Texas Clean Energy - Presented by Infocast
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September 24 - 26, 2024
Austin, TX

Get the Latest Insights on How Market Redesign Affects Opportunities in the Exploding Texas Clean Energy Industry!

Load growth in the Lone Star State has exceeded all expectations. Large energy users like crypto, data centers, and post-IRA manufacturing as well as the state’s rising population are creating massive load increases. Despite great uncertainty caused by the impacts of recently implemented reforms, still-to-be implemented reforms, and proposed-but-not-yet-enacted legislation, the situation holds enormous opportunities for renewables development.

To seize these opportunities, however, a deep understanding of changes ongoing in the Texas power markets is required. Business planning has never been more challenging. The best possible comprehension of numerous rule reform impacts on the Texas power grid and Phase 2 of ERCOT market redesign is essential. At the same time, developers, financiers, and other stakeholders need accurate analyses of the consequences of proposed new policies, extreme weather, and price volatility in the ERCOT market.

Infocast’s Texas Clean Energy Summit is the best place to meet and learn from policy makers, as well as the state’s most active developers, asset owners, QSEs, offtakers, financiers, investors, and other key players. This remarkable group will discuss the booming opportunities and looming challenges in today’s renewables environment. This is a can’t miss opportunity to get the most advanced current understanding of critical issues like:

  • PCM and other ERCOT market rule changes, and how they will affect procedures, expectations, and the fundamentals that will drive the market in 2024 and beyond
  • The current market dynamics, business models, and financing environment of wind, solar, storage, and hybrid projects; including how the IRA’s changes affect projects in Texas
  • The new firming requirements affecting wind and solar – will this super-charge the already big storage boom in the state?
  • Today’s strategies for mitigating transmission congestion and basis risk while balancing reliability issues, the integration of DERs & VPPs, and preparing for the future of the Texas grid
  • The needs and expectations of large energy users and other offtaker procurement decisions, as well as how they affect the grid, financeability, load projections, and contract negotiations
  • Proposed new state legislation affecting both power prices and renewables projects – hear expert opinions on timelines, potential stumbling blocks, and strategies to move projects forward

Join key players in Texas renewable energy at the most popular event among developers for critical information and networking opportunities. Review our detailed program agenda, remarkable collection of speakers, and reserve your place today!



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Ali Amirali
Senior Vice President

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Sandeep Arora
Senior Vice President – Transmission & Markets

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Marc Atlas

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Bryn Baker
Senior Director - Market & Policy Innovation

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John Belizaire
Chief Executive Officer

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Ned Bonskowski
Vice President of Texas Regulatory Policy

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Ari Citrin
Managing Director – Utilities, Power & Renewable Energy Investment Banking

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Shaun Connell
EVP of Power

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Chris Diaz
Co-Chief Executive Officer

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Mike Enger
Director – Energy Market Operations

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Venkatesh Inti
VP of Business Development

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John Larkey
Vice President – Power Marketing

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Madeline Gould Laughlin
Senior Manager – Regulatory Affairs

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Sondra Martinez
Managing Director

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Todd Masters
Energy Portfolio Manager

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Beth Miletello
Key Accounts Manager

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Gage Mooring
Co-Founder & Co-Chief Executive Officer

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Tuan Pham
Managing Director

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Brad Richter
SVP of Energy

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Brad Schwarz
Director of System Planning

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Ben Semmes
Project Director

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Mark Stover
Director – State Affairs

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Resmi Surendran
Vice President – Regulatory Policy

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Fred Thiel
Chairman & CEO

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Julie Thompson
Director of Business Development, C&I



