Tri-State Community Energy Summit - Presented by Infocast
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The Premier Event Uniting Local Governments in NY, NJ, and CT with Cheaper, Cleaner Local Energy Solutions

Local governments from New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut are independently building opportunities to switch to clean energy.

  • New York is one of the most active community solar markets in the country with plans to stimulate another 1000 MW in the near future
  • Meanwhile New Jersey and Connecticut community solar pilot programs have recently launched, and still need some fine-tuning

Now imagine top Tri-State area clean energy industry professionals getting together to scale the learnings and successes of the leading state programs. It could ultimately stimulate their combined local economies, save residents and small businesses money, and contribute mutually-beneficial long term value (and savings!) to the area’s entire energy value chain.

Infocast’s inaugural Tri-State Community Energy is the premier area event where local leaders from New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut will gather together to…

  • Be the first to hear from state regulators about their brand new programs, and how they will impact future development
  • Share the latest information on area community solar and wind policies and market growth potential
  • Hear how utilities plan to get ahead of the inevitable rush of Tri-State community energy projects
  • Learn how distributed energy resources (DERs), and renewable developers and vendors will grow their businesses in—and across—one of the most active areas in the country
  • Benefit from the experience of the Tri-State clean energy early-entries: what lessons have already been learned in the area?

Plus, don’t miss Infocast’s Tri-State Executive Briefing, a one-day tutorial dedicated to helping local governments aggregate community energy. This is the chance to connect with industry peers and CCA/GEA administrators who have successfully procured cheaper, clean, local energy. Hear about the evolution and execution of their programs, and walk away with proven step-by-step plans that work.


Who Should Attend?
CCA Administrators
EPCs
Grassroots Organizations
Local Governments – Including County & Municipal Officials
Non-Profits
Sustainable Energy Advocates
Utilities
Consultants and Lawyers
ESCOs/TPS
Hardware & Software Solutions Providers
NGOs
Renewable Developers
Policymakers and Regulators

Event Chairperson

Shawn Marshall
Executive Director
LEAN Energy US

Co-Keynote Speakers

Ted Kelly
Assistant Counsel
NY STATE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICE

Kenneth Sheehan
Ombudsman
NEW JERSEY BOARD OF PUBLIC UTILITES


Interested in Speaking?

Contact Katherine Blair
KatherineB@infocastevents.com
818-888-4445 ext 22


Interested in Sponsoring?

Contact Jeffrey Shapiro
JeffreyS@infocastevents.com
818-888-4445 ext 65

Featured Speakers

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Participating Organizations

  • Ampion
  • Arcadia Power
  • Atlantic City Electric, an Exelon company
  • Atlantic County Utilities Authority
  • BayWa Renewable Energy
  • Bloomcradle
  • Bloomfield, CT
  • BlueRock Solar
  • BlueWave Solar
  • Central Hudson
  • Citrine Power
  • CleanChoice Energy
  • Clean Energy Collective
  • Columbia University, SIPA
  • Commercial Utility Consultants
  • Connecticut Fund for the Environment
  • Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative
  • Consolidated Edison
  • EDMS, LLC 
  • Energize NY
  • Energy News Network
  • Eversource
  • Fairfield, CT
  • Gabel Associates
  • Geronimo Energy
  • Grid Alternatives
  • GridX
  • Hartford, CT
  • Highland Park, NJ
  • Inclusive Prosperity Capital
  • Independent Power Producers of New York
  • Joule Assets
  • Kearsarge Energy
  • LEAN Energy US
  • Marathon Energy
  • Municipal Electric & Gas Alliance
  • Nautilus Solar
  • New York Power Authority
  • New York State Smart Grid Consortium
  • Niskayuna, NY
  • NJ Board of Public Utilities
  • Northeast Clean Energy Council
  • NY Green Bank
  • NY State Department Of Public Service
  • NY State Energy Research and Development Authority
  • NY-SUN at NYSERDA
  • Princeton, NJ
  • PSEG Long Island
  • Saratoga Springs, NY
  • Silicon Ranch
  • Stamford Energy Improvement District
  • Stamford, CT
  • Sullivan County Office Of Sustainable Energy
  • SunLight General Capitol
  • Sustainable New Jersey
  • Sustainable Princeton
  • Sustainable Westchester
  • Town of Bedford, NY
  • Town of Fairfield, CT
  • United States Solar Corporation
  • Village of Upper Brookville, NY
  • Westchester Power
  • White Plains, NY
  • Zions Energy Link

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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.

Cancellation, Refund & Credits

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 have the option to either transfer their registration to another person at no additional fee, or receive a credit, minus a $200 processing fee, toward a future Infocast event within 6 months of the original event date.

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

If you would like to transfer your registration to another person, or have further questions regarding our cancellation policy, please contact us at 1-818-888-4444.

Community Networking Disclaimer

Accessing the Infocast Event Community system is, in financial terms, equivalent to attending the event; no refunds or credits will be given to users who have accessed the Infocast Event Community system.

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Venue

New York Marriott Downtown
85 West Street at Albany Street
New York, NY 10006
212-385-4900

The Group Room Rate has expired, but if you are in need of a room, please contact Skye Gable
(skyeg@infocastevents.com) and she will do her best to secure a room at a discounted group rate.

