CA Renewable Energy Procurement 2.0 Summit - Presented by Infocast
  • Understand the Impacts of California’s Game-Changing Procurement Track!

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Meet the Buyers Procuring for 100% Clean Energy Mandates!

 

Community Choice Aggregators:
East Bay Community Energy
Monterey Bay Community Power
San Jose Clean Energy

Public Power:
Alameda Municipal Power
Burbank Water & Power
City of Cupertino
Glendale Water & Power
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
Modesto Irrigation District
Pasadena Water & Power
Sacramento Municipal Utility District
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Turlock Irrigation District

Investor-Owned Utilities:
Bear Valley Electric Service
Liberty Utilities (California)
Southern California Edison

Electric Service Providers:
3 Phases Renewables
Direct Energy

Corporate Buyers:
Digital Realty
Kaiser Permanente
University of California Office of the President

CA Renewable Energy Procurement Summit 2.0: Alternative Procurement Track Edition has been organized to provide the perspectives of the state’s leading energy buyers on the CPUC’s recent game-changing integrated resource plan overhaul and the new procurement track! Reliability concerns call for immediate procurement of an additional 2GW peak capacity and may significantly change the roles of diverse LSEs in the California market. As the state continues to add more renewables to the grid to reach 2045 targets, LSEs will be faced with the challenge of understanding each other’s roles, navigating the regulatory landscape, and planning for the future.

CA Renewable Energy Procurement Summit 2.0: Alternative Procurement Track Edition will continue the tradition of our first sold-out meeting of providing the gold standard of timely and in-demand information on the latest developments impacting renewables procurement. Important discussions will be had on the impacts of the added 2GW of peak capacity and procurement track, lessons learned from the last IRP cycle, and the impacts of the PG&E bankruptcy on renewables contracts.

Attend the Pre-Summit Briefing: Understanding the Impacts of California’s Changing Regulatory Landscape for a deep dive into the debate over centralized procurement and resource adequacy responsibilities, and the pros and cons of hydropower counting towards the 2045 goals.

Interested in Speaking?

Contact Erin Dolleris
erind@infocastevents.com
818-888-4445 ext 48


Interested in Sponsoring?

Contact Lawrence Silverstein
lawrences@infocastevents.com
818-888-4445 ext 31

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Participating Organizations

  • 3 Phases Renewables
  • Alameda Municipal Power
  • Bear Valley Electric Service
  • Burbank Water & Power
  • CPUC
  • California Energy Commission
  • California Independent System Operator (CAISO)
  • California Municipal Utilities Association (CMUA)
  • CEERT
  • Center for Resource Solutions
  • Center for Sustainable Energy
  • City of Cupertino, CA
  • Clearway Energy
  • Digital Realty
  • Direct Energy
  • E3
  • East Bay Community Energy
  • Fitch Ratings
  • Glendale Water & Power
  • GRID Alternatives
  • IEPA
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Liberty Utilities (California)
  • Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP)
  • Modesto Irrigation District
  • Monterey Bay Community Power
  • National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
  • New Energy Nexus
  • Pasadena Water & Power
  • S&P Global Infrastructure Ratings
  • Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)
  • San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
  • San Jose Clean Energy
  • Southern California Edison (SCE)
  • Special Initiative on Offshore Wind
  • Stanford University
  • Stoel Rives LLP
  • Turlock Irrigation District
  • UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy
  • UC Berkeley Green Energy Program
  • UCLA
  • University of California Office of the President*
  • *invited

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Team Discounts

For teams of three or more from the same organization, the third and subsequent registrants qualify for a 50% discount. Discounts cannot be combined.

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All cancellation requests must be made in writing and sent via email to registration@infocastevents.com.

Cancellations received in writing on or before 4 weeks prior to the event start date are entitled to a full refund, minus a $200 processing fee. All refunds will be issued to the original method of payment.

