The New England-Canada Business Council (NECBC), which advances business, political, and cultural relationships between Canada and the United States, and helps members grow their cross-border professional networks, will be holding its 29th annual executive energy conference in Boston. Offered as both an in-person event and through online video links, the focus of this year’s conference is “Energy & Environmental Sustainability: Pathways to Transformation.”
Firm attorney John Gulliver will be moderating the session, “Setting the Stage: The Outlook for Building a Cleaner, More Secure, and Sustainable Energy System.” Scheduled panelists are:
- Gordon van Welie, President and CEO, ISO New England
- Bill Quinlan, President Transmission Services, Eversource Energy
- Rich Dewey, President, New York ISO
Energy partner Sarah Tracy will emcee and facilitate all of the sessions on day two.
Please visit NECBC for more information.
John Gulliver, a senior firm attorney, has more than 40 years of energy experience involving all elements of legal and regulatory power sector issues, having represented clients on a broad range of energy sector transactions, policy issues, financing, mergers and acquisitions, privatization, competition, and regulatory reform matters.
Energy partner Sarah Tracy advises energy generation facilities, large commercial energy users, and utilities with respect to state and federal energy regulatory issues throughout New England.