**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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Gayle Brill Mittler

HIGHLAND PARK, NJ

Paul A. Colbert

CENTRAL HUDSON

Richard Dovey

ATLANTIC COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY

Stephen Filler

JOULE ASSETS

Louise Gava

MUNICIPAL ELECTRIC & GAS ALLIANCE

Max Joel

NYSERDA

Shubhada Kambli

HARTFORD, CT

Thomas Madden

STAMFORD ENERGY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BOARD & Director, Economic Development, STAMFORD, CT

Sangeeta Ranade

NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY

Nicholas Reynolds

COMMERCIAL UTILITY CONSULTANTS

Thomas Roach

WHITE PLAINS, NY

Scott Thompson

SUSTAINABLE FAIRFIELD TASK FORCE, FAIRFIELD, CT

Dan Welsh

WESTCHESTER POWER

Steve Wemple

CONSOLIDATED EDISON

Ampion

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Ampion provides Customer Acquisition, Customer Management, and Asset Management services for community solar providers across North America. The company operates under a “Software and Service” business model, deploying and operating its software platform on behalf of its clients.
The Ampion platform has extensive operational capability in the community solar market. It is a tightly integrated customer information, billing and payment, and performance monitoring system. Cloud-based and configurable, Ampion’s platform delivers a range of functions necessary to manage both assets and customers, including data acquisition, production reporting, payment processing, customer service, and energy allocation.
Ampion’s platform consists of three white-labeled, cloud-based interfaces, each customized to meet the needs of its clients, their subscribers, and their prospects. The platform supports all energy models and providers, managing assets while supplying the transparency and agency needed to optimize energy portfolios while maximizing revenue.

BlueWave Solar

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BlueWave Solar developed a platform to make it easier for households & businesses to go solar without an installation – perfect for renters! Plus, homeowners in Massachusetts can go “AllBlue” by adding Community Solar to their home solar installations.

BlueWave Solar provides Community Solar subscriptions from our own projects and provide Community Solar customer management for other developers as our clients.

BlueWave works with home solar installers to provide accessible financing options so that owning your own solar system, or solar + storage system, becomes not only feasible but profitable.

EDMS

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EDMS, LLC is a data management provider that ensures proper linkage between California’s investor-owned utilities and Direct Access customers, Community Choice and other similar clients. Headquartered in San Diego and a branch location in Sunnyvale, EDMS has 13 years of experience serving the data and back-office needs of its clients, processing millions of MWh of data annually. EDMS’s solid history of providing secure, accurate, and timely data services is recognized throughout the California energy industry.
EDMS’s comprehensive suite of back-office solutions is tailored to address unique business process needs; whether a client is a newly launched City CCA or well established countywide CCA. Moreover, our system has been extensively tested to accommodate more than a million customer accounts and provides custom web dashboards and detailed reports to support this volume of data. Our flexibility has helped EDMS’s clients achieve consistent growth and profitability for more than a decade.

Geronimo Energy

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Geronimo Energy is a leading North American full-service renewable energy company based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with satellite offices located in southwest Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Illinois, New York and Michigan. Geronimo provides solutions for utilities and corporations looking to harness renewable energy for business growth. Geronimo has developed over 2,000 megawatts of wind and solar projects that are either operational or currently under construction. Geronimo has a multi-gigawatt development pipeline of wind and solar projects in various stages of development throughout the United States. With deep roots in agriculture, Geronimo prides itself on developing wind farms that are farmer-friendly, community-driven, and beneficial for rural communities. For information about our company, please visit: https://geronimoenergy.com/

GridX, Inc.

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GridX is a leading provider of Big Data Billing and Data Management solutions to Community Choice Energy providers, retails suppliers and integrated utilities. Our clients include some of the largest IOUs and MOUs and innovative CCAs.

Our core technology consists of Big Data (Interval) Billing, Settlement and Advanced Analytics. Leveraging this technology, we have developed a suite of applications to streamline business operations. This integrated solution set serves as a “CCA-in-a-Box” to enable the successful launch of a CCA as well as ultimately achieving the aspirations of the Community Choice movement.

We call this CCA-in-a-box the GridX Business Operation Support System (BOSS). BOSS includes a full suite of tools that enables management of rate design & development, rate marketing, customer engagement, retail billing, wholesale (shadow) settlement, load forecasting, revenue forecasting, and revenue & margin simulation and optimization.

Bloomcradle

Website

Connecticut Fund for the Environment

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Energize NY

Website

GRID Alternatives

Website

LEAN Energy

Website

Northeast Clean Energy Council (NECEC)

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NECEC is the premier voice of businesses building a world-class clean energy hub in the Northeast.

NECEC is the Northeast Clean Energy Council and NECEC Institute. NECEC helps clean energy companies start, scale and succeed with our unique business, innovation and policy leadership.

We bring together business leaders and key stakeholders to engage in influential policy discussions and business initiatives while building connections that propel the clean energy industry forward. Our results-oriented team is highly skilled at turning a clear vision into reality and effectively influencing policyto build a world-class clean energy hub in the Northeast.

The New England Clean Energy Council (NECEC) was formed in late 2006 when leaders in the Massachusetts’ clean energy industry saw the need for a regional business association to convene clean energy stakeholders dedicated to growing the state and the region’s clean energy economy. In October 2015, reflecting our growing activities in New York State and the rapidly growing community of member companies doing business in New York and across New England, NECEC became the Northeast Clean Energy Council.

Sustainable Princeton

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Energy News Network

Website

The Energy News Network is a nonprofit news site dedicated to keeping stakeholders, policymakers, and citizens informed of the important changes taking place in the transition to a clean energy system. Launched in 2010 as Midwest Energy News, the Energy News Network now offers four regional services with plans to add two more in 2019. Southeast Energy News began in 2015, and Southwest and Northeast Energy News were added in 2018.

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