Microgrids for a More Resilient California - Key legislation & outlook for regulatory evolution

When:  May 21, 2020 from 15:00 to 16:30 (ET)

Against the backdrop of uncertainty caused by COVID-19, legislators and regulators in the state of California continue to advance policies intended to enhance community resiliency, strengthen infrastructure and reduce carbon emissions. Following the framework set by SB 1339, the Microgrid Resources Coalition has been working for many months to update the microgrid tariff, revise regulatory treatments and reduce structural market hurdles such as departing load charges (DLC’s) and standby charges.

Topics Include:

  • Legislative and regulatory initiatives currently underway in California
  • Recent rulings by the ALJ 
  • MRC's recents comments and filings with the PUC
  • Next steps for modernizing and decarbonizing the electricity grid


Speakers Include:

DETRIO_Allie.jpgAllie Detrio, Chief Strategist, ReImagine Power

Berendt.jpgChristopher Berendt, Partner, Faegre Drinker

26062060-891e-4630-b64a-392a0f225e45.jpgBaird Brown, Principal, eco(n)law