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The 27th Annual Seattle Conference on

Electric Power in the West

Featuring an exceptional faculty of renowned energy experts

February 24 & 25, 2022

Pacific Time Zone

As a value added bonus, you'll receive access to downloadable audio and video recordings at no additional charge.


Program Overview

What to Look Forward to

~ Energy Policy Priorities in the Nation's Capital featuring FERC Commissioner Richard A. Glick

~ Case studies of key federal initiatives including weather hardening of the grid and generators, FERC's new Transmission Siting Authority, and offshore wind

~ State-level climate initiatives on the west coast

~ Energy market economics in the west

~ How state regulators see the primary challenges and issues

~ Power planning for climate resiliency and resource adequacy with CAISO's Elliot Mainzer and Frank Afranji with the Northwest Power Pool

~ The role of corporate sustainability initiatives with Mariah Kennedy and Brian Rybarik from Microsoft

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Faculty Bios

Richard H. Allan, Richard H. Allan, Program Co-Chair, is a partner at Marten Law. He represents developers in the acquisition, siting, expansion and operation of major projects, with an emphasis on energy facilities. His experience includes over 2,000 megawatts of wind, solar and natural gas-fired generating facilities, as well as transmission lines and pipelines.

Stan Berman, Stan Berman, Program Co-Chair, is a named partner at Berman and Todderud. He represents electric utilities and other electric industry participants in complex high-stakes litigation and appeals at FERC, state regulatory commissions, and in the courts. Before going into private practice, he was the Assistant General Counsel in charge of the Office of Hydroelectric and Electric Litigation at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

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