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Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Time

12:45 pm - 02:15 pm

Hall

West Hall

Room

Level 3, Room 3008

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Net Metering in Flux: Where States Are Heading on NEM Changes

12:45 pm
01:00 pm

Net Metering in Flux

01:00 pm
01:15 pm

Survey of the States on NEM Proposals

01:15 pm
01:30 pm

Progress and Challenges Along the East Coast

  • Ilan Gutherz
    Senior Director of Policy & Strategy, Borrego Solar, U.S.

01:30 pm
01:45 pm

Export Compensation Returns to Hawaii

  • Will Giese
    Executive Director, Hawaii Solar Energy Association (HSEA), Hawaii

01:45 pm
02:00 pm

New York's Grand Experiment with Value Stacking

02:00 pm
02:15 pm

NEM-3 May Bring Major Changes in California

  • Brad Heavner
    Policy Director, California Solar and Storage Association (CALSSA), U.S.

Speaker

 Jessica Reinhardt
Jessica Reinhardt
Director, Sunrun Inc., U.S.
 Kevin Fox
Kevin Fox
Chief Executive Officer, EQ Research, U.S.
 Ilan Gutherz
Ilan Gutherz
Senior Director of Policy & Strategy, Borrego Solar, U.S.
 Will Giese
Will Giese
Executive Director, Hawaii Solar Energy Association (HSEA), Hawaii
 Nathan Phelps
Nathan Phelps
Regulatory Director, Vote Solar, U.S.
 Brad Heavner
Brad Heavner
Policy Director, California Solar and Storage Association (CALSSA), U.S.

Summary

Conference Partner: California Solar and Storage Association (CALSSA)


California is exploring ways to make its NEM tariff vary by location. New York is trying to build the ultimate value stack. Hawaii has resumed export compensation after a long period of self-consumption. Florida was supposed to start booming but hasn't. Other states are hitting caps and considering changes. Developers are learning how to balance NEM value and the ability of energy storage to maximize benefits behind the meter. Get the latest information from the people who are in the middle of these debates around the U.S.

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