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A Path Forward on Energy Policy

  • Date: October 27, 2015
  • Time: 10:00am–4:30pm
  • Location: New York University School of Law | 40 Washington Square South - Vanderbilt Hall, Greenberg Lounge | New York, NY

Major energy policy changes are on the horizon as U.S. policymakers grapple with climate change, fossil fuel trends, and shifting business models in the energy sector. States, cities, companies, and other groups around the country are finding innovative ways to rethink energy economics and alter the way we use energy. At our seventh annual fall conference, noted experts from government, the private sector, and academia will discuss what to expect as the energy landscape evolves.

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Event Highlights:

CHALLENGES AND EMERGING OPPORTUNITIES IN THE ENERGY SECTOR
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Steve Corneli, Senior Vice President for Policy and Strategy, NRG Energy

STATES RESHAPING THE ENERGY LANDSCAPE
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Richard Kauffman, Chairman of Energy and Finance for New York
David Littell, former commissioner of the Maine Public Utilities Commission; principal at the Regulatory Assistance Project; led Maine’s solar energy valuation initiative
Mary Nichols, Chairman of the California Air Resources Board
Moderator: Katrina Wyman, Sarah Herring Sorin Professor of Law, NYU School of Law

CARBON PRICING IN NEW CONTEXTS
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Paula DiPerna, Special Advisor, Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP)
Jonathan Koehn, Regional Sustainability Coordinator for Boulder, Colorado; helped implement the nation’s first voter-approved tax dedicated to addressing climate change
Julie Paquette, Director of Energy Management at Yale University; oversees university-wide Carbon Charge Project
Dan Sobrinski, Practice Leader, WSP Group; helped design and implement Microsoft’s carbon fee
Moderator: Kate Gordon, Vice Chair of Climate and Sustainable Urbanization, Paulson Institute

PARTISANSHIP AND ENERGY POLICY
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Bob Inglis, former Congressman from South Carolina; director of the Energy & Enterprise Initiative at George Mason University
In conversation with Amy Harder, Energy Reporter, Wall Street Journal