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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2021  /  2:00 PM EST




2021 Legislative Recap and Clean Energy Market Opportunities
Energy policy in North Carolina has changed significantly over the last several years. We’ve achieved clean energy policy milestones such as Senate Bill 3 in 2007 and House Bill 589 in 2017, and continue working to advance clean energy policies each biennium. As a result, our energy policy landscape continues to shift over time and allows for increased opportunity in renewable energy deployment, particularly via market competition within our state’s regulated monopoly system. As North Carolina’s renewable energy and market opportunities increase, so does the economic impact across the state. Please join us for an in-depth conversation focused on the results of the 2021 long session, and how they will impact future energy markets in North Carolina. 

Moderator: Betsy McCorkle – Partner, Kairos Government Affairs

Rep. John Szoka – R-Cumberland; Chairman, Energy and Public Utilities Committee  

Sen. DeAndrea Salvador – D-Mecklenburg; Member, Agriculture, Energy and Environment Committee 

Brian Fork – Chief of Staff, Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger (R-Rockingham)

Dionne Delli-Gatti, Clean Energy Director, Office of Gov. Roy Cooper

Christina Cress, Bailey & Dixon, LLP; Counsel to Carolina Industrial Group For Fair Utility Rates (CIGFUR)




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