Eight Days in November
Fortnightly Magazine - November 2021
The utilities industry holds three of its most important conferences of the year over a seven-day period.
Memorable moments from the September 28 hybrid conference, including what was said there by NARUC President Paul Kjellander, PJM CEO Manu Asthana, Exelon Utilities CEO Calvin Butler, Pennsylvania PUC Chair Gladys Brown Dutrieuille, Maryland PSC Chair Jason Stanek, Illinois Commerce Commission Chair Carrie Zalewski, AGA CEO Karen Harbert, EPRI VP Neva Espinoza, New York PSC Commissioner Diane Burman, and Sierra Club D.C. Chapter Vice Chair Mark Rodeffer.
Jurisdiction and State Clean Energy Goals: This panel explored jurisdictional issues.
Electrification, Equity, and Cost-Effectiveness: This panel took a thorough look at electrification and its future in the clean energy movement.
Enjoy this look at what occurred at the hybrid Summit, for those who ventured out.
Memorable moments from the September 29 webinar on Steve Mitnick’s book “Women Leading Utilities, the Pioneers and Path to Today and Tomorrow,” including what was said there by CPS Energy CEO Paula Gold-Williams, Seattle City Light CEO Debra Smith, and American Municipal Power CEO Jolene Thompson.
Memorable vets at UGI, Dominion, and AEP discuss ERGs.
“We work with local neighborhoods, community-based organizations, and churches and communities of faith to build solar and other clean energy projects that help reduce energy burdens for people in the neighborhood and help to support local jobs.”
How can we make the supply chain for solar (presently largely offshore-based) more resilient?