Connect with Thousands of Renewables Professionals from Around the World When the 3rd ANNUAL RETECH Returns to Washington D.C. Washington D.C. | September 20-22, 2011 Walter E. Washington Convention Centerc/o TradeFair Group, Inc.11000 Richmond, Suite 690Houston, TX 77042 It’s All Covered! Bioenergy. Wind. Solar. Hydro. Geothermal. Waste. Ocean. ❯❯ Register by August 5th to SAVE $100* at www.retech2011.com *Use code GRID1 — for a discount on full conference registration only. REGISTER NOW with code GRID1 to SAVE $100! Washington D.C. | September 20-22, 2011 Walter E. Washington Convention Center www.retech2011.com hosted By: Organized By: Member of the International Buyer Program: No Other Renewables Event Connects You with More Utility and Government Leaders than RETECH More than 200 exhibits. Over 250 speakers. 40+ Sessions.
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Schedule of Events* Monday, September 19, 2011 ADDITIONAL SPONSORS 1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. Pre-Conference Workshops 5:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m. international Reception Refreshment Break Sponsor Tuesday, September 20, 2011 7:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m. Exhibit hall Move-in 7:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m. Registration open 8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. aCoRE Member Meetings 12:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m. aCoRE Member Luncheon Strategic 12:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m. Exhibit hall open Communications Sponsor 2:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m. Keynote/Executive Roundtable in Exhibit hall 6:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m. opening Reception honoring aCoRE’s 10th anniversary in Exhibit hall Conference Sessions Water Stations Sponsor Wednesday, September 21, 2011 7:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Registration open 8:30 a.m.–10:00 a.m. Conference sessions 10:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m. Refreshment Break in Exhibit hall 10:00 a.m.– 5:30 p.m. Exhibit hall open 11:00 a.m.– 12:30 p.m. Conference sessions General Advertising 12:30 p.m.– 2:00 p.m. Luncheon in Exhibit hall Sponsor Sponsor & side Events 2:00 p.m.– 3:30 p.m. Conference sessions 3:30 p.m.– 5:30 p.m. REtECh happy hour/Day-two Reception Side Event Thursday, September 22, 2011 Sponsor 7:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Registration open 8:30 a.m.–10:00 a.m. Conference sessions 10:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m. Refreshment Break in Exhibit hall 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Exhibit hall open 11:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Conference sessions 12:30 p.m.–2:00 p.m. Luncheon in the Exhibit hall HTML 2:00 p.m.– 3:30 p.m. Conference sessions Sponsor: * Subject to ChangeUse code GRID1 – for a discount on full conference registration only
ACORE Member Day aCoRE invites its members to participate in Member Day at REtECh 2011. Member Day will be held tuesday, september 20th at the Washington Convention Center and will consist of Program and Working group meetings, along with an annual Member Luncheon and a special 10th Year anniversary Reception. aCoRE members are encouraged to participate in any of the meetings onsite and take advantage of the discussions, brainstorming and networking opportunities.Schedule of eventS AcoRe MeMBeR dAYtuesday, September 20, 2011 hIGhlIGhtS:8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. ❯ Meet aCoRE staffBiomass Coordinating Council Meeting (Part i) ❯ Plug into Programs and Working8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. groupsinternational Working group ❯ garner up to date analysis,Renewable Energy, green Building & Energy Efficiency Working group information and statistics on theRenewable Energy Finance & investment Working group domestic and international industry10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. ❯ network with aCoRE’s 500 memberBiomass Coordinating Council Meeting (Part ii) organizationsCommunications Committee Meetinghigher Education Working group ❯ Participate in the annual MemberUs-China Program Day LuncheonUtility Working group ❯ Celebrate aCoRE’s 10th anniversary12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. at the REtECh 2011 openingaCoRE Member Day Luncheon Reception2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.opening Keynotes (Exhibit hall) For more information, please contact6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Tom Weirich, Membership,REtECh 2011 opening Reception honoring aCoRE’s at: 202-393-0001 x7582, email@example.com anniversary (Exhibit hall)
