable discussions, workshops with interactive discussions, intimate receptions for international attendees, utilities and women in the storage industry, and an evening of dining and dancing along the San Diego coast.

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Aug
7
6:00pm 6:00pm

Clean Energy Beers

Note: Clean Energy Beers will take a break in July, for the holiday, and resume in August. 

Now an Austin tradition, Clean Energy Beers started off in April 2009 as an informal extension of Dr. Webber’s office hours, and has evolved into a regular gathering of movers and shakers in the Central Texas clean-tech movement. Five years after its inception, the bar-b-que is just as tasty, the beer is still served cold, and the conversation is livelier than ever.

Clean Energy Beers is held on the first Monday of every month from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Uncle Billy’s Brew & Que on Barton Springs Road.

“Clean Energy Beers has no formal agenda – it’s laid-back fun, with only one requirement – you have to like at least one of the following: beer, bar-b-que, or clean energy,” said Dr. Webber.

The event brings together a wide variety of people from Austin’s growing clean energy community, Dr. Webber added.

Most months, about 75 people show up for Clean Energy Beers – job hunters looking for work , employers looking for employees, investors looking for inventors, inventors looking for investors, business partners seeking deals, “and people who just like hanging around other people who like energy.”

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Jul
27
7:30am 7:30am

TREIA & Tech Titans presents--Renewables & Technology: Unleashing Consumer Benefits

TREIA is excited to announce our partnership with TechTitans in hosting an upcoming breakfast event focusing on emerging technology disrupters.
 
“The once staid electric market is being disrupted by new technologies - from smart meters to management of on-site renewables,” says TREIA board member and Vistra Energy spokesman, Eric Padilla.  “As the ERCOT and other electric markets shift from centralized to distributed structures, innovative technology is the driving force making this happen.”
 
The focus of this presentation will be to highlight how one company (TXU Energy) is adapting and how they are providing innovative and customized solutions to their customers. We will conclude with a discussion about where the markets are heading in the future.
 
The event, to be held in Dallas on July 27 is a preview of topics that will be discussed at TREIA’s upcoming GridNEXT 2017 Conference in October, which will focus on “Transforming the Grid – Transforming Technology.”

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Jul
26
to Jul 27

Smart Home Energy Management Systems Conference

  • Marriott Marquis Houston (map)
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Monetization Strategies for Utilities in the Smart Home:
Adoption, Partnerships, Innovation
The smart home industry is predicted to be worth $121 billion by 2022, with Home Energy Management Systems (HEMS) taking a $3.15 billion share of that market. HEMS technology is growing in popularity and undergoing constant and rapid development. It promises savings, control and peace of mind for consumers, as well as growth opportunities for energy utilities, appliance manufacturers and connected home platform providers.

ACI’s 2017 Smart Home Energy Management Systems Conference will bring together senior representatives from energy utilities, HEMS providers, platform developers, technology providers, industry associations and more. The two-day event will feature informative presentations and engaging discussions examining the challenges to widespread adoption and the growth and revenue opportunities afforded by innovations in technology, business strategy and customer engagement.

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Jul
25
5:30pm 5:30pm

Solar Austin Happy Hour: Smart Inverters and Distributed Energy Resources for a Smarter Grid

As solar and other renewable energy technologies spread further throughout society, effectively connecting these distributed means of generation to current transmission infrastructure and expanding and modernizing the grid become ever more pressing issues. Solar Austin is excited to present our July Happy Hour speaker, Raghu Belur, the co-cofounder of Enphase, who will tell us more about the exciting advancements in smart inverter, smart grid, and distributed energy resources technology, particularly as related to the residential market. Enphase has also generously provided for food and drinks at this month’s happy hour.

Raghu has more than 20 years of experience in the clean energy and high technology industries. Prior to Enphase, he developed high-speed optical communication technology for Cerent, which was later acquired by Cisco Systems for $7 billion. Before Cerent, Raghu was an engineer at the Indian Institute of Science, where he played a key role in the development of an alternative energy gasification system. He co-founded Enphase Energy with Martin Fornage in 2006.  Raghu has a MSEE from Texas A&M University and an M.B.A. from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.
  
