2019 Northeast Chapter Annual Meeting

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Program Overview

The 2019 Northeast Chapter Annual Meeting will be held at Baker Botts LLP in Washington, DC on June 12-13, 2019. The Northeast Chapter is presenting a one day CLE program and will offer numerous networking opportunities, including a pre-conference hosted cocktail reception and scheduled breaks during the program for attendees to connect.

2019 Northeast Chapter Annual Meeting: Program Schedule (COMING SOON)

location

BAKER BOTTS LLP
1299 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20004

champion SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

2019 Marketing Opportunities BROCHURE

Northeast Chapter Annual Meeting Sponsorship Levels & Benefits  


$1500: Platinum Sponsor

  • 2 Complimentary Registrations (approximately $700 value);
  • 5 complimentary attendees at networking reception;
  • Marketing material placed on registrant chairs/tables;
  • recognition on presentation screen during welcome and breaks
  • Additional 4 registrations at early bird price​ (regardless of time of registration)

$1000: Gold Sponsor

  • 1 Complimentary Registration ($345 value);
  • 2 complimentary attendees to networking reception
  • Additional 2 registrations at early bird level

 

$500: Silver Sponsor- All marketing benefits below

 
ALL SPONSORS  

* Logo featured in all event marketing circulated to over 5,000 attorneys & energy professionals twice
* Listed in materials circulated to all attendees
* Verbal recognition at the opening by Chapter President during welcome remarks
* Recognition on conference webpage
* Logo recognition on social media
* One piece of marketing material at sponsor table
* Signage at the event listing sponsors by level
* Sponsor level distinction on ribbons

 

Contact: Michele L. Smith, Senior Manager, Marketing & Member Relations at D: 202-499-5841, E: msmith@eba-net.org

library  PROGRAM SCHEDULE:

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wednesday, june 12

networkofpeople 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM:  Welcome Reception 

thursday, june 13

8:00 AM -  9:00 AM: REGISTRATION 

8:45 AM -  9:00 AM: Welcome & Introductions 

9:00 AM - 10:15 AM: Transmission Solutions for the Problem of Bringing Offshore Wind

Hear from those at the forefront of developing meaningful transmission for the influx of offshore wind in the Northeast, helping states realize their zero-carbon generation goals, while increasing reliability of the grid.

Moderator:  
Panelists:
Theodore Paradise, Senior Vice President Transmission Strategy and Counsel, Anbaric
Pauline Foley, Associate General Counsel, PJM

11:00 AM - 12:15 PM:  ​Northeast Updates on Tackling Fuel Security

In late 2018 –early 2019, PJM and ISO New England published fuel security analyses.  PJM concluded that while there is no imminent threat, fuel security is an important component of reliability and resilience – especially if multiple risks come to fruition.  PJM underscored the importance taking proactive measures to value fuel security attributes through competitive wholesale markets.  ISO New England’s study illustrated the number and duration of energy shortfalls that could occur during the winter period in 2024/2025 if certain conditions developed, which would require implementation of emergency procedures to maintain reliability.  This panel will focus on fuel security in New England and PJM with reaction and perspective on the unique issues.

Moderator:  
Panelists: 
Chantal Hendrzak, Exec. Dir. Of Applied Innovation and Market Evolution, PJM
Jeff Bentz, Director of Analysis, NESCOE

12:15 PM - 1:30 PM: Luncheon Keynote Speaker

bio_glick_highSpeaker: The Honorable Richard Glick, FERC Commissioner

Commissioner Richard Glick was nominated to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission by President Donald J. Trump in August 2017 and confirmed by the U.S. Senate on November 2, 2017. 

Before joining the Commission, Commissioner Glick was general counsel for the Democrats on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, serving as a senior policy advisor on numerous issues including electricity and renewable energy. 

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1:30 PM - 2:15 PM: State Policies and the Markets: How the tension is playing out in PJM, NYISO and ISO-NE

Utilities traditionally construct new transmission and distribution facilities, in order to resolve constraints or meet changing needs.  As technology evolves, however, utilities have begun to explore using distributed energy resources, energy storage, energy efficiency, and demand response to solve the same or related problems.   The application of these technologies in the context of transmission and distribution planning has become known as non-wires alternatives (“NWAs”).   The regulatory landscape is still developing, and the panelists will address the many questions that remain.  For example, should utilities be required to consider NWAs when developing transmission or distribution construction plans?  Should utilities, particularly in deregulated markets, be permitted to own NWA infrastructure, and how should such infrastructure be functionalized?  If third parties are permitted to develop NWAs, what should the data sharing and procurement processes look like? 
 

