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Spring 2019 California Renewable Energy Procurement Summit in Numbers

146

Attendees

69

Speakers

25

Panels, Case Studies & Networking Sessions

 

 

Spring 2019 Summit Participating Organizations

MUNICIPAL UTILITIES
Alameda Municipal Power
California Municipal Utilities Association
LADWP
SFPUC
SMUD

CCAs
Community Choice Partners, Inc.
Community Energy, Inc.
East Bay Community Energy
Marin Clean Energy (MCE)
Monterey Bay Community Power
Peninsula Clean Energy
Redwood Coast Energy Authority
San Jose Clean Energy
Silicon Valley Clean Energy
Sonoma Clean Power

 

IOUs
Liberty Utilities (California)
Southern California Edison (SCE)

ESPs & RETAILERS
3 Phases Renewables
Arcadia Power
Direct Energy
Shell Energy North America

C&I
CINEMARK
Costco Wholesale
McDonald’s USA, LLC

Spring 2019 Summit in Quotes:

Spring 2019 Summit Featured Speakers

Spring 2019 Summit Full List of Participating Organizations

  • 3 Phases Renewables
  • 8minutenergy Renewables
  • Alameda Municipal Power
  • Arcadia Power
  • California Energy Storage Alliance (CESA)
  • California Municipal Utilities Association (CMUA)
  • Center for Climate Protection
  • Center for Resource Solutions (CRS)
  • CINEMARK
  • Community Choice Partners, Inc.
  • Community Energy, Inc.
  • Costco Wholesale
  • CPUC
  • Direct Energy
  • Direct Energy Business
  • Duke-American Transmission Co.
  • East Bay Community Energy
  • Enel X North America
  • Energy and Environmental Economics, Inc. (E3)
  • Energy Edge Consulting, LLC
  • Enerparc
  • ET Solar
  • GRID Alternatives
  • Independent Energy Producers Association
  • LADWP
  • LEAN Energy
  • Liberty Utilities (California)
  • LS Power Development
  • Magellan Wind
  • Marin Clean Energy (MCE)
  • McDonald’s USA, LLC
  • Middle River Power, LLC
  • Monterey Bay Community Power
  • Peninsula Clean Energy
  • Redwood Coast Energy Authority
  • San Jose Clean Energy
  • Shell Energy North America
  • Silicon Valley Clean Energy
  • SFPUC
  • SMUD
  • Sonoma Clean Power
  • Southern California Edison (SCE)
  • sPower
  • Stoel Rives LLP
  • UCLA
  • Vote Solar

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Marty Adams

LADWP

Simone Brant

CPUC

Howard Chang

EAST BAY COMMUNITY ENERGY

Dennis Dyc-O’Neal

MONTEREY BAY COMMUNITY POWER

Mike Evans

SHELL ENERGY NORTH AMERICA

Emma Gillespie Cox, LEED GA, WELL AP

MCDONALD'S USA, LLC

Samuel Golding

COMMUNITY CHOICE PARTNERS

Art Justice, CEM, CEP

CINEMARK

Paul Lau

SMUD

Maria Litos

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE)

Lori Mitchell

SAN JOSE CLEAN ENERGY

Edward Randolph

CPUC

Shay Reed

COSTCO WHOLESALE

Geof Syphers

SONOMA CLEAN POWER

8minutenergy Renewables

Website

Founded in 2009, 8minutenergy Renewables is the nation’s largest independent developer of solar PV projects. To date, 8minutenergy has been awarded more than 1.5 gigawatts in power purchase agreements, and is developing some of the largest solar projects in the world, including the 800 MW Mount Signal farm in California. 8minutenergy has an unmatched ability to produce affordable clean energy and to deliver strong financial returns on utility-scale solar projects.

Duke-American Transmission Co (DATC)

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Duke-American Transmission Co. is a transmission developer jointly owned by Duke Energy, the largest utility in the U.S., and American Transmission Co., a national leader in transmission development. Formed in 2011 to plan and develop strategic transmission projects across the U.S. and Canada, DATC partners share the same vision for transmission development.

From concept to completion, DATC is a transmission project life-cycle expert, ready to partner with stakeholders to achieve transmission goals, including:

  • Transmission planning
  • Building and facilitating regulatory relationships
  • Navigating the regulatory process
  • Stakeholder outreach
  • Real estate, easement acquisition
  • Transmission line, substation design
  • Project management
  • Commissioning
  • Transmission system, line operation

ET Solar

Website

Since its establishment in 2005 as a vertically integrated solar module manufacturer, ET Solar has grown
rapidly to become a globally recognized leader in the solar industry. ET Solar began its move toward the
downstream solar market in 2008 when it started selling into the North American markets via ET Solar,
Inc. ET Solar, Inc. has a broad sales channel and network in the residential, commercial and utility solar
markets in the United States and has been a Bloomberg Tier 1 Solar Manufacturer since 2012. In 2019, after the restructuring of ET Solar Inc., Yuanfar and Bardon Energy, the new shareholder of ET Solar Inc., have committed to supporting ET Solar in the United States; this support includes taking advantage of Yuanfar’s financial strength on behalf of ET Solar Inc’s PV module orders in the United States. The commitment provides an average monthly supply chain support of up to $50 million to ensure procurement, manufacturing and the delivery of orders.