Executive Roundtableexecutive Roundtable: Renewable energy from the utility PerspectiveTuesday, September 20 - 4:00 PM - 6:00 PMPower generation is now a mix of sources that includes both fossil and renewable fuels. the past fewyears have seen many changes in that mix through a variety of drivers, including regulation pricing, sit-ing and transmission constraints. Current events such as the congressional balance of power, nuclearchallenges in Japan, and turmoil in the Middle East make the business of operating a power generationcompany more challenging than ever.today, electric utilities must navigate through a complex landscape of regulations and keep a lookoutfor price volatility as they meet consumer energy demand of customers. aging power plants, a shiftinglandscape for fuel costs and public opinion add further complexity to this landscape. Competing priori-ties of state and federal mandates and the needs of shareholders and customers also contribute to thechallenge of creating a clear vision of the best path forward.Moderator: Bryan Hannegan, Vice President, Environment and Renewables, Electric Power Research institute (EPRi)Panelists: Diana Drysdale, Daniel Foley, Vice President - CEo, aCCiona Renewables, PsEg Energy north Energy holdings america Corp. Anda Ray, senior Greg Wolf, Vice President, President, tennessee Valley Duke Energy authority RenewablesAlso invited are representatives from NRG Energy and Vatten Fall
Conference Grid RETECH 2011 Business ConferencePre-Conference Workshops Monday, september 19 - 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm(additional Fee required to attend these workshops)Biomass & nano technology advancing higher Education/Future Workforce Us-China Renewable Energy Private sectorRenewable Energy CollaborationaCoRE Member Meetings & Luncheon: tuesday, september 20th - 8:30 am - 2:00 pmKeynote and Executive Roundtable: tuesday, september 20th - 2:00 pm - 6:00 pmopening Reception honoring aCoRE’s 10th anniversary: tuesday, september 20th - 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmWed. september 21 Wed. september 21 Wed. september 21 thur. september 22 thur. september 22 thur. september 22Morning Mid Morning afternoon Morning Mid Morning afternoon8:30 am - 10:00 am 11:00 am -12:30 pm 2:00 pm -3:30 pm 8:30 am -10:00 am 11:00 am -12:30 pm 1:30 pm -3:30 pmTrack A: Strategic Industry Market Trends and Issues in Policy Public Affairssession a1 - Energy session a2 - global session a3 - Business session a4 - strategic session a5 - Renew- session a6 - strategiesoulook Markets and opportunities in Collaboration - natural able Energy Ecosys- for the adoption of Competition Developing Countries gas and Renewable tem Collaboration For Renewable Energy Energy achieving opera- tional ExcellenceTrack B: US Federal/State/Local Policies, Programs and Perspectives on Renewable Energysession B1 - Update session B2 - state session B3 - state session B4 - U.s. session B5 - Depart- B6: national andon Federal Regulations Policies Cross- Reports Department of Energy ment of Defense Energy security in theand Programs Cutting issues technology Programs Programs americas PanelTrack C: Renewable Energy Power Generation Technologysession C1 - solar session C2 - Wind session C3 - solar PV session C4 - session C5 - hydro/ session C6 - Biomassthermal Electric geothermal tidal/Wave Power and thermal; Biogas, and Waste to EnergyTrack D: Innovations in Fuels, Transportation, Efficiency, and Technologysession D1 - session D2 - session D3 - Clean session D4 - advanced session D5 - Energy session D6 - smartConventional Biofuels advanced Fuels transportation Materials and Efficiency and green grid and informationapplication Chemicals Buildings technologyTrack E: Transmission and Grid Integrationsession E1 - session E2 - storage session E3 - Util- session E4 - siting, session E5 - Market session E6 - Renew-transmission and grid ity Perspective on RE Permitting and Demand and Con- able Energy and theintegration integration Environmental issues sumer Value smart gridTrack F: Renewable Energy Investment and Financingsession F1 - session F2 - small session F3 - Project session F4 - Where is session F5 - M&a, session F6 -government Finance Project/ innovative Finance: source and VC/PE going? iPos and strategic international Financing structures transaction DevelopmentTrack G: International Trade in Renewable Energysession g1 - global session g2 - oppor- session g3 - session g4 - ExcellenceRenewable Energy tunities for Foreign opportunities for Us in internationalBest Practices Driving Companies Within the Companies in overseas Business Partneringindustry Regions of the Usa Markets tues., september 20 Wed., september 21 thur., september 22 Exhibit hours 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm 10:00 am - 5:30 pm 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Register by August 5th to Save $100* at www.retech2011.com
