Southeast Renewable Energy - Presented by Infocast
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October 28 - 30, 2024
Sheraton Charlotte Hotel
Charlotte, NC

Meet 500+ Policymakers, Utilities & Renewable Players Working to Seize the Opportunities and Meet the Challenges of Burgeoning Southeastern Load Growth

An unprecedented expansion of energy demand is in full swing across the Southeast, driven by new data centers and manufacturing facilities. Southeastern states and major utilities are projecting the need to dramatically — and quickly — ramp up their current power generation capacities; in some cases, to double it. And much of this demand is coming from customers demanding clean energy.

However, while this is a huge opportunity for the renewable energy industry, fully embracing that opportunity requires understanding a series of critical issues. How will renewables be affected by plans to rapidly add gas-fired capacity? How can increasing local opposition to siting and permitting of renewable projects be overcome? What strategies can developers adopt to optimize their projects’ status in the growing interconnection queues across the Southeast? How can projects be structured to handle increased interest rates and other macroeconomic trends making financing more difficult? What are the potential impacts of the upcoming election on renewable energy and how are they affecting developer strategies?

Infocast’s 9th annual Southeast Renewable Energy event, is the ONLY cconference covering this burgeoning market that gets “everyone in the room” from across the entire region. Featuring key state policymakers, critical decision-makers, leading utility executives, financiers and renewable energy players, the event does a critical survey of the most dynamic states in the region — including North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, and MISO South — to provide definitive updates on the issues you will need to understand to seize the very best opportunities.

Join 500+ of the Southeast’s most important renewable industry executives at this profoundly informative event. It will delve deeply into the following questions:

  • How will unprecedented increases in demand be translated to procurements and investments?
  • How do utilities across the region plan to balance their decarbonization commitments with reliability concerns?
  • What are the macro trends affecting the project finance market, and how can developers structure projects to cope with them?
  • How are the new transferability markets being used to deal with tax equity market constraints?
  • Where and how and by whom will standalone and co-located storage be deployed to boost reliability and resilience?
  • How well new are interconnection reforms and transmission planning processes working to ease pressures on queues and the grid?
  • What are the most effective methods to deal with local opposition to siting and permitting?
  • Why is role of insurance in mitigating and indemnifying operational and financial risks becoming both more critical and more difficult?
  • What will the potential impacts of offshore wind, wind, and green hydrogen projects on the market for renewable energy in the Southeast?

Don’t miss this opportunity to network with and learn from key decision-makers, leading players, and your peers about the challenges and opportunities of renewable energy development in what will be a remarkably active market. Please review our remarkable agenda and list of participants and reserve your place today.

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Jamie Barber
Director, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Unit

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Laura Beauchamp
Director, Resource Planning and Market Operations

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Noel W. Black
Senior Vice President, Government Affairs

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Michele Boyd
Strategic Analysis and Institutional Support Program Manager, Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO)

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Ben Brothers
Senior Utility Scale Solar and Energy Storage Originator

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Kevin Christy
Head of Innovation & Operational Excellence

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Eric Cohen
Managing Director

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Thad Culley
Director, Public Policy

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Amy Edge
East Region, Director Customer Relations

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Blan Holman
Vice President, Regulatory Affairs

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Dr. Becca Jones-Albertus
Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Renewable Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy

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Commissioner Karen Kemerait

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Wilson Mallard
Director, Renewable Development

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Jeff Pratt

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Jon Previtali
Senior Principal Engineer

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Mike Quinto
Director, IRP Advanced Analytics

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Temujin Roach
Senior Director, Transmission Policy

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Joshua Rogol

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Danny Van Clief

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Marc Vinson
Renewable Development Utility Scale Manager




  • Advanced Energy United
  • Advanced Power Alliance
  • Beltline Energy
  • Conservatives for Clean Energy - Georgia
  • CRS
  • Denham Capital
  • Duke Energy
  • E4 Carolinas
  • EDF Renewables
  • Entergy Louisiana
  • EOS Capital Advisors
  • Fractal Energy Storage Consultants
  • Georgia Power Company
  • Georgia Public Service Commission
  • Green Power EMC
  • Invenergy
  • J.P. Morgan Securities LLC
  • Lightsource bp
  • Madison Energy Infrastructure
  • McGuireWoods LLP
  • Monarch Private Capital
  • North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC)
  • North Carolina Utilities Commission
  • Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP
  • Origis Energy
  • Origis Energy Services
  • Pine Gate Renewables
  • SB Energy
  • Southeastern Wind Coalition
  • Southern Company
  • Strata Clean Energy
  • Sun Tribe Development
  • Sunrun
  • TenneSEIA
  • Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
  • United Community Bank
  • U.S. Department of Energy
  • VDE Americas
  • Virginia Renewable Energy Alliance



