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Electric Power in California

Event Date: 11/03/2016

One California Plaza
300 South Grand Avenue
Twenty-Second Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071

Who Should Attend

Attorneys, industry executives, economists, consultants, and governmental officials involved with energy project development

Why You Should Attend

California continues down its path of evolutionary and revolutionary changes in energy infrastructure, regulation and markets. What will be the future role of California's IOUs and how will they address the increasing prevalence of distributed energy resources in sun-soaked California? Will natural gas continue to be favored or will energy storage have a greater role in grid reliability? How and when will California get to 50% RPS and how will renewable resources be integrated onto the grid? Where are the opportunities and pitfalls in light of the 50% RPS, Net Energy Metering 2.0, competitive transmission siting and a move towards a western ISO? The 18th annual "Energy in California" conference will tackle all of these questions through information packed seminar sessions presented by thought leaders as well as cutting edge panel sessions that include electrical industry leaders. 

Neeraj Arora, Esq. of Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP and John A. McKinsey, Esq. of LeClairRyan, Program Co-Chairs

What You Will Learn

  • Federal and state policy regarding energy markets & resources
  • The roles of natural gas and storage
  • Storage procurement
  • FERC order 1000
  • Finding the balance in future energy markets
  • Electric vehicles as a grid resource
  • Utility procurement processes in California
  • Developing and financing in California
  • Permitting in Caifornia and CPUC approval
  • Community choice aggregation
  • Distributed generation, energy storage and negawatts

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