January 10, 2012

February 22, 2012: Business Models for Renewable Electricity in the 21st Century

Scottsdale Resort & Conference Center

7700 East McCormick Parkway Scottsdale, Arizona

Power generation companies across the U.S. are employing a host of strategies to integrate renewable energy into their operating systems. This Forum will examine these strategies and the opportunities and challenges related to the expanded use of renewable energy. The Forum will also explore the regulatory framework, the changing nature of customer relations, emerging financing structures, the advent of new technologies, and what this all means for business models for renewable energy electricity in the 21st century.

Join thought leaders from the utility, business and investment, regulatory, public and non-profit sectors. The Forum will focus on the technologies, policies and financing related to this emerging opportunity.

This is the first of a multi-part series. Participants at this Forum will be encouraged to join one of several electronic discussion groups that will continue facilitated dialogue between each of the forums.

Keynote Addresses by:

Jon Wellinghoff, FERC Chairman

Michael Howard, EPRI CEO

Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn, ACORE President

Opening Reception:

February 21, 2012

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How To Participate:

Panelists Panelists at the February 22nd forum will include utility executives, regulators, renewable energy developers, and financial firm executives. A complete agenda will be made available soon at: http://www.acore.org/renewable-energy-electricity-in-the-21st-century.html.

There is a $195 registration fee to attend this Forum (ACORE member discount at $150). For more information on how to participate, contact Heidi VanGenderen at vangenderen@acore.org or by phone at 202-777-7586.