Pierce Atwood's Energy Infrastructure Team hosted its Second Annual Energy Infrastructure Symposium on October 4, 2018, at The Langham Hotel. The event provided a venue for regulators, industry leaders, service providers, and interested parties to come together and address the opportunities and challenges in developing energy infrastructure projects in the Northeast. Attendees gathered to hear from panelists and speakers that play key roles in responding to the region's increasing demand for clean, reliable, low-cost energy, and the development of natural gas and renewable generation infrastructure to meet that demand.
Richard Glick, Commissioner, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Richard Kauffman, Chairman of Energy and Finance for New York (Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo)
Gordon van Welie, Chief Executive Officer and President, ISO New England Inc.
The Northeast’s Demand for Clean Energy: Policymakers Panel Speaker affiliations: Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs - Massachusetts, Office of Energy Resources - Rhode Island
Creative Financing Solutions for Renewable Projects and End-use Customers in the Northeast Speaker affiliations: Great Bay Renewables, Novogradac & Company LLP, Pierce Atwood LLP
Does the Northeast Need Additional Gas Infrastructure and if There is a Need, Can the Infrastructure be Financed, Constructed and Built? Speaker affiliations: Eversource Energy, Liberty Energy Trust, TRC, Union of Unconcerned Scientists
If Not Gas Infrastructure, Then What? And How? Speaker affiliations: EDP Renewables, Ørsted North America Inc., Pierce Atwood LLP, TRC