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WilmerHale Conference: Women in Energy and Infrastructure—Powering the Future

November 29, 2018 @ 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Join us for the second annual Women in Energy and Infrastructure—Powering the Future conference. This event will provide a forum for women thought leaders from government, industry and non-governmental organizations to discuss a host of issues impacting energy and infrastructure in the United States. Sessions will include senior government and private sector perspectives on federal reforms, trends and projections across the sectors, state vs. federal roles in policy and regulation, internal investigations and compliance improvements, and insights from the C-suite. All guests are invited to a networking dinner Wednesday, November 28 on the eve of the conference. Please contact Savannah... [more]

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2nd Annual Energy Storage Conference: Market Trends, Opportunities, and Developments for Global Storage Projects

November 29, 2018 @ 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Presenters: William M. Keyser , David P. Hattery , Elias B. Hinckley , James R. Wrathall , William H. Holmes , David L. Benson Sponsors: ESA, EEI On November 29, 2018 for our Second Annual Energy Storage Conference. Join K&L Gates, the Energy Storage Association and the Edison Electric Institute for a day of insightful discussions with other leading energy storage professionals. Discussion topics will range from evolving market trends and ongoing developments in policy and finance to advancements in the global industry and how market participants can take advantage of these developments to successfully bring new projects online Agenda... [more]

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