Clean Cities Renewable Power Procurement - Presented by Infocast
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Hear from pioneering cities who are developing and executing a successful game plan for renewable power procurement. Profit from their experience and learn the most sophisticated approaches to accomplishing your environmental goals.

Across the nation, citizens are demanding clean energy, and cities have responded by making commitments to 100% renewable or clean power. Delivering on these commitments, however, is a complex undertaking, and many cities find themselves challenged to find the right strategies and solutions to meet their ambitious public targets. The process can also be very different depending on whether a city is located in a de-regulated or traditional electric power market.

The Clean Cities Renewable Power Procurement Summit, hosted by the City of Denver, has been organized to help cities navigate the many complex considerations involved in procuring renewable power. Bringing together executives from cities across the country who are actively involved in the process, procurement consultants and renewable energy suppliers, the meeting will provide guidance and discussion of how cities should weigh their available options, formulate priorities and strategies, evaluate the economics and risks, and gain political and legal support.

Because cities need to develop an informed understanding of renewable power procurement, the meeting has been designed in conjunction with our Planning Committee to be of maximal educational value. This is a unique opportunity to engage with the most sophisticated thinking about renewable energy procurement as well as profiting from the real world experience of your peers. You will gain valuable insights and best practices to implement as you pursue own city’s environmental goals.

Please review our agenda and remarkable list of speakers, and reserve your place today.

NOTICE: The Clean Cities Renewable Power Procurement Summit is not associated with the U.S. Department of Energy Vehicle Technologies Office’s “Clean Cities” program or “Clean Cities”, a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Energy.  Any specific reference herein to Clean Cities does not necessarily constitute or imply an endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government or the U.S. Department of Energy.
Planning Committee

City of Orlando
Chris Castro
Director of Sustainability, Office of Sustainability & Energy

City of Philadelphia
Mardi Ditze
Sr. Energy Analyst, Office of Sustainability, Energy Office

City of South Bend
Therese Dorau
Director, Office of Sustainability

City of Alexandria
Bill Eger
Energy Manager Office of Sustainability

City of Cincinnati
Michael Forrester
Energy Manager, Office of Environment and Sustainability

City of Chicago
Mandy La Brier
Director of Energy Management

City of San Diego
Aaron Lu
Energy Program Coordinator

City of Portland, Maine
Troy Moon
Sustainability Coordinator

City of Honolulu
Rocky Mould
Energy Program Manager, Honolulu Office of Climate Change, Sustainability & Resiliency

City and County of Denver
Jerry Tinianow
Chief Sustainability Officer,  Department of Public Health & Environment, Office of Sustainability

City of Miami Beach
Flavia Tonioli
Sustainability Manager

Government of the District of Columbia (consultation)
Edward Yim
Policy Advisor, Energy Administration, Department of Energy and Environment

First Wave of Confirmed Speakers

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Participating Organizations

  • CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER
  • CITY OF ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA
  • CITY OF ASHEVILLE, NC
  • CITY OF BELLEVUE, WA
  • CITY OF BELLINGHAM, WA
  • CITY OF BOISE, IDAHO
  • CITY OF BOULDER
  • CITY OF CHULA VISTA, CA
  • CITY OF CINCINNATI
  • CITY OF CLEVELAND
  • CITY OF EDEN PRAIRIE, MN
  • CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, AK
  • CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FL
  • CITY OF NEWBURY PORT, MA
  • CITY OF PHILADELPHIA
  • CITY OF PHOENIX
  • CITY OF PITTSBURGH
  • CITY OF PORTLAND, MAINE
  • CITY OF PORTLAND, OREGON
  • CITY OF RACINE, WISCONSIN
  • CITY OF RALEIGH, NC
  • CITY OF SAN DIEGO
  • CITY OF SANTA ROSA, CA
  • CITY OF SECAUCUS, NJ
  • CITY OF SOMERVILLE, MA
  • CITY OF TALLAHASSEE, FL
  • ICLEI, LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FOR SUSTAINABILITY, USA
  • PACIFICORP
  • PARK CITY, UTAH
  • SALESFORCE
  • SALT LAKE CITY
  • SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
  • SAN JOSE COMMUNITY ENERGY DEPARTMENT
  • XCEL ENERGY

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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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Venue

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel – SOLD OUT
1550 Court Place
Denver, CO 80202
303-893-3333

Overflow Room Block

Warwick Denver
1776 Grant Street
Denver, CO 80203
303-861-2000

Room Rate: $320.00
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Whitney Washington Boles

CONSTELLATION

Luke Cartin

PARK CITY, UTAH

Alexander Dane

WORLD RESOURCES INSTITUTE

Mardi Ditze

City of Philadelphia

Bill Eger

City of Alexandria

Nadia El Mallakh

XCEL ENERGY

Michael Forrester

CITY OF CINCINNATI

Angie Fyfe

ICLEI-LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FOR SUSTAINABILITY USA

