Events - Transmission and Power Markets
Kate Konschnik will speak at Carbon Pricing in Wholesale Energy Markets on March 3, 2020, at NYU's Washington, D.C., Campus.
As states advance their climate policies with ambitious clean energy targets, wholesale market operators are grappling with questions about if and how electricity markets should evolve as a response. Several ISO/RTOs are looking to change their market rules to include carbon pricing, but there is a diversity in approaches.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will host the seventh annual UNC Clean Tech Summit. The event convenes more than 1,000 students, business professionals, international speakers, policy members, and academics for two days of engagement to foster leadership, share new ideas, and bring growth opportunities to the Southeast’s clean tech economy. The Summit is co-hosted by the UNC Institute for the Environment and the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Jackson Ewing will moderate "Regional Cooperation to Build Asian Carbon Markets," a panel at the COP25 summit in Madrid, Spain.
This session seeks to highlight the latest developments in building carbon markets in Asia and regional cooperation between countries, and identify specific opportunities and benefits of further cooperation – covering Emission Trading Systems (ETSs), offset projects, and other potential cooperative avenues. Opening interventions from speakers will be followed by a moderated discussion involving the audience.
Senior Counsel for Federal Energy Policy Jennifer Chen will attend the Corporate Energy Series Americas conference in Miami, Florida, on November 19-20. She will participate in the panel discussion "Navigating the U.S. Markets’ Complexities and the Role of Utilities." The panel aims to educate stakeholders and decision makers on the potential for electricity markets to enable large customers to procure clean energy.
Kate Konschnik, Director of the Climate and Energy Program, will present "Left in the Dark: Power Outages in an Interconnected World" at the PrepTalks Symposium in Washington, DC on September 19, 2019.
PrepTalks are given by subject-matter experts and thought leaders to spread new ideas, spark conversation, and promote innovative leadership for the issues confronting emergency managers now and over the next 20 years.
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Join the Great Plains Institute and the Nicholas Institute at Duke University in Lexington, Kentucky as they present "States and RTOs in Changing Times: An Expert Stakeholder Workshop for States and Stakeholders in the PJM Region" on the important issues facing states and stakeholders in PJM in 2019.
Kate Konschnik, Director of the Climate & Energy Program at the Nicholas Institute, will present "Power Outages: Grid Reliability and Emergency Management" at FEMA PrepTalks: New Perspectives for Emergency Managers.
An Expert Stakeholder Workshop for States & Stakeholders in the PJM Region “Looking Ahead: Big Challenges for 2019”
Join the Great Plains Institute and Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions for an expert workshop for state officials and stakeholders exploring recent energy and environmental policy developments in the PJM region and the potential challenges in 2019.
Kate Konschnik, director of the Climate and Energy Program at Duke's Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will speak at PURPA @ 40: Renewable Energy Law and Policy in the United States, an event that explores the 40th anniversary of PURPA—one of the nation’s most important renewable energy statutes.
Join us for the workshop "States Moving Forward with Carbon Trading: the Nuts and Bolts of Linking State Programs," on Thursday, September 6, in Washington, D.C.