In August 2016 the NY PSC approved Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s signature New York Clean Energy Standard (CES), which establishes a “50% by 2030” renewable energy RPS and other energy efficiency and clean energy programs. A year later, implementation of this ambitious and comprehensive plan is poised to begin. Utilities and other energy suppliers will be required to procure and integrate enough renewable power to reach over 30% of total load by 2019. This aggressive goal is estimated to result in the addition of nearly 10 GW of land-based wind and solar over 5 years, with procurement of an additional 2.4 GW of offshore wind ramping up to offset the closure of the Indian Point plant. How will this large and audacious clean energy program affect the New York energy market, and how can you identify and capture the best opportunities to profit?
The New York Clean Energy Standard – Opportunities and Challenges will bring policy-makers together with utility, wind, solar, microgrid and other executives to provide the latest information on the opportunities and challenges in New York, and discuss potential strategies for the future.
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Capture a Piece of the New York Clean Energy Market!
Director of Policy and Regulatory Affairs
Vice President, Head of Origination (Sales and Marketing)
Director, Large Scale Renewables
Vice President of Development
APEX CLEAN ENERGY
Vice President of Energy and Sustainability
NEW YORK CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY
Renewable Energy Policy Advisor
NYC MAYOR'S OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY
Vice President, Community Solar
James F. Bennett
Chief, Office of Renewable Energy Programs
BUREAU OF OCEAN ENERGY MANAGEMENT
Senior Advisor, Large Scale Renewables
Jill C. Anderson
Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer
NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY