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Solar in the Tri-State Region: Where Should We Be Headed?
Wednesday, April 11, 2012 from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM (EDT)
New York, NY
A Panel Discussion with:
Managing Director of Regulatory Affairs, SunEdison
Director of Market Development, SunPower Corporation
Manager, State Regulatory Affairs, ConEdison
Christin A. Cifaldi
Manager, Clean Energy Deployment, Clean Energy Finance and Investment Authority (CT)
Jessie Feller, Energy Policy Program, Regional Plan Association
New Jersey is a national leader in adopting solar power, Connecticut has just passed new solar legislation and New York is looking at new solar program options. The tri-state region is well-positioned to become a national leader in solar energy. Leading solar thinkers from differing vantage points will discuss the economics behind various solar paths and discuss which solar policies make the most sense for the region.
Regional Plan Association’s Energy Policy Program
NYC ACRE @ NYU Poly
For press inquiries, please contact Jessie Feller, firstname.lastname@example.org or 917-546-4319.
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Regional Plan Association's Energy Policy Program
Regional Plan Association is America's oldest and most distinguished independent urban research and advocacy group. RPA prepares long-range plans and policies to guide the growth and development of the New York- New Jersey-Connecticut metropolitan region. RPA also provides leadership on national infrastructure, sustainability, and competitiveness concerns. RPA enjoys broad support from the region's and nation's business, philanthropic, civic, and planning communities.
The energy policy program focuses on moving the tri-state region towards a low-carbon future by:
- Identifying best practices in the tri-state region and translate/sharing those with other jurisdictions
- Broadening best practices and proposing energy initiatives and policies for the region
- Building consensus between state energy players and public/private/advocacy partners on regional energy goals and action items.