Because solar and wind energy are both distributed and intermittent, power generated from these sources must be closely monitored in order to ensure reliability of the electric grid and efficient delivery of electricity. This means that cutting-edge technology must be used to upgrade old transmission infrastructure. Solar panel systems, however, require an additional layer of complexity because they only produce direct current electricity. These systems are connected to inverters, which convert the electricity produced to alternating current so that it can be fed into a specific building’s electric system or into the local grid. Although inverters can be expensive and add further complexity to an electric system, “smart” inverters and other new technology can allow us to control and automate specific electrical systems and extremely fine resolution of the grid to make the grid more resilient.
 
Smarter inverters and other new transmission infrastructure can help renewable resources to further penetrate into the market and promulgate throughout the grid—an essential foundation for expanding renewable energy generation to fight air pollution and climate change, mushroom the number of local clean energy jobs, and provide solar to even more people.

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Jul
25
11:30am11:30am

CleanTX July Power Lunch

  • Austin Chamber of Commerce, Board Room (map)
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Speaker:
Dr. Charles Upshaw
America’s water infrastructure is falling apart. Fixing the water problem – repairing old infrastructure, and creating new sources and distribution systems to support growth – is a defining economic problem of this century. It is also hugely expensive.

The solution is to step-change the cost dynamics of water by applying technology, specifically “Internet of Things” (IOT) solutions – software, sensors, communications, analytics, automation, etc. – to our last-century water sector.

To address these issues, Water RIOT is fostering an ecosystem of water technology innovation in Central Texas to provide resiliency to our water systems by incorporating internet of things technologies. Water RIOT is accomplishing this goal by bringing together water utilities, water researchers, IOT technologists, start-ups, and other stakeholders to spark collaboration and accelerated technology diffusion. 

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Jul
20
12:00pm12:00pm

On The Horizon: Trimming Costs for Renewable Energy Projects-Warranty Issues

Warranty Issues

In this webinar, Husch Blackwell attorneys will discuss the scope and enforcement of commonly available warranties. They will also share strategies to maximize warranty coverage and limit unanticipated costs, including legal fees.

Topics

  • Overview of typical warranties available for wind, solar and battery storage projects.  
  • Drafting tips that can be used during contract negotiation to enhance coverage and minimize disputes.
  • Common issues that may limit warranty coverage, including implied warranty disclaimers, force majeure clauses, liability caps, statutes of limitation and contractual claims procedures.
  • Strategies for cost-effectively asserting and resolving warranty disputes, including arbitration, litigation and negotiated resolution.

Date and Time
Thursday, July 20, 2017
Noon - 1:00 p.m. CDT

Presenters
Brian Waagner, Partner
Ben Kass, Attorney
Steven Neeley, Attorney

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Jul
20
11:30am11:30am

Central: LEED V4: Energy and Atmosphere Overview + Commissioning Revisions

This is an overview of the LEED V4 Energy and Atmosphere Category with a focus on the changes to the LEED V3 fundamental and enhanced commissioning process. We will review team member responsibilities as well as looking at emerging technologies and increased responsibilities. The presentation walks through the integration of Commissioning into the full process of design, construction and operation. Details of the design phase commissioning activities as well as the construction phase commissioning activities will be reviewed with explanations of how the Commissioning Authority interfaces with the Owner, Architect, Design Engineers, General Contractor, Sub-Contractors, Equipment Vendors, Code Officials and Operations Staff.

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Jul
11
to Jul 13

Intersolar North America

  • Moscone Center West Hall (map)
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Intersolar North America, the most attended solar industry exhibition and conference in North America, and ees North America, the exhibition and conference dedicated to the energy storage market, today announced the opening of registration for their much-anticipated 2017 exhibitions and conferences. Taking place on July 11 through July 13 in San Francisco, the events will be co-located at the Moscone Center.

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Jul
11
to Jul 13

ees North America

  • Moscone Center West Hall (map)
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Intersolar North America, the most attended solar industry exhibition and conference in North America, and ees North America, the exhibition and conference dedicated to the energy storage market, today announced the opening of registration for their much-anticipated 2017 exhibitions and conferences. Taking place on July 11 through July 13 in San Francisco, the events will be co-located at the Moscone Center. 

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Jul
10
11:30am11:30am

TREIA Luncheon: Austin SHINES

  • University of Texas, Thompson Conference Center, Room 3.110 (map)
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Join us for TREIA's July 10th Luncheon showcasing Austin Energy’s Austin SHINES Project: Innovations in Energy Storage

Austin SHINES moves Austin Energy closer to meeting the City of Austin’s climate protection vision of achieving 55% renewable energy generation by 2025. 

