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Planning the Grid of the Future
We know that the electric grid will need to be expanded and modernized to achieve Maine’s climate and clean energy goals. This forum will explore the recommendations of a group of Maine stakeholders, examine how other states have approached grid planning, and consider next steps we can take here.
How can we better plan for the integration of renewable energy?
What role do 'edge users' play?
How do we account for increased electric load and two-way power flows?
Speakers to include (panel in formation):
Rob Wood, Director of Government Relations & Climate Policy, The Nature Conservancy in Maine
Doug Scott, Vice President Electricity & Efficiency, Great Plains Institute
Kay Aikin, CEO, Introspective Systems
Marissa Paslick-Gillett, Chairman, Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority
Ian Burnes, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Efficiency Maine Trust
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