CPES to Host Timely Panel Discussion on Shared Clean Energy June 15th

Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Prepares to Seek Proposals

Hartford, CT (June 2, 2016)  The Connecticut Power & Energy Society (CPES) is hosting “What’s the Deal with Shared Clean Energy?” an important panel dialogue on the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection’s (DEEP) shared clean energy facility pilot program as the DEEP Prepares to seek proposals from private developers. The dinner meeting will be held at the Courtyard Marriott in Cromwell, Connecticut on Wednesday, June 15th from 5:30PM – 8:30PM.
The Panel will be moderated by Eric Johnson, Director of External Affairs, ISO New England and CPES Vice President, and will include:

  • Katie Scharf Dykes, Deputy Commissioner for Energy at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CT DEEP). As Deputy Commissioner, Katie works with both halves of the agency’s Energy branch: the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) on the regulatory side, and the Bureau of Energy and Technology Policy on the energy strategy side.
  • Roddy Diotalevi, Senior Director, Sales & Marketing at UIL Holdings. Roddy has nearly 30 years of experience in the electric and gas industry and has been employed at The United Illuminating Company since 1986.
  • Jamie Howland, Director, Climate and Energy Analysis Center (CLEAN) & Director, Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Initiative, Acadia Center. Jamie’s work as a policy analyst focuses on data management on energy markets and emissions trends, buildings and land use issues.

For a full agenda, please click here. To register, please use this link.

Jennifer MacNeil
CPES Publicity
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Cell Phone: 774-258-0280