  • Utilities
  • G&T’s
  • Munis
  • Corporate Energy Buyers
  • Consultants
  • EPCs
  • Developers
  • Co-ops
  • Regulators
  • Attorneys
  • Equipment Providers
  • Vendors



  • 1898 & Co.
  • ABB Inc.
  • ACCURE Battery Intelligence
  • Aderis Energy, LLC
  • Advanced Energy Economy
  • AES
  • Ampyr Energy USA
  • Apex Clean Energy
  • Apogee
  • Arkansas Public Service Commission
  • Avangrid Renewables
  • Babcock & Wilcox
  • Balch and Bingham LLP
  • Beaufort Rosemary LLC
  • Beltline Energy
  • Black Mountain Energy Storage
  • Blue Ridge Power
  • Bluestem Energy Solutions
  • Booth & Associates, LLC
  • Bowman Consulting
  • Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
  • BrightNight Power
  • Brown & Brown
  • Burns & McDonnell
  • Burr & Forman LLP
  • CAC Specialty
  • Candela Renewables
  • Capital Power
  • Carolina Solar Energy
  • Castle Energy Group
  • CFEX
  • Charlotte Business Journal
  • CleanChoice Energy
  • ClearGen
  • Cleco
  • Cobb EMC
  • Con Edison Clean Energy Businesses
  • Cornerstone Systems, Inc.
  • CREADIS Inc.
  • CWP Energy Solutions
  • Cypress Creek Renewables
  • Davey Resource Group, Inc.
  • Davidson College
  • Davis Hill Development
  • Daymark Energy Advisors, Inc.
  • DHL Industrial Projects
  • Dominion Energy
  • Doosan GridTech
  • Duke Energy
  • E2
  • East Point Energy
  • ECS Southeast, LLP
  • EDF Renewables, Inc.
  • EDP Renewables
  • Electric Power Engineers, LLC
  • Empower Energies
  • Enerfin Renewables
  • Energy and Policy Institute
  • Energy Exemplar
  • energyRe
  • Enertis Solar Inc.
  • Entergy Louisiana
  • Enverus
  • EOS Capital Advisors
  • ERM
  • Erthos
  • Essense Partners
  • Federal Pacific
  • First National Bank of PA
  • First Solar
  • Fox Rothschild
  • Fractal Energy Storage Consultants
  • Freestone Renewables
  • GAI Consultants, Inc.
  • GameChange Solar
  • Gemma Power Systems
  • Georgia Power Company
  • Georgia Public Service Commission
  • Green Lantern Solar
  • Green Power EMC
  • GreenFront Energy Partners
  • GreenGo Energy US, Inc.
  • Greenleaf Power
  • GreenStruxure
  • Greenvolt Power Actualize
  • HDR Engineering
  • Headwater Environmental
  • Heelstone Renewable Energy, LLC
  • hep
  • Holland & Knight LLP
  • Holocene Clean Energy
  • Houlihan Lokey
  • Hy Stor Energy LP
  • Ingeteam
  • Integrated Media Publishing
  • Invenergy LLC
  • Jiachi West, LLC
  • JinkoSolar (U.S.) Inc.
  • Johnson Controls
  • JST Power Equipment
  • Kairos Government Affairs
  • Kale Construction Supply
  • Kentucky Conservation Committee
  • Kentucky Office of Energy Policy
  • Key Equipment Finance
  • Kilpatrick Townsend
  • Kimley-Horn Associates
  • KPMG
  • LaBella Associates
  • Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc.
  • Leeward Renewable Energy
  • Leyline Renewable Capital, LLC
  • Liberty Utilities
  • Longroad Energy
  • LS Energy Solutions
  • Madison Energy Investments
  • Mainstream Renewable Power
  • Mangum Economics
  • Manulife Investment Management
  • McAdams
  • McGriff Insurance
  • McGuireWoods Consulting LLC
  • McGuireWoods LLP
  • Mercer Thompson
  • Meta
  • Milliken
  • MISO
  • Mississippi Power Company
  • Mississippi Public Service Commission
  • Mitsubishi Electric
  • Mountain Association
  • MUFG
  • National Grid Renewables
  • NC Clean Energy Technology Center
  • Nelson Mullins
  • Nexceris (Li-ion Tamer)
  • NextEra Energy, Inc.
  • North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association
  • North Carolina Utilities Commission
  • Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP
  • Novis Renewables LLC
  • Nucor Corporation
  • Oakhurst Energy Development
  • Olsson
  • Origis Energy
  • Origis Services, LLC
  • ORIX Corporation
  • Palmetto Power
  • Parker Poe
  • Pathward, National Assoication
  • Pattern Energy
  • Pathward
  • Pine Gate Renewables
  • Pinnacle Financial Partners
  • Plus Power, LLC
  • Powder Day Capital, LLC
  • Primergy Solar
  • QE Solar
  • Radiance Solar
  • Rayonier
  • Recurrent Energy
  • Redeux Energy
  • Renewco Power Ltd.
  • RES
  • RockBridge Energy
  • RPS
  • RWE Renewables
  • S&ME, Inc.
  • SAM Companies
  • Sargent & Lundy
  • Savion Energy
  • ScottMadden
  • SEEM
  • SERC
  • Silicon Ranch
  • Sofos Harbert Renewable Energy
  • Sol Systems
  • SolAmerica Energy
  • Solar Provider Group
  • Solar4America
  • Sol-REIT
  • Solterra Energy, LLC
  • SolUnesco
  • Southeast Sustainability Directors Network
  • Southeastern Wind Coalition
  • Southern Alliance for Clean Energy
  • Southern Company
  • Southern Environmental Law Center
  • Southern Renewable Energy Association
  • Southface
  • Stantec Consulting Services Inc.
  • Staubli
  • Stellar Renewable Power
  • Stewart Title Guaranty Company
  • Strata Clean Energy
  • Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank
  • Sun Tribe Development
  • SunEnergy1
  • SWCA Environmental Consultants
  • Swell Energy
  • TenneSEIA
  • Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
  • The Hawthorn Group
  • Thompson McMullan, P.C. and Chair of Board, Virginia Renewable Energy Alliance
  • Tidwell Group
  • Timberland Investment Resources
  • Today's Power, Inc.
  • TotalEnergies USA
  • Treaty Oak Clean Energy
  • Treehouse Investments
  • Triple Oak Power
  • Troutman Pepper
  • True Green Capital
  • TVA
  • Ulteig
  • United Community Bank
  • University of Louisiana at Lafayette
  • Urban Grid Solar
  • USDA
  • ViewPoint Solutions Group, LLC
  • Vitis Energy
  • VSUN
  • Wattch
  • Wells Fargo Corporate & Investment Banking
  • Weyerhaeuser
  • Wind Works Power
  • Wood Mackenzie
  • Wood PLC
  • Zorya Energy Advisors

