The focus for 2017 is squarely on the implementation of both the New York REV and the new Clean Energy Standard. With the recent value of D and the DSIP rulemakings, and roll out of CES procurement plans and rate-making orders expected over the next few months, the New York market is poised to jump forward. However, such a market transformation can only be sustained if a delicate balance is established between market participants that retains utility shareholder value while creating economic returns for investments in DERs and renewable energy projects, and enables the reliable operation of transactive energy markets.
The 3rd New York Energy Revolution Summit will bring together utility, distributed energy resource (DER) providers, renewable energy, storage and other stakeholders to discuss how to create development processes that are workable and projects that are viable.
Leading policy makers and energy industry executives will discuss:
PLUS: NY CES Briefing — August 1, 2017
The Briefing, New York Clean Energy Standard – Opportunities and Challenges, will bring policymakers 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.
Contact Erin Dolleris
818-888-4445 ext 48
Contact Jeffrey Shapiro
818-888-4445 ext 65
Senator Kevin S. Parker
Ranking Democratic Member, Senate Committee on Energy and Telecommunications
NEW YORK STATE 21ST SENATE DISTRICT
Director of Policy and Regulatory Affairs
Senior Manager, Market Design
NEW YORK INDEPENDENT SYSTEM OPERATOR
Jill C. Anderson
Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer
NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY
Manager, Energy Transformation & Solutions
CENTRAL HUDSON GAS & ELECTRIC
Director, Distributed Energy Development
Francis W. Peverly
Vice President, Operations
ORANGE & ROCKLAND UTILITIES
Commissioner, Interim Chairman
NYS DPS (Invited)
General Manager, Utility of the Future
Manager, Planning and Evaluation, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
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Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan
New York, NY 10019
Room rate: $295
Reservation Call-in #: 888-233-9527
Cut-off Date: July 1, 2017
Group name: Information Forecast, Inc./NY Energy REVolution
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