Lisa Martin, Program Manager for Smart Grid & System Operations at Austin Energy will provide a Project Overview,  the Project’s Current Status and Next Steps.

Austin SHINES: Sustainable and Holistic Integration of Energy Storage and Solar PV. The project, known as Austin SHINES (Sustainable and Holistic Integration of Energy Storage and Solar Photovoltaics) integrates solar power, energy storage, smart inverters, forecasting tools, market signals, advanced communications and a software optimization platform.

Austin SHINES vision includes specific achievements for local solar and energy storage. This project will analyze and determine best practices for integrating renewable energy and energy storage on the grid at utility, commercial, and residential scales.

Funding for this three-year project has been provided by the U.S. Department of Energy Sunshot Initiative, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, and Austin Energy.

Funding amounts are as follows:

  • $4.3 million from the Department of Energy SunShot Initiative. 
    This funding will enable Austin Energy to install a grid scale battery in the Mueller Development, along with pairing energy storage with residential and commercial rooftop solar. This project also includes smart inverters and a system optimization platform.
     
  • $1.0 million from Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. 
    Funding from the TCEQ enables Austin Energy to pair a grid scale battery with a 2 MW community solar array in East Austin.
     
  • Matching funds from Austin Energy. 
    Austin Energy will match the investments financially along with staff support as part of receiving the grants.

Estimated Project Timeline

Austin SHINES is a 39-month project that consists of a contract phase, design phase, deployment phase, and demonstration phase. The project is estimated to be completed by April 30, 2019.

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Jun
28
7:00pm 7:00pm

GCPA Austin Luncheon: Priorities for the Evolution of the ERCOT Energy-Only Market

"Priorities for the Evolution of the ERCOT Energy-Only Marke"

Speaker: Susan Pope, Managing Director, FTI Consultin

The ERCOT market faces challenges that increasingly inhibit the competitive performance needed to sustain the “energy only” design. In particular, addressing large influx of renewable energy with artificially low pricing combined with an aging fleet of thermal generation will require market adjustments to ensure a stable market. Reforms are needed to (1) ensure accuracy of scarcity pricing mechanisms; (2) incorporate marginal transmission losses in the real time cost of serving customers across long distances; (3) reduce impact of “out of market” ISO actions and market rules; and (4) mitigate the impact of traditional transmission planning and cost allocation that inhibit competitive solution alternatives.

Susan Pope is a Managing Director with FTI Consulting based in Boston. She is in the energy practice in the Economic Consulting segment. Dr. Pope has 20 years of consulting experience in the electric power sector. She specializes in the economic and public policy analysis of electricity markets, advising clients on the design, improvement and performance of bid-based electricity spot markets, capacity markets, and ancillary service markets. She has expertise in leading discussions of alternatives for the design of regional electricity markets and of the related topics of transmission rights and transmission cost recovery. She has participated extensively in the stakeholder processes used to form and direct the operation of independent system operators and has led stakeholder groups through discussions of a number of controversial issues.

Dr. Pope is a member of a team of economists that has worked with the New York Independent System Operator, PJM, the California ISO, the Midwest ISO, ERCOT, the Ontario IESO and ISO-New England, as well as with organizations in other regions, on the design of rules for the operation of wholesale electricity markets. Throughout her career, Dr. Pope has also worked for other electricity sector clients, providing advisory services to established companies and market entrants facing a range of strategic and tactical decisions. Dr. Pope provides expert support for clients participating in a variety of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and state regulatory proceedings. She has provided written and direct testimony in a number of cases before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and has played a key role in important proceedings, advising on case strategy and coordinating testimony and analyses from multiple parties. She is the co-author of a number of white papers and has been a frequent speaker at industry conferences. Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Dr. Pope was a Principal at LECG, LLC for over ten years and, prior to this, a Principal and Associate at Putnam, Hayes and Bartlett, Inc.

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Jun
28
12:00pm12:00pm

The Great Debate: Net Metering for Distributed Solar

The Great Debate: Net Metering for Distributed Solar

Please join Husch Blackwell and the Texas Renewable Energy Industries Alliance for a series of webinars focused on the Texas renewable industry. In this installment, energy professionals will discuss contrasting policies related to distributed generation solar owners. We will look at ongoing rate cases impacting El Paso Electric, AEP and Oncor, as well as the "beyond net metering" approaches of Austin Energy.  

