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EBC/NECA Energy Program: New Opportunities for Renewable Energy Projects
September 18, 2012 @ 7:30 am - 12:00 pm EDT
Recently enacted legislation in Massachusetts expands the incentives to produce electricity through the development and financing of wind, hydro, solar and anaerobic digestion projects. How have current incentives been changed and expanded? Which projects will qualify and what will the process be to get qualification? What will these projects mean for future market prices for renewable power?
On Tuesday, September 18, the Environmental Business Council along with the Northeast Energy and Commerce Association will jointly sponsor a half-day program that will answer these questions. The event will be held at the office of Mintz Levin in Boston. Former DOER Commissioner David O’Connor will moderate presentations by key legislators, project developers, utility managers and financiers who will describe the details of this new legislation and offer their assessments of its impact on the regional marketplace for renewable energy.
David O’Connor, Senior Vice President for Energy and Clean Technology, ML Strategies
- Senator Benjamin Downing, Co-Chair, Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy
- Representative John Keenan, Co-Chair, Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy
- Carol Grant, Senior Vice President, External Affairs, First Wind
- James G. Daly, Vice President, Energy Supply, Northeast Utilities
- Russell W. Landon, Head of Clean Technology, KeyBanc Capital Markets
- Peter Rothstein, President, New England Clean Energy Council
- Dan Berwick, Director of Policy and Business Development, Borrego Solar Systems
- Tim Roughan, Director of Distributed Resources, National Grid
- Stephen Conant, Senior Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, Anbaric Transmission, Inc.
- Wayne Davis, Vice President, Incentives & Regulatory Affairs, Harvest Power, Inc.
- Matthew Wolfe, Principal, Madera Energy, Inc.
The electricity for this EBC event has been matched with 100% local wind power through New England Wind, a program of Mass Energy Consumers Alliance. You can green your electricity too! Visit www.massenergy.org.