Cancellations (early bird, standard, special group registrations) received in writing less than 4 weeks prior to the event start date will not be eligible for a refund. However, registrants will receive a credit, minus a $200 processing fee, to be used toward a future Infocast event within 6 months of the original event date.

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Conference registration is non-transferable and credits can only be used by the original registration ticket holder.

Refunds & Credits are not eligible for registrants who do not attend the event (“no show”) and do not provide a written cancellation in advance.

If the event is canceled, Infocast’s liability is limited to the refund of the event registration fee only.

If you need any assistance or have further questions regarding our cancellation policy, please contact us at 1-818-888-4444.

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Venue

Kimpton Sawyer Hotel
500 J St.
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 545-7100

Room Rate: $209.00
Reservation Call In #: (877) 678-6255
Reservation Web Link: Infocast’s CA Renewables
Cutoff Date: Monday, October 7, 2019
Group Name: Infocast’s CA Renewables
Group Code: AHH

**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.**

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Murali Baggu, Ph.D

NATIONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY LABORATORY (NREL)

Seth Baruch

KAISER PERMANENTE

Aaron Binkley

DIGITAL REALTY

Howard Chang

EAST BAY COMMUNITY ENERGY

Josh Copenhaver

SCE

Karen Douglas

CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION

Andre Duurvoort

CITY OF CUPERTINO, CA / JLL

Dian Grueneich

STANFORD UNIVERSITY

Barbara Hale

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION (SFPUC)

Frank Harris

CALIFORNIA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES ASSOCIATION (CMUA)

Scott Martin

SMUD

Neil Millar

CAISO

Scott Olson

DIRECT ENERGY

Anne Selting

S&P GLOBAL INFRASTRUCTURE RATINGS

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.

CalCCA

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California Wind Energy Association

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Clean Coalition

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The Clean Coalition is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to accelerate the transition to renewable energy and a modern grid through technical, policy, and project development expertise. The Clean Coalition drives policy innovation to remove barriers to procurement and interconnection of distributed energy resources (DER) – such as local renewables, advanced inverters, demand response, and energy storage – and we establish market mechanisms that realize the full potential of integrating these solutions. The Clean Coalition also collaborates with utilities and municipalities to create near-term deployment opportunities that prove the technical and financial viability of local renewables and other DER.

CMUA California Municipal Utilities Association

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CRS Center for Resource Solutions

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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.

Green-e

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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.

New Energy Nexus

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OpenADR Alliance

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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)

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Strategic Energy Innovations (SEI)

Website

Energy Central Power Industry Network

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Energy Central is a platform for electric power industry professionals to connect, learn and share in a collaborative community environment. Supported by leading industry organizations, our mission is to help industry professionals connect and advance knowledge sharing for the benefit of the industry. We help the industry work better. Join Energy Central today and be part of a growing community of over 200,000 registered members.

RTO Insider

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RTO Insider™ is your eyes and ears on the organized electric markets, putting you “inside the room” at PJM Interconnection, MISO, NYISO, ISO-NE and SPP. We provide independent, objective coverage and analysis of the wholesale electric industry’s markets and policymaking, saving you time and ensuring you don’t miss the issues most important to your interests.

Features include:

  • Coverage of key RTO/ISO committee, subcommittee and task force meetings. We’ll be there when you can’t.
  • Coverage of news events impacting the industry throughout the 35 states managed by the RTOs/ISOs.
  • Coverage of state and federal regulatory (FERC, EPA) & legislative news affecting RTO/ISO stakeholders.
  • Issue Briefs: Concise summaries of major issues (e.g., Order 1000, EPA’s 111(d) rule).

What RTO Insider isn’t: We are not advocates or representatives. You can trust that our coverage will not be slanted to the interests of any member or membership sector.

What RTO Insider is: A source for both the big picture (e.g. analyses of major FERC rulings and RTO stakeholder developments) and the details (why is Manual 28 being changed and what does that mean to me?)

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