Business Conference Outline track A: Strategic Industry Session A4: Strategic Session A6: Strategies for the Market trends and Issues in collaboration - natural Gas & Adoption of Renewable energy Policy Public Affairs Renewable energy 09/22/2011 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM 09/22/2011 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM sustainability is a major priority for govern- Session A1: energy outlook the combination of renewable energy and ments, schools, and businesses concerned 09/21/2011 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM natural gas holds great promise for a more about the rising demand for energy, un- global and U.s. renewable energy genera- diverse power supply, grid reliability and the stable fuel prices, uncertain energy security, tion continues to grow at an impressive rate. potential to reduce the environmental impact and the threat of global climate change. inte- the Eia is predicting that the percentage of of energy use. natural gas addresses intermit- grated strategies hold great promise for suc- U.s. electricity produced by non-hydro re- tency and variability while renewables ad- cess. in many cases, on-site renewable en- newable energy sources will increase from dress price volatility. this session will review ergy facilities can be financed through cost 4% in 2009 to 12.3% in 2030. this panel will the ways a strategic collaboration can benefit savings from energy efficiency measures. discuss the energy outlook from a global the growth of the use of renewable energy this panel will discuss ways to “connect the and U.s. energy context focusing on power and gas as part of the U.s. energy mix. dots” between sustainability strategies and and transportation markets. Chair: todd Foley, senior Vice President, solutions to deliver economic, financial and Chair: Marcus schmidt, Director, germany Policy & government Relations, performance requirements. trade and invest american Council on Renewable Energy Chair: John ganzi, President, Environment Co-Chair: Keith Curtis, senior Energy (aCoRE) Finance advisor, office of international operations, Co-Chair: skip horvath, President, natural Cs/ita, U.s. Department of Commerce gas supply association track B: u.S. federal/State/ Session A2: Global Markets and Session A5: Renewable energy local Policies, Programs competition ecosystem collaboration for and Perspectives on 09/21/2011 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Achieving operational excellence Renewable energy the market and opportunity for renewable 09/22/2011 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Session B1: update on federal energy is global. nations around the world no matter how innovative a new product Regulations and Programs are investing and competition is increasing. idea or how great the promise of new jobs, this session will give a global overview and 09/21/2011 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM if companies cannot fully master their op- address key factors influencing the direction erational practices and achieve their over- this session will feature briefings by senior of the global market, the renewable energy all business goals, their success rate will officials from federal agencies who have business environment, sustainability of poli- diminish. as firms are dedicated to solving been key players in working in the obama cy, and grid integration. environmental problems, it is important administration to assist in the development, Chair: Lisa Frantzis, Managing Director, that they implement sustainable features financing and scale up of renewable energy. navigant Consulting throughout the full value chain. Panel the session will also feature an industry re- participants will examine the multiple op- sponse from a senior market player. Co-Chair: Paul adler, Director, Market Development, australian trade Commission erational challenges that renewable en- Chair: todd Foley, senior Vice President, Poli- ergy companies in the U.s. face in a fiercely cy & government Relations, american Coun- Session A3: Business competitive global marketplace. the speak- cil on Renewable Energy (aCoRE) opportunities in developing ers will discuss the roles that government agencies, investment firms, and renewable Session B2: State Policies - countries energy companies and their corporate cross-cutting Issues 09/21/2011 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM partners can play in helping companies 09/21/2011 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM this session will discuss the opportunities achieve operational excellence in moving state leadership and policies led the devel- to deploy renewable energy in developing quality, game-changing renewable energy opment and acceleration of the U.s. renew- countries, to bring modern energy services products to market as quickly as possible. able energy market. going forward, state to people therein, and to address climate Chair: Joshua Bar-Lev, Consultant, policies, complemented by important fed- change. Many models for delivery have Brightsource eral policies and incentives, remain vitally been explored and tested. this session will important to scale up of the U.s. renewable explore the state of renewable energy de- energy market. this panel of experts will ex- ployment around the world with emphasis plore a host of cross-cutting issues influenc- on asia, Europe and the americas. ing the scale and pace of U.s. market growth. Chair: Craig o`Connor, Director, office of Moderator: Peter asmus, senior analyst, Renewable Energy & Environmental Exports, Pike Research Export-import Bank of the United states Co-Chair: John Moran, Chief of staff, overseas Private investment Corporation (oPiC)Use code GRID1 – for a discount on full conference registration only