  • Adakon Energy Solutions, LLC
  • Adaptive Construction Solutions, Inc.
  • Advanced Power Alliance
  • Apex Clean Energy
  • Arctas Capital Group
  • Aurora Energy Research
  • Austin Energy
  • Aypa Power
  • Baker Botts L.L.P.
  • Bitdeer
  • Caerus Commodities
  • Carbon Rivers
  • CEBA
  • Citigroup, Inc.
  • CleanTX
  • Clearway Energy
  • Compass Datacenters
  • CTC Global Corporation
  • Enel
  • energyRe
  • Electric Transmission Texas, LLC
  • Enchanted Rock
  • Energy and Environmental Economics, Inc. (E3)
  • Fractal Energy Storage Consultants
  • Enverus
  • Gridmatic
  • Grid United
  • Hunt Utility Services
  • Keybanc Capital Markets
  • Lancium
  • LevelTen Energy
  • Lotus Infrastructure Global
  • Marathon Capital
  • Marathon Digital Holdings
  • Monarch Private Capital
  • MUFG
  • National Grid Renewables
  • NextEra Energy Resources, LLC
  • NovoHydrogen
  • NRG
  • Origis Energy
  • Osiyo Renewables
  • OTC Global Holdings
  • Pattern Energy Group, LP
  • Pine Gate Renewables
  • Q CELLS USA Corp.
  • Renewa
  • REV Renewables
  • Riot
  • Satoshi Energy
  • Seminole Financial Services
  • Shell Energy North America
  • Silverpeak Renewables Investment Partners
  • Soluna Computing
  • Spearmint Energy
  • Texas Advanced Energy Business Alliance
  • Texas Geothermal Energy Alliance
  • Texas Hydrogen Alliance
  • Texas Solar Energy Society
  • Texas Solar Power Association
  • The Energy Professionals Association
  • Troutman Pepper
  • US Bitcoin Corp
  • Vistra
  • X-ELIO



  • Wind, Solar, Storage & Transmission Developers
  • State Regulators & ERCOT
  • Corporate Offtakers
  • Utilities
  • Cities, Munis, Co-ops, & Other Energy Procurers
  • Banks, Lenders & Financiers
  • Law Firms
  • Consultants
  • EPCs & Construction
  • Equipment Suppliers



  • AB Power
  • Acciona Energy USA Global
  • AMSC
  • Apex Clean Energy
  • Arctas Capital Group
  • Avantus
  • BASF
  • BP Energy Company
  • Broad Reach Power
  • Calpine
  • Capital Farm Credit ACA
  • CenterPoint Energy
  • Chambers Energy Capital
  • Churchill Stateside Group
  • CI Project Service US
  • Citigroup Energy, Inc.
  • Citizens Enterprises Corporation
  • Conservative Texans for Energy Innovation
  • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners
  • Direct Energy
  • Duke Energy Renewables
  • EDF Renewables
  • Enel Green Power
  • Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT)
  • E.On Climate & Renewables, North America
  • Eversheds Sutherland
  • FastGrid LLC
  • Fifth Third Securities
  • First Solar, Inc.
  • Foley & Lardner LLP
  • Geronimo Energy
  • Gexa Energy
  • GH America Energy
  • GreenGo Energy Us, Inc.
  • Halliburton
  • Hill Country Wind Power, LP
  • Husch Blackwell LLP
  • juwi Inc.
  • Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
  • Key Equipment Finance
  • LEO Energy, LLC
  • Lendlease Energy Development
  • Lincoln Clean Energy
  • Longroad Energy
  • Lower Colorado River Authority
  • McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
  • Mitsui & Co., Energy Marketing Services (USA), Inc.
  • Mortenson Construction
  • Oncor Electric Deliver
  • Orion Energy Group
  • Orion Renewable Energy
  • Pattern Energy Group
  • Pine Gate Renewables
  • Quantum Energy Partners
  • RadiantREIT
  • Recurrent Energy
  • RES Americas
  • RKB Energy
  • Rosendin Electric, Inc.
  • RTO Insider
  • Sammons Infrastructure
  • Siemens Gamesa
  • Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom
  • Solar Prime LLC
  • SOLV/Swinerton Renewable Energy
  • Southern Power
  • Spano Partners
  • Starwood Infrastructure Finance
  • Stewart Title Guaranty Company
  • SWCA Environmental Consultants
  • TEMA
  • Texas Capital Bank
  • Texas Clean Energy Coalition
  • Texas Instruments
  • The Johns Firm, PLLC
  • Third Planet Windpower, LLC
  • TransCo Energy, LLC
  • Transmission Analytics Consulting, LLC
  • Tri Global Energy
  • Tsinghua EIRI
  • UKA North America LLC
  • Ulteig
  • United Community Bank
  • Viridity Energy Solutions, Inc
  • Vistra Energy
  • Wartsila NA
  • Whitehall & Company
  • WindCom
  • Wind HQ
  • Wood

