As a counter-narrative to the often-cited utility death spiral, the electrification of the heating and transportation sectors could present an opportunity for utilities and their private-sector counterparts to catalyze deep GHG reductions, reduce energy costs, and promote economic growth. However, a number of challenging questions must be explored in this transition to greater electrification. This panel brings together utility, regulator, and private-sector stakeholders to explore a number of questions that must be resolved and initiatives that could be pursued, to allow future industry developments towards increased electrification.
Join us for an engaging panel discussion on the future of electrification:
Thursday, November 15th
5:30 - 7:30 PM
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
1 Federal Street, Boston, MA 02110
|Michael Haggerty||David Farnsworth||David Lis||Lauren Regan||Carine Dumit
|Senior Associate, The Brattle Group||Senior Associate, The Regulatory Assistance Project||Director of Market Strategies, Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships||Lead Analyst US Strategy, National Grid||Senior Policy Advisor, Tesla|