Business ConfeSession B3: State Reports concept of quantifying the full range of ex- that could result in the creation of hundreds09/21/2011 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM ternalities in determining the fully-loaded of thousands of jobs. costs of energy in any particular use. the fo- Chair: Laurence greene, Director of Pub-Renewable energy policy champions and cus of this panel is to explore the possibility lic Policy north america, aCCiona Energyinnovative programs at the state level have of a collaborative effort between the U.s. de- north america Corp.paved the way for U.s. market growth. this fense establishment with their counterpartssession will feature presentations by re- in Latin america and the Caribbean, and to Session c3: Solarnewable energy champions on the best of incorporate these efforts into the Energy and 09/21/2011 2:00 PM - 3:30 PMU.s. state programs including key features Climate Partnership of the americas. Photovolatic (PV) markets are increasingof effective renewable energy standards,incentives and other measures driving in- Chair: Richard andres, senior Research Fel- around the world, but production capacityvestment, energy diversity and economic low, Center for strategic Research, Energy is increasing even faster, causing a price wardevelopment. and Environemtal security - national Defense and tremendous competative changes. gridChair: Pat Wood, iii, Principal, Wood3 Co-Chair: tom Morehouse, Principal Deputy parity is here today in many locations andResources Director, operational Energy Plans and Pro- is spreading. the market has turned to 50 grams - army (invited) MW to 2 gW scale projects. PV is becoming aSession B4: u.S. department of multi-billion dollar global industry. this ses-energy technology Programs sion will review the state of PV technology, track c: Renewable energy markets, industry, finance, and policy.09/22/2011 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM Power Generation technology Chair: shannon graham, associate Director,the U.s. Department of Energy continues to Session c1: Solar thermal electric navigant Consultingplay a central role in the development of theU.s. renewable energy industry and market. 09/21/2011 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM Session c4: Geothermalthis support runs the gamut from innova- Concentrated solar Power (CsP), also known 09/22/2011 8:30 AM - 10:00 AMtive and near-commercial R&D, assistance to as solar thermal Energy (stE), is a technologystate markets, important finance programs Leading geothermal companies will present for harnessing solar energy for thermal ener- the status and outlook for geothermal powerto grid integration of renewable energy and gy (heat). While only 600 megawatts of solarenabling technologies. this panel will feature generation, including technology develop- thermal power is up and running worldwide ments and key barriers.an update on these important programs and in october 2009, another 400 megawattsinitiatives. Chair: Paul thomsen, Public Policy Manager, is under construction and there are 14,000Chair: Kelly Carnes, CEo, techVision 21 ormat megawatts of additional Concentrating so- lar thermal (Cst) projects being developed. Co-Chair: Karl gawell, Executive Director, gEaSession B5: u.S. department of Development is constrained by siting issues,defense Programs transmission requirements, and questions Session c5: hydro/tidal/Wave09/22/2011 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM on financing with and without federal loan 09/22/2011 11:00 AM - 12:30 PMthe U.s. Department of Defense has histori- guarantees. this panel, composed of leading this session will cover the vast growth as-cally played a role in technology innovation CsP executives, will discuss the outlook for sociated with america’s largest renewablein support of its mission. often this has led to CsP/stE in the U.s. and the challenges and resource. it will present the state of hydro,important spin-off opportunities and civilian opportunities awaiting them in 2011-12. tidal and wave power and examine the tech-market development. the DoD is engaged in Chair: Frederick Morse, President, Morse as- nology, projects, outlook and define barriersa host of initiatives to use or explore the role sociates to future development.of renewable energy to achieve critical na- Chair: norm Bishop, senior VP hydroelectrictional security, operational and expedition- Session c2: Wind and Renewable Energy, Knight Piesold & Co.ary objectives. this session will feature how 09/21/2011 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Co-Chair: Linda Church Ciocci, Executivethe use of renewable energy is being applied Wind power markets continue to grow Director, national hydropower associationto meet these objectives. around the world. China is the new dominantChair: Jonathan Powers, special advisor, of- manufacturing center. this session will review Session c6: Biomass Power andfice of the assistant secretary of the army - the state of wind power technology, markets, thermal; Biogas, and Waste toinstallations, Energy and Environment industry, finance, and policy. hear from the energy CEos of the leading global wind companies 09/22/2011 1:30 PM - 3:00 PMB6: national and energy Security