Hosted this year in Greenville, SC (#yeahTHATgreenville) on December 9 & 10, the 2021 SC Clean Energy Conference and Southeast Energy Law Seminar is the PREMIER opportunity to:
– get up to speed on the business of South Carolina clean energy,
– accelerate your knowledge of powerful industry trends, and
– fuel the growth of your professional network.
This year’s conference features a pre-conference “workday” along with the main conference day and a post-conference energy law seminar. Past attendees of both the conference and seminar attend year-after-year to take advantage of unmatched professional networking coupled with in-depth information exchange and dialogue among the Palmetto State’s broad energy stakeholder group on timely industry topics.
Taking place on December 8, the pre-conference is an add-on to conference or seminar attendance. It is designed as a “work-day” that will convene stakeholders around industry initiatives that are ripe for progress due to existing legislative or regulatory awareness, activity, and interest, such as Southeast energy market reform, commercial property-assessed clean energy, offshore wind supply chain development, municipal fleet electrification, and hydrogen.
Taking place on December 9, the conference will bring together leading voices from the state and industry for discussions as deep as they will be wide on clean energy as a pace-setter for Palmetto State economic expansion. Topics will include clean energy as a catalyst for economic development, equality, and resilience.
Taking place on December 10, the energy law seminar will cover energy industry legal matters touching every state in the Southeast. Session topics are being determined and will likely include an overview of the latest activity from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, a run-down of the recent legislative and regulatory activities from the Southeast, emerging legal issues related to the energy transition taking place nationally, a look at the regulatory process benefits of pre-filing stakeholder engagement, and a review of limited third-party power purchase agreements for non-taxable entities.
More details are available on the 2021 SC Clean Energy Conference website.
REGISTER TODAY! Ticket prices INCREASE on October 31 for attendees who are not employed by an E4 Carolinas Member Company.
NOTE: E4 Carolinas will continuously monitor the COVID-19 situation. This event may be moved to an entirely virtual platform should CDC, state, or local guidance require.
Robinson Gray is a South Carolina law firm focused on litigation and business. The firm is known for excellence, high standards, and community service. Skilled in all areas of litigation, its attorneys provide business and litigation advice as well as representation in all state and federal trial and appellate courts. Robinson Gray is the only law firm in South Carolina that is a member of Meritas, a global affiliation of commercial law firms, allowing the firm to effectively and efficiently manage complex transactions involving multiple jurisdictions.
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) works to safeguard the earth-its people, its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends. We combine the power of more than three million members and online activists with the expertise of some 600 scientists, lawyers, and policy advocates across the globe to ensure the rights of all people to the air, the water, and the wild.
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E4 Carolinas envisions the region attracting and retaining the world’s foremost energy companies, innovators and leaders.
Our mission is to cultivate a collaborative Carolina energy cluster to accelerate economic growth, efficient resources and care for our environment, resulting in increased employment, productivity and prosperity. Those are our four “Es.”
Our vision will be realized and mission accomplished by creating:
E4 Carolinas members are from all energy sectors and all parts of the Carolinas. Some are large and established and others are small, early stage companies. Some are directly engaged in the Carolinas energy production and infrastructure industries while others provide valuable services and supplies. Regardless of their size or role, all have found they can be more valuable and successful through collaboration in E4 Carolinas’ task forces, programs, and events.
E4 Carolinas’ Member Guide describes how you may create more value for your company or organization. Examine our member companies and Board of Directors; you’ll likely find many familiar names and others with which to connect. Call on our staff for any assistance your require.