California Clean Energy Procurement Summit has been organized to let you hear directly from the state’s leading energy buyers — CCAs, munis and POUs, IOUs and corporate energy buyers — on the strategies necessary to achieve California's climate and clean energy goals and assess the impact of CPUC’s latest game-changing procurement order of 40GW of clean energy by 2032.
This is your opportunity to meet the buyers and hear their plans and goals for their upcoming procurements of clean energy, including renewables, storage, microgrids, transportation electrification, and offshore wind.
The California Clean Energy Procurement Summit will continue Infocast’s long-established status as the provider of choice for information on upcoming procurements and the ability to network face to face with an unparalleled range of energy buyers in the Golden State.
As have previous versions of this very successful meeting, we will deliver the latest on the developments you need to know on clean energy procurement, on the evolving IRP process, on the race to ensure Resource Adequacy (RA), the CPUC’s latest orders to ensure summer grid reliability and on the outlook for increasing opportunities in any aspect of clean energy.
Hear ALL of California’s Leading Clean Energy Buyers — CCAs, munis and POUs, IOUs and corporate energy buyers — discuss their upcoming procurements, how they intend to meet the CPUC’s 40GW order, and how renewables, storage, transportation electrification, microgrids and offshore wind fit into their strategies for meeting California’s clean energy goals.
Join us to:
Hear from top industry leaders and market stakeholders
Chief Operating Officer
EAST BAY COMMUNITY ENERGY
AICP Deputy Director for Sustainability
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Advisor to Vice Chair Gunda
Cynthia B. Hall
NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION
Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud
CADENZA INNOVATION, INC.
Connected eMobility, Energy Services
Vice President, Infrastructure and Operations Planning
Storage Sector Manager, Market and Infrastructure Policy
Manager, Policy Innovation
PENINSULA CLEAN ENERGY
CALIFORNIA WIND ENERGY ASSOCIATION (CALWEA)
Vice President of Local Development, Electrification and Innovation
EAST BAY COMMUNITY ENERGY
Assistant General Manager, Power Supply
BURBANK WATER & POWER
Interim Deputy Executive Director for Energy & Climate Policy
Director, Resource Strategy
Jeanne M. Solé
Deputy Director of Power Resources
SAN JOSE CLEAN ENERGY
Global Manager, Sustainable Energy & Supply Reliability GENERAL MOTORS
CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR'S OFFICE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (GO-BIZ)
Program Manager, Datacenter Energy & Renewables
Director of Power Transmission Planning, Regulatory, and Innovation Division
LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND POWER (LADWP)
1625 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94115
Phone: (415) 822-3200
**WARNING: Please do not book any guest rooms with 3rd Party Housing Companies for this event. Infocast does not partner with outside housing companies, so we advise that you only book guest rooms at the hotel using the details provided above.**
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event industry came to a halt. After more than a year of putting group gatherings on hold, we are finally able to do the unimaginable: invite you to CONNECT IN PERSON!
Infocast is preparing the Southeast Renewable Energy Summit as a live event experience, and we have new protocols in place so that all individuals onsite – attendees, speakers, sponsors, staff and venue personnel – remain safe and comfortable throughout the event.
Infocast continues to make safety for all those onsite at our events our top priority.
We are facilitating processes that will ensure optimal sanitary conditions in all environments where in-person interaction will take place.
We have established a Safe Networking Environment Program that will include:
Confidence that we have created a safe environment is what we seek to provide to our valued participants as we get back to face-to-face events. We want to create a safe, worry-free event so that you can collaborate, network and make valuable connections that will help drive the renewable industry forward.
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