as they discuss future growth projection, the Biomass continues to grow as a viable re-in the Americas Panel impact of government programs on their in- newable energy power source, particularly in09/22/2011 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM dustry, national security and environment. regions rich in these resources. this sessionthe U.s. Department of Defense and the specific topics to be addressed include, the will review the state of biomass fuel supply,military services have taken the lead within Production tax Credit (PtC), Renewable Elec- power projects, industry, finance, policy andthe federal government in embracing en- tricity standard (REs), federal agency support air quality ramifications. the panel, made upergy efficiency and renewable energy to for siting wind power projects and transmis- of experts in this sector, will explore the pow-cost-effectively meet their needs in deployed sion lines, and their views on transmission and er and non-power benefits of biomass andareas, combat missions, and bases here in storage. they will also discuss their manufac- define opportunities and challenges facingthe United states. they have embraced the turing strategies and whether the U.s. can be- future development. come a hub for wind turbine manufacturing Register by August 5th to Save $100* at www.retech2011.com
erence Outline Chair: Bob Cleaves, President & CEo, Biomass Session d4: Advanced Materials track e: transmission and Power association and chemicals Grid Integration Co-Chair: Kyle gibeault, Ex Director, Biomass 09/22/2011 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM thermal Energy Council this session will provide an overview of the Session e1: transmission and Grid uses of advanced materials and chemicals in Integration the renewable energy sector as manufactur- 09/21/2011 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM track d: Innovations in fuels, ers explore next generation materials to de- transmission constraints exist throughout the transportation, efficiency, liver the newest generation products. topics U.s. as utilities and communities grapple with and technology to be covered include bio based chemicals, moving power from renewable sources from synthetic fuels, new composite materials, rare many points of production, often in rural areas, Session d1: conventional Biofuels earth materials, and nanotechnology. to urban load growth centers. the continued Application Chair: Elizabeth Porter, acting VP, Corporate Engi- growth and variability of renewable power neering & technology, Lockheed Martin sources creates additional challenges for effec- 09/21/2011 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM Co-Chair: Rina singh, Ph.D., Director, Policy in- tive grid integration and transmission. this pan- the biofuels industry continues to undergo a el will address how the industry is addressing period of record growth and turbulence, buf- dustrial Biotechnology & Environmental, Bio | Biotechnology industry organization these challenges and will focus on ways to help feted by surging oil prices, agricultural com- advance renewable energy and accelerate its modity prices, and the financial crisis. the U.s. Session d5: energy efficiency and integration into the nation’s electric grid. corn-based ethanol industry is in a consolida- tion phase, while the ag feedstock-based bio- Green Buildings Chair: Daniel Brooks, system studies Manag- 09/22/2011 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM er, Electric Power Research institute diesel industry is struggling and the waste- based biofuels sector is holding its own. this Panelists will discuss innovations in energy ef- Co-Chair: Mike Kormos, sr. VP operations, session will cover the status and outlook on ficiency and green building technologies and PJM interconnection the conventional ethanol and biodiesel sec- the utilization of such technologies in the ad- tors in the U.s. and abroad. vancement toward more sustainable future. Session e2: Storage specific topics to be covered include smart 09/21/2011 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Chair: Doug Durante, Executive Director, Clean Fuels Development Coalition appliances, hVaC systems, LEED certification People are realizing that there is tremendous and other sustainability indices, energy man- waste with a simple grid with excess capacity, Session d2: Advanced fuels agement, and architecture. and an inability to accommodate intermittent 09/21/2011 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Chair: Bob Dixon, sr. Vice President & global sources like wind and solar. a key to improv- head Efficiency and sustainability, siemens ing efficiency is energy storage. this session there are massive investments in cellulosic Building technology will highlight the situation today and forecast ethanol technology by the government and how rapidly storage technologies will im- private sector, and high expectations for this Co-Chair: scot horst, senior Vice President, prove efficiency and reliability. specific tech- sector to meet or exceed the Renewable Fuels LEED (UsgBC) nologies to be explored include batteries; fuel standard (RFs) goals. Likewise, large invest- Session d6: Smart Grid and cells and hydrogen and caves and pumped ments are being placed in algae production storage. Cost recovery and investment values for biodiesels. these future biofuel technolo- Information technology for each of these will also be explored. gies are the key to a true scale-up. this session 09/22/2011 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM will include presentations on the status and Chair: Ruth Cox, President and Executive Direc- Exploring the intersection of information tech- tor, Fuel Cell & hydrogen Energy association direction of the advanced biofuels sector. nology and renewable energy. topics to be ex- Co-Chair: Brooke Coleman, Director, new plored include smart grid, grid security, cyber Session e3: utilities Perspective on Fuels alliance security, visualization technology, tracking the Renewable energy Integration Co-Chair: Mike Mcadams, President, supply chain of renewables into the grid, cus- 09/21/2011 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM advanced Biofuels association tomer interface and switch technology, data management, storage and analytics in this session, leaders of electric utilities will Session d3: clean transportation Chair: alex Meynardi, Managing Principal, share their perspectives and experiences with 09/21/2011 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM integration of renewable energy. What chal- Verizon lenges have utilities experienced in their ef- Exploring market readiness and how ad- forts to meet renewable energy mandates vancements and innovation in materials, while dealing with delivery? What lessons fuels, operations and business models can have they learned, and what are the goals lead to a clean, efficient transportation future. moving forward? this session will explore topics to be covered include status of the these questions and more through a panel adoption by different market segments, fuel discussion amongst representatives from sev- technologies, operations, business models, eral leading electric utilities. and materials as well as existing gaps. Chair: owen smith, Managing Director, Duke Chair: Richard anderson, senior Director, Energy nextEra Energy Resources Co-Chair: Joe Donovan, Partner, nelson Mullins Moderator: Richard McMahon, Vice President, Edison Electric institute Use code GRID1 – for a discount on full conference registration only
Business ConfeSession e4: Siting, Permitting & Session e6: Renewable energy & the Session f4: Where is vc/Pe Going?environmental Issues Smart Grid 09/22/2011 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM09/22/2011 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM 09/22/2011 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM Venture Capital / Private Equity have played a keythe siting of renewable energy projects can pres- Learn how a smarter grid can significantly enhance role in renewable energy project financing. thisent a variety of challenges ranging from remote renewable energy deployment--from grid scale session will explore investment trends and sectors/locations, to a sensitive environment to public geothermal, biomass, and wind, to distributed en- technologies currently of interest to these inves-opposition. Facility developers, property owners ergy sources like rooftop solar and fuel cells. smart tors; what are VC/PE investors looking for in evalu-and their teams often also face navigating a bat- grid technologies can measure and verify gen- ating investment opportunities in the sector; howtleground between federal, state and sometimes eration, balance resources and load, and enable much technology risk is “too much”; what is PE’slocal authorities to obtain siting and permitting renewable sources to achieve maximum partici- role in the life cycle of a company; and is there stillapproval. this panel will examine and offer in- pation in energy markets. Case studies of existing a “valley of death?”sights regarding the factors involved in selecting projects will be presented, along with exploration Chair: Ken Locklin, Managing Director, impaxa facility site, appropriate siting and permitting of emerging technologies, demand response, asset Management LLCbodies, and environmental issues impacting per- managing customer expectations, and integration.mits for renewable energy facilities. specific top- Chair: Katherine hamilton, Director, Quinn gil- Session f5: M&A, IPos and Strategicics to be addressed include state and federal reg- lespie & associates transactionulatory processes; example of best management 09/22/2011 11:00 AM - 12:30 PMpractices; unexpected roadblocks; environmental our panelists will examine later-stage investing inimpact assessments; and impact mitigation strat- track f: Renewable energy renewable energy projects. they will discuss suchegies such as habitat Banking. Investment and financing topics as building a renewable energy business viaChair: Mark safty, Chair, Energy & infrastruc- merger or acquisition; evaluate the state of the iPoture, holland & hart Session f1: Government finance market; examine the evolving perspectives of a fi- 09/21/2011 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM