Assess the Renewable Energy Growth Opportunities in the Midwest!
An improving economy and a favorable policy environment are expected to triple renewable energy capacity in the Midwest, with solar anticipated to see 7 gigawatts of growth over the next 5 years and wind projects racing to capture the PTC.
However, this opportunity for growth is not equally distributed across this vast region. Large renewable energy initiatives are ramping up in some surprising state and utility territories, but even then, not all project types are likely to gain traction. At the same time, transmission and market limitations may constrain the opportunities in some areas that would otherwise be ripe for development, while the looming PTC expiration puts into doubt whether solar or wind will be more economical in the future. Only those who can truly assess local incentives, market constraints and future economics will be able to capture the huge opportunities emerging in the Midwest.
Midwest Renewable Energy is the networking event where the region’s renewable energy community will gather to get the latest market insights and meet key players. It is your best chance to:
PLUS! Attend the Pre-Summit Briefing, Midwest ISO/RTO Market Frameworks to explore how market dynamics and rules will affect renewable energy projects in PJM, MISO and SPP.
Director, Transmission, Americas
RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS LTD. (RES)
GEOTHERMAL ALLIANCE OF ILLINOIS
Director, Business Development
Co-Head, Power Infrastructure Finance – North America
WELLS FARGO ENERGY GROUP
VP Federal Government Policy
PJM INTERCONNECTION, LLC
Director, Resource Utilization
MIDCONTINENT INDEPENDENT SYSTEM OPERATOR (MISO)
Director, Transource Business Development
AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER
CITY OF EVANSTON
JOHN HANCOCK INVESTMENTS
MINNESOTA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
Director, Business Development
Patrick R. Tan
P.E., Director – Transmission & Interconnection
Electric Planning Manager
MADISON GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY
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