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McGuireWoods LLP


McGuireWoods’ cross-discipline, cross-practice energy industry team brings together legal, policy, energy technology and business experience to meet the challenges our clients face. Our energy industry experience has been recognized for the depth of our bench (more than 100 interdisciplinary lawyers) and the extent of our experience. We have been serving some of our energy clients for nearly 50 years.

We advance our renewable energy clients’ interests by getting deals done, by helping clients successfully and creatively navigate the complexities and pitfalls in this dynamically evolving industry and by maximizing the value of various tax, energy, environmental rules, markets and governmental incentives available to the renewable energy industry.

Burr & Forman LLP


For more than a century, Burr & Forman LLP’s experienced legal team has served clients at the intersection of business and government. With over 350 attorneys across Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee, Burr & Forman draws from a diverse range of industry experience and practice knowledge to help clients address their legal needs and achieve their goals. Our lawyers work with clients in the renewable energy industry on corporate, economic development, tax, real estate, environmental, and regulatory issues. Our renewable energy team is experienced in dealing with projects throughout the United States related to solar, wind, biofuels and biomass, synthetic fuels, hydrogen fuel cells, natural gas technologies, and nuclear energy.

Eversheds Sutherland


Our Renewable Energy practice has experience in a wide range of disciplines, from corporate/M&A to tax, and covers all of the renewable energy technologies, including onshore and offshore wind, solar, biomass, geothermal, biofuels and hydro. We have advised on more than 70GW of renewables projects globally, and more than 2.5GW of generating wind capacity in the past year alone.

Eversheds Sutherland provides the full range of legal services to a global client base ranging from small and mid-sized businesses to the largest multinationals, acting for 70 of the Fortune 100, 61 of the FTSE 100 and 128 of the Fortune 200. With more than 3,000 lawyers, Eversheds Sutherland operates in 74 offices in 35 jurisdictions. Eversheds Sutherland’s renewable energy team, which includes more than 75 lawyers throughout the US, Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, is a key piece within this global capability for clients. For more information, visit

Fractal Energy Storage Consultants


Fractal Energy Storage Consultants is a specialized energy storage consulting and engineering firm that provides expert financial analysis, owner’s engineering, procurement, due diligence and advisory services for energy storage and hybrid projects. Fractal has unmatched experience with nearly a thousand utility-scale energy storage engagements since 2013. Fractal provides utilities, developers, EPCs and investors, with unbiased and technology agnostic financial, technical and commercial subject matter expertise, enabling a one stop shop with end-to-end services. Visit the website for more information:

Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP


Norton Rose Fulbright is a global law firm and powerhouse in the project finance market. Its projects group did $211 billion in 448 significant transactions in the last five years. It works in some capacity for most of the major developers who are active in the US market. It is also a prominent thought leader. Its Project Finance NewsWire goes to more than 81,000 people. Issues back 26 years can be found on the firm’s website. Its Currents podcast has had more than three million downloads in five years. Its periodic live podcasts on topical subjects draw 2,000 to 6,000 people for the live sessions and thousands of downloads for the recordings.