nancial or strategic partner for renewable energySession e5: Smart Meters Discussion of existing clean energy policies: projects; and look at “roll up” or “roll out” strategiesand customer engagement - what is working and not working; any new poli- for investors.opportunities not Realized? cies under consideration; what would encour- Chair: todd Coles, Practice group Leader,09/22/2011 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM age investment and facilitate financing; gov- troutman sanders ernment incentives and guarantees.smart meters offer a range of new opportunitiesfor smart energy management and consumer en- Chair: neil auerbach, Managing Partner, hud- Session f6: Internationalgagement in both the residential and commercial son Clean Energy Partners developmentsectors. Most of these opportunities, however, are Co-Chair: Ed Feo, Managing Partner, UsRg Re- 09/22/2011 1:30 PM - 3:30 PMnot being realized. Research on residential feed- newable Finance Many countries are moving renewable energy de-back initiatives has shown that feedback is an velopment into the mainstream through national,effective mechanism for raising consumer aware- Session f2: Small Project/Innovative sub-national, economic, political or trade mecha-ness of energy consumption patterns, reducing financing nisms. this session will cover issues like foreign in-electricity use, and engaging consumers in en- 09/21/2011 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM vestor trends and drivers, facilitating internationalergy management decisions. Realizing feedback small scale, distributed energy and energy effi- investment and project development and ben-benefits may be accelerated through the applica- ciency projects have faced challenges to attain- efiting from globalization.tion of new online home energy services that use ing financing. this session discusses both tried Chair: Judy siegel, President, Energy & securityhome area networks and broadband services to and tested models and structures and innova- groupprovide consumers with feedback, information, tive financing options.and links to services in tandem with - or in place Co-Chair: Lynn tabernacki, senior Manager- Chair: scott Fisher, Director, Policy Coordina- Renewable Energy and Environmental Finance,of -- smart meters. this session will explore con- tion and Management, nRg Energy oPiCsumer perceptions and market opportunities forhome energy management. Session f3: Project finance: SourcesChair: Karen Ehrhardt-Martinez, senior Research and Structuresassociate, Renewable and sustainable Energy 09/21/2011 2:00 PM - 3:30 PMinstitute University of Colorado this session will review the state of project financing in renewable energy and discuss identifying, attracting and structuring debt for your projects; the evolution of debt financ- ing; the tax equity markets; and the status of Federal incentive programs. Chair: Chris groobey, Partner, Project Develop- ment & Finance Energy & Clean technology Corp. Finance, Wilson sonsini goodrich & Rosati, P.C. Co-Chair: Matt Ferguson, Principal, Reznick group Register by August 5th to Save $100* at www.retech2011.com
erence Outline track G: International trade in Renewable energy Supporting Organizations Session G1: Global Renewable energy Best Practices driving Industry 09/21/2011 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM on Exhibit Floor this session will explore how policy and atti- tudes can create new opportunities for industry and can foster effectiveness and competitive- ness in the global market. Chair: Mary Paul smith Jespersen, sr. Commercial advisor, Royal Danish Embassy Session G2: opportunities for foreign companies Within the Regions of the uSA 09/21/2011 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM on Exhibit Floor the panel highlights incentives and programs offered by U.s. regions and states to attract foreign businesses in renewable energy and related fields. Media Sponsors Chair: Val Kogan, President, Mid-atlantic - Rus- sia Business Council Session G3: opportunities for u.S. companies in overseas Markets 09/21/2011 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM on Exhibit Floor in light of the domestic economic downturn various companies are seeking new and emerging markets. in this panel, foreign experts and trade officials pres- ent incentives and opportunities to attract various companies to overseas markets. ® Chair: Elisabeth Lord-stuart, operations Director, U.s.-algeria Business Council Moderator: Ryan hollowell, international trade specialist, U.s. Department of Commerce Session G4: excellence in International Business Partnering www.renewableenergyfocus.com Science • Innovation • Market 09/22/2011 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM on Exhibit Floor this panel features business leaders discussing creative business partnering to reach new mar- kets and new formulas for private-public part- nering in the renewable energy market. Moderator: sarah Fitts, Partner, Debevoise & Exclusive Washington Plimpton LLP Media PartnerUse code GRID1 – for a discount on full conference registration only
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