2023 RECAP





Expert Speakers


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2023 Sponsors


2023 Supporting Organizations


Aurora Energy Research


Aurora Energy Research is a market-leading energy analytics company. With over 650 experts covering European, Australian and US power markets, Aurora provides transaction support, project finance, and subscription insight to utilities, developers, investors and lenders. The core of the business built around belief in the power of sophisticated modelling and data to help deliver actionable insights for the energy transition. Aurora is one of the few respected energy pricing analytics providers that delivers sufficiently rigorous and accurate forecasts to be bankable across a number of regions. Aurora’s head office in the USA is in Austin, TX.

Carbon Rivers


Carbon Rivers is an engineering solutions provider as well as an incubator for commercializing advanced material and sustainable energy technologies. Carbon Rivers G2G is just one of the examples where we have brought to market the first glass fiber recovery technology from end of life thermoset and thermoplastic composites. Partnering with the US Department of Energy, CR G2G has been successful in fully recycling wind turbine blades for next generation composite manufacturing. This commercial technology also includes PI and PC feedstock from the automotive, marine, building material, and glass fiber industries.

CTC Global


CTC Global Corporation, based in Irvine, California developed, tested and produces the composite core used in ACCC® Bare Overhead Conductors. The ACCC Conductor, produced in association with 25+ international stranding partners, leverages advanced carbon fiber technology to help improve the efficiency, capacity, reliability and resiliency of electric power grids worldwide. The ACCC Conductor offers greater strength, higher capacity and lower line losses compared to any other bare overhead conductor on the market today. Line loss reductions range from 25 to 40% or more. Reduced line losses not only reduces fuel consumption and associated emissions, it also frees up generation capacity that is otherwise wasted. For more information visit our website or call +1(949)428-8500. To date, over 80,000 km of ACCC Conductor has been deployed to more than 700 projects in 50 countries.



Enverus Power & Renewables brings clean, analytics-ready data into an intuitive platform, empowering you to get straight to higher-value analysis and insights. Whether you are seeking historical data to assess the profitability of new power project opportunities, or you are a seasoned power trader utilizing financial hedging instruments, Enverus supplies essential data and analytics for the power and renewables space.

Fractal EMS


Fractal EMS is a fully vertical controls platform that includes software, controllers, integration and analytics (with optional monitoring, maintenance and bid optimization). Fractal provides all of the following: 1) controls 2) networking 3) SCADA 4) cybersecurity 5) HMI & historian. Fractal EMS provides full command, control, monitoring and management for a single asset or fleet of assets (located anywhere in the world). Fractal EMS was designed by experienced operators to maximize safety and profitability of storage and hybrid systems. Featuring an in-house team of software developers and cyber security expertise, Fractal EMS has 4 GWh in operation globally and over 13 GWh of awarded projects. Visit the website for more

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: www.energystorageconsultants.com

National Grid Renewables


National Grid Renewables, part of the competitive, unregulated National Grid Ventures division of National Grid (NYSE: NGG), develops, owns and operates large-scale renewable energy assets across the United States, including solar, wind and battery storage. As a farmer-friendly and community-focused business, National Grid Renewables develops projects for corporations and utilities that seek to repower America’s electricity grid by reigniting local economies and reinvesting in a sustainable, clean energy future. National Grid Renewables has a robust development pipeline of wind, solar and battery storage projects in various stages of development throughout the United States, as well as geographically diverse operational assets across the country. It supports National Grid’s vision of being at the heart of a clean, fair, and affordable energy future for all. To learn more about National Grid Renewables, visit www.nationalgridrenewables.com.

Troutman Pepper


The energy industry is a key vertical and center of excellence at Troutman Pepper. We have been recognized as a “National Top-Tier” Energy Practice for eight consecutive years and received the 2020 “Law Firm of the Year” distinction for Energy Law in U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” edition, and our renewable energy practice has won nationwide recognition in the Chambers USA and The Legal 500 guides. We provide top legal advice to independent power producers, developers, lenders, utilities, industrial and government clients in energy-related businesses in the U.S. and internationally. We have extensive transactional, financing and regulatory experience in the electric power (including renewable energy), natural gas and water industries. The firm can bring to bear top transactional and regulatory practitioners in order to maximize the value of transactions in the heavily regulated energy space.



