By mid-summer 2017, the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) is expected to release its 2020 storage procurement targets. The State of Charge report put forth a suite of policy recommendations designed to achieve 600 MW of storage by 2025. Setting an ambitious storage target will confirm the message of the report that Massachusetts is open for storage businesses.
At NECEC’s Emerging Trends Series Program, to be held on July 27, 2017, Pierce Atwood energy law partner Andrew Kaplan will join DOER Commissioner Judith Judson, Demand Energy Network's Vice President for Global Business Development Doug Staker, and Ambri CEO and President Phil Giudice to discuss the DOER’s storage target, its implications for the Commonwealth and national energy sector, and what it means for the industry at large. Pierce Atwood is pleased to host this event, which is expected to attract well over 100 attendees.
NECEC’s Emerging Trends Series are networking and educational events that discuss hot topics, growing markets, and emerging trends in the clean energy industry. According to its website, NECEC “helps clean energy companies start, scale, and succeed with its unique business, innovation and policy leadership.”