Making Connections Summit - June 2015
"Energy Security and the Grid: Local Government Risks and Opportunities"

What's Driving Change: Technology, Policy and Customer Demand

Grid Modernization:  Challenges, Opportunities, and Progress

Local Energy to Build Resilience

Keynote: Local Energy Security in Transition

  • Local Energy Security in Transition
    Hari Osofsky, Professor and 2014-2015 Julius E. Davis Chair in Law, University of Minnesota Law School, Faculty Director, Energy Transition Lab

Local Government as Partners Shaping the Future Grid

 

 


Hari Ostofsky, Lunch Keynote Speaker


Lisa Weik, Washington County Commissioner & MEC 2015 Chair  


Gordon Pietsch, Great River Energy  


Matt Schuerger, Energy Systems Consulting


Diana McKeown, Great Plains Institute/CERTs

Yvonne Pfeifer and Kevin Schwain, Xcel Energy


Jodi Slick, City of Duluth


Brian Ross, Great Plains Institute


Kevin Schwain, Xcel Energy  


Sue Bast, City of Burnsville


Peter McLaughlin, Hennepin County Commissioner with Jenny Edwards, Center for Energy and Environment


Annie Levenson-Falk, Legislative Energy Commission


Jay Trusty, SouthWest Regional Development Commission


Sandy Rummel and Jason Willett,. Metropolitan Council


Jenny Edwards, Center for Energy and Environment


Nina Axelson- Ever-Green Energy


What's Driving Change: Technology, Policy and Customer Demand panel.
Mike Bull, Center for Energy and Environment, Bill Grant, Department of Commerce, Kevin Schwain, Xcel Energy  

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