Workshops

Participate in these additional 101 workshops at RE+ Northeast

(Workshop registration is independent of full conference or expo hall registration)

WHAT: Introduction to Distributed Energy Resources
DATE: Tuesday, February 22, 2022
TIME: 9:30 am - 11:30 am
PRICE: $145  SEIA/SEPA Members | $195 Non-members
(can be bundled with Introduction to Carbon Reduction for $195 SEIA/SEPA members | $245 Non-members)

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DERs are increasingly becoming part of the utility planning landscape. This session will investigate the growing number of market opportunities that have been driven by a growing number of relevant new technologies, as well as both federal and state-level policies and regulatory decisions.  Additionally, this session will identify the necessary technical grid modernization efforts to increase DER deployment into the utility planning process.


WHAT: Introduction to Carbon Reduction
DATE: Tuesday, February 22, 2022
TIME: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
PRICE: $145 SEIA/SEPA Members | $195 Non-members
(can be bundled with
Introduction to Distributed Energy Resources for $195 SEIA/SEPA members | $245 Non-members)

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The statement “we want to be carbon-free by year x,” is so simple in the saying, and so utterly complex in the doing, as we push carbon-intensive generation resources to the side and replace them with an entirely new ecosystem of resources that sit on both sides of the meter.  This course will dig into the fundamentals behind the challenges and opportunities of integrating significant levels of variable renewable generating resources, such as wind and solar, as well as energy storage into our grid.


WHAT: Rate Design 101
DATE: Tuesday, February 22, 2022
TIME: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
PRICE: $25 SEIA/SEPA Members | $40 Non-members

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Learn the basics of rate design. This session will provide a general overview of the rate design process, and will include the fundamentals of how the process works, how rates are calculated, evolving innovations and challenges to the energy industry.

Upon completing the workshop, attendees will be able to:

  • Describe the rate design process.
  • Define common terms.
  • Explain common misconceptions and friction points.
  • Identify evolving trends and innovations in the space.

Presented by:

  • Janet Gail Besser, Vice President of Regulatory and Business Innovation, SEPA
  • Kevin Lucas, Senior Director of Utility Regulation and Policy, SEIA

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