Date and Time
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Noon - 1:00 p.m. CDT

Presenters
Michael Jewell, Attorney, Jewell & Associates, PLLC
Danielle Murray, Manager, Solar Energy Services, Austin Energy
Chris Reeder, Partner, Husch Blackwell (moderator)

Who Should Attend
General Counsel, renewable developers, solar service providers, utilities, public officials, investment banks, private equity companies, environmental entities, and other development consultants and service providers.

Continuing Education Credit
This program is pending approval for Texas continuing legal education credit.

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Jun
27
4:00pm 4:00pm

Next Generation Photovoltaics Lecture Series: Hard Science of Soft Costs: Reducing Solar Costs and Accelerating Adoption

Next Generation Photovoltaics Lecture Series:
Hard Science of Soft Costs: Reducing Solar Costs and Accelerating Adoption
        
Varun Rai, Associate Professor, LBJ School of Public Affairs & Mechanical Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin

Webinar: Tuesday, June 27, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.  

PV hardware costs have come down dramatically over the last few years and soft costs (non-hardware, such as labor, design, permitting, customer acquisition, etc.) now comprise about 50% of the installed cost of solar. This talk discusses findings that shed light on the drivers of price variation of installed systems and on strategies for reducing soft costs. The talk will cover both the demand and supply side of the market and will focus on customer adoption decision-making process, role of different information channels in the adoption process, trends in balance-of-system (BOS) innovations, and impact of market structure and policies on solar economics. Also covered, a new study funded by the SunShot Initiative that takes a network-science approach for understanding how and from whom installation companies learn about reducing soft costs. 

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Jun
26
to Jun 28

Smart Cities Connect Conference & Expo

Building upon the 2016 Smart Cities Innovation Summit, we are pleased to announce our program expansion and name change to the 2017 Smart Cities Connect Conference & Expo. In partnership with US Ignite, the program will once again deliver North America's largest concentration of C-Level Smart City Leadership working towards innovative solutions for progressive city needs. Join us in Austin Texas as we expand our community of city leaders and solution providers, delivering an exciting "city first" agenda accelerating state-of-art solutions into global city practice. We look forward to seeing you in Austin!
 
The 2017 Smart Cities Connect Conference & Expo brings together over 200 Cities and their respective leadership to prospect and partner with innovative technology and service providers; linking progressive cities with state-of-the-art solutions and best practices.
 
'Call for Papers' Deadline: February 26th 

Receive 15% off with CODE: 17ATI15

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Jun
26
to Jun 28

Smart Cities Innovation Summit 2017

  • Austin Convention Center (map)
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The Smart Cities Innovation Summit, in partnership with US Ignite, will once again deliver North America's largest concentration of C-Level Smart City Leadership working towards innovative solutions for progressive city needs. Join us in Austin Texas as we expand our community of city leaders and solution providers, delivering an exciting “city first” agenda accelerating state-of-art solutions into global city practice. We look forward to seeing you in Austin!

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Jun
23
6:30pm 6:30pm

GCPA Austin Luncheon: "Priorities for the Evolution of the ERCOT Energy-Only Market​"​

"Priorities for the Evolution of the ERCOT Energy-Only Marke"

Speaker: Susan Pope, Managing Director, FTI Consultin

The ERCOT market faces challenges that increasingly inhibit the competitive performance needed to sustain the “energy only” design. In particular, addressing large influx of renewable energy with artificially low pricing combined with an aging fleet of thermal generation will require market adjustments to ensure a stable market. Reforms are needed to (1) ensure accuracy of scarcity pricing mechanisms; (2) incorporate marginal transmission losses in the real time cost of serving customers across long distances; (3) reduce impact of “out of market” ISO actions and market rules; and (4) mitigate the impact of traditional transmission planning and cost allocation that inhibit competitive solution alternatives.

Susan Pope is a Managing Director with FTI Consulting based in Boston. She is in the energy practice in the Economic Consulting segment. Dr. Pope has 20 years of consulting experience in the electric power sector. She specializes in the economic and public policy analysis of electricity markets, advising clients on the design, improvement and performance of bid-based electricity spot markets, capacity markets, and ancillary service markets. She has expertise in leading discussions of alternatives for the design of regional electricity markets and of the related topics of transmission rights and transmission cost recovery. She has participated extensively in the stakeholder processes used to form and direct the operation of independent system operators and has led stakeholder groups through discussions of a number of controversial issues.

