ACORE Grid Forum

November 3-4, 2021

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November 3-4, 2021

The 2021 ACORE Grid Forum is a two-day, digital event featuring interactive panels and keynote addresses, live networking breaks, engaging discussion sessions, and virtual exhibiting. Speakers will examine the roles of infrastructure legislation, administrative orders and actions, regional and state developments, and private sector strategies on the path to a carbon-free grid.

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Key Topics Include ⟶

Will the federal infrastructure plan unlock America’s clean energy potential?

How are wholesale power markets expanding footprints, integrating DER and hybrid projects, and more?

What is the role for clean firm power and leading-edge technologies in the context of other grid developments?

How can the federal infrastructure plan, the Justice40 initiative and business strategies center environmental justice as a key consideration in where, how, and with whom clean energy infrastructure is built?

What are the possible outcomes from the FERC ANOPR on transmission, interconnection and cost allocation and the Joint Federal-State Task Force on Electric Transmission?

What resource adequacy reforms, if any, are needed?

2021 Co-Chairs

Frank Armijo
Vice President, Business Development,
Lockheed Martin

Jay Carrière
Head of Federal Regulatory Advocacy,
NextEra Energy, Inc

Darija Cosic
Energy Manager,
Facebook

Anik Gandhi
Principal,
Starwood Energy

Rob Gramlich
Founder & President,
Grid Strategies LLC;
Executive Director,
Americans for a Clean Energy Grid

Kevin Gresham
Senior Vice President, Government
Relations & External Affairs,
RWE Renewables

Christina Hayes
Vice President,
Federal Regulatory Affairs,
Berkshire Hathaway Energy

Suzanne Leta
Head of Policy and Strategy,
SunPower

Kevin Lynch
Managing Director External Affairs,
Avangrid Renewables

Yvonne McIntyre
Director, Federal Electricity &
Utility Policy,
National Resources Defense Council