Utility-Broadband Partnerships: Solving the Rural Broadband Access Problem
Confronting Climate Change Under FERC’s New Natural Gas Pipeline Policy Statements
Luncheon Session with FERC Commissioner Willie L. Philips
25 Years with Open Access and Order 888 - Where Are we Now, Who's Watching, and What is Needed Next?
An Introduction to FERC's Office of Public Participation
A Moving Target: Resilience Value and Metrics
wEDNESDAY, May 11, 2022 Sessions:
GENERAL SESSION: Energy Justice and Clean Energy Infrastructure: Tensions and Opportunities for Evolving Development Goals
State Commissioners & The Future of Energy
Transmission Interconnection Panel
Large-Scale Solar Siting: Regulatory and Land Use Considerations
The Challenges of Canada/US Cross-Border Transmission Projects, A Case Study of the Quebec/Massachusetts Export and Transmission Project
Closing General Session: CLOSING GENERAL SESSION: Challenges and Opportunities in a Decarbonized World
2022 Annual Meeting & Conference will be posted:
Recordings available at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1k41L-g-S3QHn5Ayaxk-wQ/videos
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