Origis Services


Origis Services delivers the promise of clean energy with operations and maintenance (O&M) services for solar and energy storage across North America. The team manages a diverse utility scale and distributed generation portfolio with experienced professionals backed by a state-of-the-art NERC CIP Compliant Remote Operations Center (ROC) located at its headquarters in Austin, Texas. Visit us at:



Established on May 28, 1998, HT-SAAE primarily focuses on integrating polysilicon, solar cells, solar modules, and solar power stations and holds more than 260 technical patents related to cells. In 2016, HT Solar Enerji was set up in Türkiye to support our clients in Türkiye, the USA, Europe, and the Middle East.

With the solar modules made in Türkiye and being a Bloomberg Tier-One solar modules supplier for years, we have been serving our clients, from 5-6KW residential projects to hundreds of MW utility-scale projects in the US market.

Since 2018, our solar modules, made in our Türkiye factory, have been recognized as “Top Performing Manufacturers” by PV Evolution Labs (PVEL), a prestigious U.S.-based testing laboratory.

To demonstrate our commitment to social responsibility, we have been a member of PV CYCLE since 2017.

We are determined to create a better future for our next generations through our products and services.

United Community Bank


United Community Bank provides a full range of banking, wealth management and mortgage services for relationship-oriented consumers and business owners. United has $18.9 billion in assets and 162 offices in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee along with a national SBA lending franchise and a national equipment lending subsidiary. Known as “The Bank That SERVICE Built,” United has been recognized nationally for delivering award-winning service. In 2021, J.D. Power ranked United highest in customer satisfaction with retail banking in the Southeast, marking seven out of the last eight years United earned the coveted award. United was also named one of the “Best Banks to Work For” by American Banker in 2020 for the fourth year in a row based on employee satisfaction. Forbes recognized United on its 2021 list of the 100 Best Banks in America for the eighth consecutive year. Additional information about United can be found at



Founded in 2016, is an industry leader in analytic solutions for energy and commodity companies. Specializing in Total Portfolio Analysis, cQuant’s cloud-native SaaS platform simulates all risk factors, optimizes portfolio decisions, and includes dynamic reports and dashboards for better decision making. cQuant’s customers have greater insight into their financial forecasts and the drivers of value and risk in their business. 

cQuant is a team of senior quantitative model developers, experienced energy analysts, software developers and cloud infrastructure experts. Leveraging decades of energy experience, cQuant is committed to serving the present and future analytic landscape with the most accurate models and highest performance in the industry. The field of analytics is changing rapidly and cQuant is dedicated to offering the latest advantages to their customers. 



FlexGen designs and integrates energy storage solutions and the software platform that is enabling today’s energy transition.
FlexGen delivers utility-scale storage projects integrated with traditional and renewable power generation globally.
Our clients and partners include the most technically and commercially demanding developers, utilities, EPCs and electric cooperatives in the world.



LandGate is the leading provider of information, data solutions, and an online marketplace for US commercial land resources: solar, wind, carbon, oil & gas, minerals, and water. The company helps landowners, real estate agents, investors, and developers understand energy and environmental resource values and transact on its online marketplace. LandGate’s platform applies its technology to provide deals, leads, data, analytics, and web apps to substantially reduce investors costs.

LandGate has a differentiated product advantage built on highly automated data tasks and the digitization of land resource valuations. The network effect builds with landowners and real estate agents who can easily list land resources for lease or sale on the online marketplace. It also provides a cost advantage for energy and environmental investors/developers who can more efficiently access deals.

Advanced Power Alliance


CRS Center for Resource Solutions


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

E4 Carolinas


N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center (NCCETC)


The N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center, at N.C. State University, advances a sustainable energy economy by educating, demonstrating and providing support for clean energy technologies, practices, and policies. It also administers the Database of Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency (DSIRE), a resource providing financial incentives and policies. The Center provides service to the businesses and citizens of North Carolina and beyond relating to the development and adoption of clean energy technologies. Through its programs and activities, the Center envisions and seeks to promote the development and use clean energy in ways that stimulate a sustainable economy while reducing dependence on foreign sources of energy, and mitigating the environmental impacts of fossil fuel use.

Virginia Renewable Energy Alliance (VA-REA)


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