Transmission Line Development in the Northeast

  • Thursday, July 15, 2021
  • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Webinar

Please join Pierce Atwood LLP and Daymark Energy Advisors on Thursday, July 15, for a discussion on transmission line development in the Northeast.

Doug Smith, Principal Consultant and Treasurer, from Daymark Energy Advisors will kick off the program with a look at the increasing development opportunities in the region. Pierce Atwood energy partner, Jared des Rosiers, will cover considerations for developing a competitive and viable transmission project and Pierce Atwood environmental partner, Lisa Gilbreath, will go over the environmental permitting issues and challenges facing developers.

Please register for the program below. If you have any questions, please contact Abigail Dyer

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CO-PRESENTED BY

SPEAKERS

Jared des Rosiers

Lisa Gilbreath

Douglas Smith

Webinar Topics

Today’s Increasing Transmission Development Opportunities and Ways to Successfully Pursue Them
  • Key drivers of transmission development and their rapid evolution
  • Challenges and importance of evaluating benefits when promoting transmission projects
  • No “one size fits all” approach from stakeholders 
  • Recent examples illustrating the opportunities and challenges 
Considerations for Developing a Competitive and Viable Transmission Project
  • Cost/Investment Recovery - how to pay for the project
  • Siting Approval - weighing the impacts and benefits to demonstrate the “Public Need”
  • Addressing Opposition – finding solutions that don’t break the bank or blow-up the schedule
  • Public Outreach -  Approaches to influence decision-makers and garner political and public support in an “alternative facts” world
Environmental Permitting Issues and Challenges
  • Key state permitting considerations and outreach
  • Federal agency coordination
  • Recent NEPA challenges, changes, and what may be coming down the pike

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