Independent Power Producers of New York – Spring Conference 2021
Energy and environmental policy are at the forefront of New York’s push to build back better in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. With goals of 70 percent renewable generation by 2030 and a zero-emitting power sector by 2040 enshrined in law, this year’s Spring Conference will feature discussions on how to evolve our grid and revitalize our economy. Featuring keynote speaker FERC Chairman Richard Glick and two panel discussions: Achieving a Zero-Emissions Power Sector – A Discussion on Hydrogen, Carbon Capture & Other Enabling Technologies; and COVID-19 Impacts on the Energy Sector.
Texas Blackouts: Lesson Learned
Senior Fellow, Energy
R Street Institute
What happened in Texas and what can we learn about it here in New York? How is New York positioned to avoid the same type of crisis? R Street Institute Senior Fellow Beth Garza will discuss!
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