Renewable Energy Policy

Friday, April 26 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Location: Antigua A


Speakers


Description

  • A state’s renewable energy policies can go a long way toward spurring growth in renewable resources. For example, states with supportive frameworks, like California, New York, Massachusetts, and others, have seen a rapid increase in renewable power, while states that don’t provide incentives see little growth. This session will look at current and future drivers and inhibitors; provide state and federal policy updates; compare and contrast onshore and offshore wind; and show how rooftop solar is contributing to the distributed energy revolution.
  • Current and future drivers and inhibitors;
  • State vs federal policy update;
  • Onshore vs offshore wind;
  • Rooftop solar;


PRESENTATIONS INCLUDED (SPEAKERS LISTED ALPHABETICALLY, NOT IN PRESENTATION ORDER):
  • Expanding PV Value: Lessons Learned from Utility-led Distributed Energy Resource
    Jeff Cook, Renewable Energy Market and Policy Analyst, NREL

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