Learn how new climate regulations to effect energy programs

Monday July 22
12 p.m. CDT

Join Clean Energy AmbassadorsRedirecting to a non-government site (CEA) for a free webinar, What the New EPA Climate Regs Mean for Energy Efficiency and Renewables in Your CommunityRedirecting to a non-government site, on July 22 at noon Central Time.

This webinar is too timely to pass up! Speaker David Wooley of Keyes, Fox & Weidman, LLP, is a long-time friend of CEA who is now working nationally to facilitate win-win strategies for utilities and the communities they serve. He will share an inside look at the new EPA climate regs, focusing on how energy efficiency and renewables may offer cost-effective solutions. You have a lot of questions on this topic, so the event will include an extended Q&A session.

Register today to reserve your place.

Second in series of webinars for tribal renewables development announced

Free webinar
Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. MST

The Department of Energy’s Tribal Energy Program and Western Area Power Administration are presenting Overview of US Department of Energy Power Marketing Administrations (PMAs), a free webinar, Nov. 30 at 11 a.m. Mountain time. 

Speaker Jon Worthington of Western will provide a description of PMAs and cover their service territories, power resources, role in delivering Federal power to customers and methods of determining power rates.  A discussion on preference customer qualifications is also part of the agenda.

This is the second webinar in a series for Native American tribes scheduled to run through July 2012. Presentations from the Aug. 17 webinar, Challenges and Opportunities with Tribal Renewable Energy Development, are available from the Public Renewables Partnership. Future topics include transmission policy, vision of tomorrow’s transmission grid, what you need to know about Federal Energy Regulatory Commission compliance, and overview of requesting transmission service.

This series highlights key technical, policy and market issues that tribes need to understand to successfully respond to utility requests for proposals for renewable energy generation. Participants will increase their knowledge about the competitive power markets and other issues surrounding renewable resource development.

Tribe members who are interested in responding to utility-offered renewable RFPs, or who would like to learn more about the competitive power market, and utility professionals interested in working with tribes on renewable energy development should register today for Overview of US Department of Energy Power Marketing Administrations (PMAs).  After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.