Mark Hartman, M.B.A., LEED AP

CITY OF PHOENIX

Danny Grady

CITY OF PORTLAND, OREGON

Shubhada Kambli

HARTFORD, CT

Amy Kao

Project Officer

Jonathan Koehn

CITY OF BOULDER

Megan Lorenzen

SALESFORCE

Aaron Lu

CITY OF SAN DIEGO

David McIlhenny

SUNPOWER

Lori Mitchell

San Jose Community Energy Department

Troy Moon

CITY OF PORTLAND, MAINE

Anand Natarajan

CITY OF CLEVELAND

Tyler Poulson

SALT LAKE CITY

Jeffrey Schub

COALITION FOR GREEN CAPITAL

Louis Ting

LADWP

Jerry Tinianow

CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER

Sarah Yeager

CITY OF PITTSBURGH

Ameresco

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Founded in 2000, Ameresco, Inc. (NYSE:AMRC) is a leading independent provider of comprehensive services, energy efficiency, infrastructure upgrades, asset sustainability and renewable energy solutions for businesses and organizations throughout North America and Europe. Ameresco’s sustainability services include upgrades to a facility’s energy infrastructure and the development, construction and operation of renewable energy plants. Ameresco has successfully completed energy saving, environmentally responsible projects with Federal, state and local governments, healthcare and educational institutions, housing authorities, and commercial and industrial customers. With its corporate headquarters in Framingham, MA, Ameresco has more than 1,000 employees providing local expertise in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. For more information,

Constellation

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Constellation, an Exelon company, is a leading competitive energy company providing power, natural gas, renewable energy, and energy management products and services for homes and businesses across the continental United States. We provide integrated energy solutions — from electricity and natural gas procurement and renewable energy supply to energy efficiency and distributed energy solutions — that help customers strategically buy, manage and use their energy. Today, approximately 2 million residential, public sector and business customers, including two-thirds of Fortune 100 companies rely on our commitment to innovation, dependability, transparency and service.

For customers looking for an impactful renewable energy solution, Constellation’s Offsite Renewables (CORe) products combine location-specific renewable energy purchases and renewable energy certificates (RECs) with a physical, load-following, energy supply contract. With the CORe+ product, that includes support for the development of new build renewable assets.

Energy Edge Consulting

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Energy Edge Consulting provides customized energy solutions for large commercial, industrial and institutional organizations. Energy Edge provides a full range of services relating to renewable energy strategy development, procurement, energy risk management services, demand response initiatives and ongoing support services.

Energy Edge has supported a variety of organizations in developing and implementing a sustainable energy strategy. This includes evaluating various renewable generation projects, procuring renewable and low carbon power, negotiating PPAs and ensuring these are properly integrated into retail and wholesale power supply arrangements.

Energy Edge has extensive experience with both off-site and behind the meter generation projects. This includes utility scale
solar assets, wind generation, geothermal production, virtual PPAs and back up generation assets.

Energy Edge has locations in California, Texas, Arizona and the United Kingdom.

Engie North America

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ENGIE North America manages a range of energy businesses in the United States and Canada, including clean power generation, cogeneration, and energy storage; retail energy sales; and comprehensive services to help customers run their facilities more efficiently and optimize energy and other resource use and expense. Nearly 100 percent of the company’s power generation portfolio is low carbon or renewable. Globally, ENGIE is the largest independent power producer and energy efficiency services provider in the world, with operations in 70 countries employing 150,000 people, including 1,000 researchers in 11 R&D centers.

Schneider Electric

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Schneider Electric’s Energy & Sustainability Services helps thousands of companies in more than 100 countries buy energy smarter, use energy more efficiently, and drive sustainable growth.

ESS’ Renewables & Cleantech team is a pioneering global supplier of renewable energy and clean technology products and services—including the New Energy Opportunities (NEO) Network™—for the C&I sector. For more than 15 years, the team has been providing unparalleled experience and expertise on strategic renewable energy procurement. The ESS team has advised on more than 4 GW of new wind and solar capacity and is the recognized global leader in cleantech consulting, serving more clients than any other procurement advisor, worldwide.

Contact us to learn more about how strategic renewable PPAs can accelerate your energy goals.

Unico Solar Investors

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Unico Solar Investors is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Unico Investment Group that develops, owns, and operates solar energy systems for our own real estate portfolio and for third-party clients. Our investments provide long-term, acyclical cash flow by selling clean energy to a diversified mix of electricity consumers that include utilities, commercial and industrial buildings, and educational facilities.

Safari Energy, LLC

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Safari Energy, LLC is the solar partner of choice for commercial and industrial real estate owners, public sector organizations and solar developers seeking competitive financial solutions for their projects. Headquartered in New York City, Safari Energy has helped clients unlock enormous economic value and drive significant energy savings by developing more than 300 solar energy projects from Massachusetts to Hawaii. With extensive interdisciplinary expertise, Safari forms the cornerstone of PPL Corporation’s focus on distributed energy resources and shaping a sustainable future.

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.

CDP

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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.

ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability

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Sierra Club

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The Sierra Club is an organization that believes in the power of people working together to make change happen. As the largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization in the US, for over 126 years, we’ve helped shape the way people can participate in local, state, and national advocacy and policy work, so that we can better protect the planet and each other. Our three million members and supporters – through the Sierra Club’s resources, personal efforts, and collective action – have helped us make real change in advancing climate solutions, protecting lands, air, water, and wildlife, acting for justice, and getting people outdoors. We still have a lot more change to make, because so much more is possible. We work alongside other local and national groups because we are more powerful together. Join us in making change.

Urban Sustainability Directors Network

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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.

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