Dr. Pope is a member of a team of economists that has worked with the New York Independent System Operator, PJM, the California ISO, the Midwest ISO, ERCOT, the Ontario IESO and ISO-New England, as well as with organizations in other regions, on the design of rules for the operation of wholesale electricity markets. Throughout her career, Dr. Pope has also worked for other electricity sector clients, providing advisory services to established companies and market entrants facing a range of strategic and tactical decisions. Dr. Pope provides expert support for clients participating in a variety of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and state regulatory proceedings. She has provided written and direct testimony in a number of cases before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and has played a key role in important proceedings, advising on case strategy and coordinating testimony and analyses from multiple parties. She is the co-author of a number of white papers and has been a frequent speaker at industry conferences. Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Dr. Pope was a Principal at LECG, LLC for over ten years and, prior to this, a Principal and Associate at Putnam, Hayes and Bartlett, Inc.

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Jun
20
to Jun 21

14th REFF-Wall Street 2017

  • InterContinental New York Barclay (map)
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REFF-Wall Street 2017 features two days of dynamic content covering the latest insights on the cost of capital, supply and demand in the tax equity markets, potential impacts of tax reform, new sources of capital, and prospects for sustained progress in the new political landscape.

Reserve your place among a premier audience of 500 renewable industry leaders as we confront the most pressing issues surrounding the future of renewable energy finance.

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Jun
14
8:00am 8:00am

Smart Energy America 2017

Committed to the development of the renewable smart energy industries in the US, the one-day conference provides a high-quality platform for mutual knowledge exchange and sustainable business development among stakeholders. The program covers the full spectrum of parameters currently impacting the markets - from a political, technological and scientific perspective - through the lenses of international key players along the entire value chain.

Build connections with experts in the smart energy industry and learn how they are solving some of the most pressing challenges of the current market situation. There will be networking breaks and leaded discussions to guarantee an interactive knowledge exchange.

TREIA Members receive 10% off.  Code in the Member Toolbox

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Jun
13
4:00pm 4:00pm

Next Generation Photovoltaics Lecture Series: A New Era for Solar Brings New Research Topics

The link will be posted on the Next Generation Photovoltaics website just before the webinar.  

In 2016, solar comprised 39% of new electricitygenerating installations. While photovoltaic (PV) technology has been a resounding success, it is still a relatively immature technology with many opportunities for research. As some PV devices approach theoretical efficiency limits, the optical design must be optimized to avoid losing photons anywhere but out the front.  As PV module and system designs evolve, progress has been made to increase life and decrease degradation rates, but new reliability problems are also evolving. 

In this webinar, Sarah Kurtz, Research Fellow with the National Center for Photovoltaics (NCPV) and a Principal Scientist at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), will give a survey of the multitude of research topics that are arising as we move into this new era.

The lecture is part of the Next Generation Photovolatics series.

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Jun
13
to Jun 14

Solar Power TX

  • Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capital (map)
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The thriving Texas market is projected to install 5,838 MW of solar over the next five years, ranking it second in the country for growth. ERCOT expects 20 new utility-grade solar projects to come on line by the end of 2020.

This is the time to make the right connections to help propel your business forward. Connect with your fellow colleagues in Austin, June 13-14, for the premier solar event for Texas. Early bird rates are now available!

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Jun
13
to Jun 15

Clean Energy Finance Summit: Latin America & Caribbean

The Clean Energy Finance Summit (13-15 June, The Palms Hotel, Miami) is the place where capital is secured and deals structured in Latin America and Caribbean’s renewable energy market – but why is that the case?

The Summit will feature 70 expert speakersproviding over 27 hours of content and bring over200 industry experts and decision makerstogether; and one of the key reasons this is thenumber 1 dedicated finance and investment eventfor the LATAM & Caribbean renewable energy space are the Networking Opportunities at the Clean Energy Finance Summit. These include:

• Bespoke 1-2-1 Partnering Platform
• Speed Networking Session
• 26 hours of Networking Opportunities
• Ice Breaking Drinks Reception

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