Energy Infrastructure Symposium 2022

May 12: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Fairmont Copley Plaza
138 St. James Ave
Boston, MA 02116
United States

The Pierce Atwood Energy Infrastructure Team hosted its Energy Infrastructure Symposium on Thursday, May 12. Guests gathered to hear from  speakers with knowledge and insight on New England's current energy infrastructure opportunities and challenges, their implications for the region and the energy industry, and what we're likely to experience in coming years.

Pierce Atwood partners Kris Eimicke and Sarah Tracy emcee'd the event. Firm partners Richard Novak, Merrill Kramer, Jared des Rosiers,  Valerie Green, and Nicholas Gladd moderated the panels, and partner Andrew Kaplan served as a panelist. Additionally,  Andrew Kaplan and Nicholas Gladd introduced our keynote speakers, Undersecretary of Energy, Judy Chang, Mass. Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs and  Commissioner, Allison Clements, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, respectively. 


Keynote Speakers
  • Judy Chang, Undersecretary of Energy, Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs
  • Allison Clements, Commissioner, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
  • Offshore Wind and Associated Infrastructure in New England

    • Speaker affiliations: Ørsted, Levitan & Associates, Inc., and Pierce Atwood

  • Case Study: Developments in Storage

    • Speaker affiliations: Broad Reach Power, Plus Power, and Pierce Atwood
  • Case Study: Developments in Transmission

    • Speaker affiliations: Avangrid, Inc. and Pierce Atwood
  • Cleaner Carbon Thermal Resources: Renewable Natural Gas, Responsibly Sourced Natural Gas and Hydrogen

    • Speaker affiliations: Ameresco, National Grid, Project Canary, Edison Electric Institute, and Pierce Atwood
  • The New Revenue Model: How Electricity Markets Can Support More Reliable, Clean Electricity Products

    • Speaker affiliations: Brookfield Renewable Energy Group, Vistra Corp., and Pierce Atwood
Conference Materials