LS Power

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LS Power is a privately held entity focused on developing, investing in and operating large-scale power generation and transmission projects throughout the United States. Since its founding in 1990, LS Power has developed, owned and/or operated over 40,000 megawatts (“MW”) of power generation facilities representing a variety of fuel types including natural gas, solar, wind and hydro, as well as over 560 miles of high voltage (345 kV and 500 kV) transmission projects. LS Power currently owns and manages over 15,000 MW of generating facilities in operation throughout the United States, including 1,200 MW of hydroelectric pumped storage and a 40 MW battery storage facility in California.

sPower

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sPower, an AES and AIMCo company, is the largest private owner of operating solar assets in the United States. sPower owns and operates a portfolio of solar and wind assets greater than 1.3 GW and has a development pipeline of more than 10 GW. sPower is owned by a joint venture partnership between The AES Corporation (NYSE: AES), a worldwide energy company headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, and the Alberta Investment Management Corporation, one of Canada’s largest and most diversified institutional investment fund managers.

STOEL RIVES

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STOEL RIVES LLP is a U.S. law firm, with a full suite of transactional and litigation solutions for U.S. and international clients. Established in 1907, the firm has nearly 400 attorneys operating out of 11 offices in seven states and the District of Columbia. Representative clients include financial institutions, public and private utilities, energy and renewable energy companies, developers, manufacturers, retailers, hospitals, universities, agribusinesses, software companies, food and beverage companies, charitable foundations, telecommunications and forestry companies, among others. We represent businesses at all stages of growth, from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies.

Enel X

Website

Enerparc

Website

Enerparc is an entrepreneurial company that specializes in developing, engineering, constructing, operating, and managing photovoltaic assets. The Enerparc group of companies has installed over 1.7 GW of photovoltaic systems and owns a portfolio comprised of more than 1 GW of assets. With installations in sixteen countries and offices in Germany, the U.S., and India, Enerparc is the second largest solar developer in Europe and one of the top ten global solar companies. Enerparc Inc. is headquartered in Oakland, California.

Middle River Power, LLC

Website

Middle River Power (MRP) is a driving force for clean energy and resource adequacy in California. MRP’s current portfolio includes 200MW of baseload renewables, 830MW of efficient, reliable natural gas and an additional 100MW of solar in development. Our team consists of power industry veterans with vast experience in the acquisition, development, operations, management, financing, and economic optimization of energy assets. Our commitment to safe, reliable and efficient power plant operations makes MRP a prime resource for California energy and capacity needs. With our extensive industry experience, operational expertise, and financial acumen, we deliver reliable and commercial results to California load serving entities.

Westlands Solar Park

Website

Westlands Solar Park (WSP) is California’s premier public-private master planned renewable energy infrastructure complex, and is trailblazing for California and the Central Valley, with master planned solar generation and infrastructure similar to the successful Tehachapi wind energy infrastructure.

Sunpin Solar Development, LLC

Website

Sunpin Solar is a leading solar energy development and investment company that acquires develops and finances utility-scale solar projects globally. Based in Irvine, California, Sunpin Solar is primarily focused on superior project development, asset management, financing, engineering, procurement, construction management and operations of commercial and utility photovoltaic solar plants.

Founded in 2012, Sunpin Solar has quickly become a leader in the utility-scale solar industry. Recently named one of the Top Five Solar Companies in the United States, our team of forward-thinking and experienced experts have the confidence and ability to make impossible projects possible.

Blue Strike Environmental

Website

California Energy Storage Alliance

Website

Center for Climate Protection

Website

CMUA California Municipal Utilities Association

Website

CRS Center for Resource Solutions

Website

Center for Resource Solutions (“CRS”) is a California-based NGO with global impact. CRS brings forth expert responses to climate change issues with the speed and effectiveness necessary to provide real-time solutions. Its leadership through collaboration and environmental innovation builds policies and consumer-protection mechanisms in renewable energy, greenhouse gas reductions, and energy efficiency that foster healthy and sustained growth in national and international markets. For more information about CRS’s programs, visit www.resource-solutions.org.

Emerald Cities San Francisco

Website

Green-e

Website

Green-e is a program of the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions, and is North America’s leading independent risk assurance and consumer protection program for the purchase and sale of renewable energy and greenhouse gas reductions in the retail market. Green-e offers certification and verification services through Green-e Energy, a renewable energy certification program; Green-e Climate, a greenhouse gas emission reduction certification program; Green-e Direct, an energy purchase certification program, and Green-e Marketplace, a program that provides forward-thinking organizations a simple, nationally recognized logo they can use to communicate their renewable energy and climate commitment to their customers and stakeholders. To learn more about Green-e Certified products and programs available in U.S. and Canada and coming soon for some international regions, visit www.green-e.org.

IEPA

Website

OpenADR Alliance

Website

The OpenADR Alliance, a nonprofit corporation created to foster the development, adoption and compliance of the Open Automated Demand Response (OpenADR) standard, helps utilities manage the growing pool of distributed energy resources (DER), which includes renewable energy, energy storage, demand response and electric vehicle charging. The OpenADR standard supports communications to all DER resources to manage changes in load shape, energy inputs and power characteristics of DER assets. For more information please visit www.openadr.org.

Power Association of Northern California (PANC)

Website

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