Moderator:  
Panelists:

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM: Natural Gas and Alternative Energy Panel: Future of Natural Gas and Alternative Energy in Northeast

With some NE utilities no longer hooking up new gas customers and challenges to new natural gas pipeline infrastructure building in the NE, what does the future look like for gas and renewables?  This panel will provide insights.  

Moderator: 
Panelists:
 

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COMING SOON. 

info   REGISTRATION INFORMATION:

Registration includes program sessions, electronic attendee handouts, lunch, breakfast, breaks, and reception.

THE DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION IS May 15, 2019. Conference registrations will only be accepted when accompanied by a check, money order, government purchase order/training form or credit card information and may be limited by the capacity of the facilities. Registrations will not be held without payment.

EBA’s Northeast Chapter Annual Meeting pre-registration closes on June 11th. Thereafter, registrations can only be taken on-site at  the conference.

fees   REGISTRATION FEES:

  Regular

Member Attorney/Energy Professional  
Non-Member Attorney  
Member (Gov't/Academic/Govt EP)  
Non-Member (Gov't/Academic/Govt EP)  
Full Time Student (EBA Member)  
Multi-Registration Discount (4th person and beyond)  

 

*For firms registering 4 people or more, at the same time, EBA will provide you a group discounted registration rate of $305 per person for the 4th person and beyond. Applies to Private and Energy Professional members only. All attendees in the group must be members. Contact kwalecka@eba-net.org for more information. 

THREE WAYS TO REGISTER

1. Online REGISTER NOW

2.   Fax your completed REGISTRATION FORM with payment to EBA: (202) 833-5596

3.   Mail your REGISTRATION FORM  and payment to EBA, 2000 M St. NW, Suite 715, Washington, DC 20036

questions  POLICIES 

To learn more, please contact EBA,  (202) 223-5625 or by email at EBA@eba-net.org.

CANCELLATION POLICY:

Refunds will be given to registrants who submit written cancellation to the address shown on the registration form by 5/31/2019, less a $50 administrative fee. The cancellation policy also applies to registration forms that are received and accepted after the deadline date. No refunds will be given after 5/31/2019. If a cancellation is requested after the deadline and accepted, there will be a $100 administrative fee. Substitutions are acceptable anytime  (non-members substituting for members will be charged the difference between the member and non-member fees). Please note that regardless of the date the cancellation notice is received, no refunds will be processed until after the program. Confirmations will be sent to registrants via email if an address is provided.

SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS

Persons in need of special accommodation should inquire with Lisa Levine, Chief Executive Officer, llevine@eba-net.org at the EBA office.

EBA HARDSHIP POLICY

EBA offers eligible student, government, and academic members’ discounts on the rates for most EBA programs which carry CLE credits, including EBA’s Annual and Mid-Year meetings. EBA will, on a case-by-case basis, consider requests from members to attend EBA programs at discounted rates. Discount requests must be made to EBA’s office at least fifteen days prior to the close of regular registration for the program in question. Requests will be considered by EBA if timely and complete. Discount requests must demonstrate a substantial financial hardship. Please submit your request to llevine@eba-net.org.

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

The Energy Bar Association (“EBA”) is committed to the goals of fostering an inclusive and diverse membership and increasing diversity across all levels of the Association.  Attorneys and energy professionals in the energy field are welcome to join our ranks, regardless of race, creed, color, gender (including gender identity or expression), sexual orientation, family and marital status (including pregnancy), family responsibilities, religion, national origin, age, personal appearance, political affiliation, veterans status, disability, source of income (government, solo, corporate, firm practice), or place of residence or business (geographic diversity) and are encouraged to become active participants in the Association’s activities.

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By registering for this program, you authorize EBA to use any photographs taken of you during the event. Photographs may be used in promotional materials or stories that appear in professional publications and websites.

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