The Disruptive Dynamics of Distributed Energy Resources
Will FERC (Finally!) Resolve Electric Transmission ROEs?
Keep Your Practice Out of Jeopardy - Its all about ETHICS
RTO Governance: The Board Perspective
Offshore Wind Energy: Partnerships, Development and US Jones Act
Tuesday, May 7, 2019 Sessions:
General Session: Natural Disasters and Utility Infrastructure: Regulations, Technologies, and Policies That Promote System Resiliency and Disaster Recovery Without Breaking the Bank
Innovation in FERC Hearing Processes
Electric Transmission Investment And Order 890
Stakeholder Involvement in Pipeline Infrastructure Development – Best Practices
Closing General Session: Electrification: The Wave of the Future or a Policy Choice?
RECORDINGS FROM 2019 Annual Meeting & Conference
Recordings will be posted after the Conference.
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