Northeast Eyes & Ears Winter 2024 RE-Fresh Webinar (Feb’24)

$79.00

SEA’s RE-Fresh Webinars are the Express Train: a 90-minute ride to get you up-to-speed – fast! – on recent clean energy developments in the Northeast. 

Too busy to keep up with the multitude of renewable energy developments recently? Have new staff focusing on clean energy in the Northeast U.S.? The Winter RE-Fresh Webinar will benefit both seasoned professionals and curious newcomers unpack recent renewable-energy happenings in the Northeast, and glean insight into the future renewable energy landscape.

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Description

On February 15, 2024, SEA’s expert Eyes & Ears staff held our first annual Northeast Eyes & Ears Winter RE-Fresh Webinar – a new accompaniment to our Summer RE-Fresh Webinars. The webinar included a Q&A panel, moderated by John Keene, where eight of our subject-matter experts discussed the major renewable energy regulatory, policy, wholesale market, and legislative developments in New England and New York over the past six months, and previewed our expectations for the months to come. From large-scale renewables to distributed generation, wholesale markets to supply & demand drivers—discussion covered how federal and state programs and policymakers are:

  • Shaping New Initiatives: We explored how the region is meeting aggressive greenhouse gas emission reduction and clean energy goals
  • Integrating Electricity Markets: We delved into how electricity markets are adapting to better integrate renewable energy
  • Addressing Project Development and Supply Chain Disruptions: We discussed how the industry is adapting to project development and supply chain disruptions

And much more! So, why wait? Refresh your knowledge and power up your understanding of renewable energy with this 90-minute webinar on the changing landscape of sustainable energy.

Additional information

Content Format

PDF, Recording

Product Type

Webinar

Year

2024

Region

New England, New York, Any

Topic

Policy