The Virginia Renewable Energy Alliance Presents: Leveraging the Legal and Regulatory Parameters to Increase Renewables in Virginia

April 4, 2018


VACo’s Chris McDonald (left) was a speaker at a past VA-REA event. VACo’s Joe Lerch is a confirmed speaker this year.

VA-REA is kicking off its 2018 Leadership in Energy Advancement and Development (LEAD) series on Thursday, April 26 with a one-day event that will cover recent legislative and executive branch catalysts for renewable energy in Virginia, the current and future regulatory landscape for renewable energy in the Commonwealth, and how Virginia’s renewable energy industry can partner with localities to increase wind and solar adoption.

Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018   |   Time: 10am – 2:30pm

Location: McGuireWoods Consulting, Richmond, Virginia. (800 E Canal St, Richmond, VA 23219)

Event Registration: Registration is just $25 ($15 for students). More information can be found on VA-REA’s website.

Confirmed Speakers 

  • Joe Lerch, Virginia Association of Counties
  • Angela Navarro, Office of Virginia Governor Northam
  • Bill Murray, Dominion Energy
  • Brooke Beaver, Apex Clean Energy
  • Cliona Robb, Christian & Barton LLP
  • Dan Holmes, Piedmont Environmental Council
  • Heather Stevenson, McGuireWoods Consulting
  • Matthew Meares, Virginia Solar
  • Will Cleveland, Southern Environmental Law Center

Event Agenda

  • Morning panel – Recent legislative and executive branch catalysts for renewables in Virginia (10:15 – 11:45am)
  • Lunch & keynote speaker – Virginia’s current and future regulatory landscape for renewable energy (12 – 1pm)
  • Afternoon panel – Putting the pieces together: How can Virginia’s renewable energy industry partner with localities to increase wind and solar adoption? (1 – 2:30 pm)
  • Strengthen professional connections and business opportunities by interacting with industry, utility, policy and financing leaders within the Virginia renewable energy market

 

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