Unlike traditional power marketers, Gridmatic uses AI to optimize renewable energy participation in wholesale markets by forecasting energy supply, demand and pricing. Leveraging market-proven algorithms, Gridmatic is able to provide stability, predictability and automation for energy buyers, sellers, and storage owners amid increasing volatility. With Gridmatic Retail, the company offers advanced solutions for businesses with complex energy needs to hit carbon reduction goals, including time matched, variable load and carbon-free energy products. With its industry-leading AI, Gridmatic is working to accelerate the transition to net zero and balance the renewable-powered grid. For more, visit https://www.gridmatic.com.

NextEra Energy Resources


NextEra Energy Resources is a clean energy leader and is one of the largest wholesale generators of electric power in the U.S.. NextEra Energy Resources is also the world’s largest generator of renewable energy from the wind and sun, a world leader in battery storage, and is driving the development of the green hydrogen economy. The business offers a wide range of clean energy solutions to help businesses and customers across the country meet their emissions reduction goals. www.nexteraenergy.com

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: www.OrigisServices.com



RenewaFi is the marketplace for wholesale renewable energy in ERCOT. Built for originators by originators, RenewaFi helps more than 150 energy professionals from over 50 firms source offtake, so they can focus on closing deals. Originators on RenewaFi browse, post, and counter indicative bids and offers – all anonymously. And when originators agree on terms, they match to reveal their identities. RenewaFi increases speed to market, facilitates price discovery, and expedites counterparty matching. Ultimately, the company’s mission is to help energy professionals decarbonize America’s electric grids.



INTERA’s experts help plan, develop, manage, permit, and protect water resources. For large water users, it means helping quantify and develop water supplies capable of meeting your day-to-day needs over the planned lifetime of a facility or operation. We help find ways to minimize risk and ensure availability of your resources for the lifetime of your projects. Our hydrologists also bring expertise in designing new power-generating and industrial water supply systems, as well as evaluating the impacts of these new systems. INTERA understands the regulatory imperatives that dictate site approval. Our support of power and energy-related projects has included the services below.

· landfill gas-to-energy permitting and operations
· solar power viability assessment
· groundwater and surface water availability and sustainability
· impact assessment of water withdrawals
· source and receiving water quality characterization
· hydrographic surveying
· well field siting, design, and optimization

Yes Energy


Yes Energy® is how traders, power companies, and asset managers and developers can finally make sense of the complex, rapidly changing power market. You get accurate and timely data, comprehensive tools, and a specialized partner to help you make the right decisions every day.

It’s time to Win the Day Ahead™. And it takes three things to do that. Better Data – constantly updated from public, partner, and proprietary sources, then cleaned and standardized for ease of use. Better Delivery – with flexible options, whether you need an all-in-one solution for analyzing and making trades, or an API, data lake, or cloud-based database. And Better Direction – from a proactive team of power market and technology experts who’ve been in your shoes before.

Only Yes Energy brings you this unique combination of Better Data, Better Delivery, and Better Direction. That’s why so many power market leaders from hedge funds to renewable developers to trading firms all rely on us to help them Win the Day Ahead.

Advanced Power Alliance




The mission of CleanTX is to accelerate the growth of the cleantech industry in Texas through information exchange, thought leadership, and strategic partnerships. Founded in 2006, CleanTX is the nonprofit economic development and professional association for cleantech in Central Texas, a $2.5 Billion industry that employs 20,000 individuals. The CleanTX community encompasses over 250 companies and an active ecosystem of entrepreneurs, nonprofits, and regional partners.

CleanTX supports cleantech innovation and adoption by: (1) Providing avenues for networking, education, and information exchange among industry and community stakeholders; (2) Facilitating strategic partnerships to launch forward-looking economic development initiatives; and (3) Promoting the growth of the cleantech industry in Texas through increased visibility, thought leadership, access to talent, and connections to local, state and national leaders. Join the CleanTX community.

Texas Advanced Energy Business Alliance



Texas Solar Energy Society


Texas Solar Power Association


The Energy Professionals Association (TEPA)


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