WIA Conference Set for March 28-29

The Wyoming Infrastructure Authority annual Spring Energy Conference will be March 28 and 29 at the Snow King Resort in Jackson.
Sessions include:

  • Opportunities for Wyoming posed by international, federal, and regional CCUS policy developments, including the Green New Deal.
  • Traditional ratemaking and how it interacts with the current state of technology, including investments in CCUS projects.
  • Economic impacts to Wyoming and local economies with possible energy industry changes.
  • Case study on how collaboration between Jackson's Joint Power Partnership and the community lead to the development of the shared solar project.

Speakers include:

  • Chad Rupe, State Director, Rural Development, Wyoming, United States Department of Agriculture
  • Chad Teply, SVP, Strategy and Development, Rocky Mountain Power
  • Michael Nasi, Environmental & Utility Attorney at Jackson Walker LLP and Randy Eminger, Executive Director of Energy Policy Network
  • Paul Griffin, Executive Director, EnergyFairness.Org
  • Dr. Rob Godby, Director, Center for Energy Economics & Public Policy, University of Wyoming
  • Kipp Coddington, Director, Energy Policy & Economics & Director, Center for Economic Geology Research at the School of Energy Resources, University of Wyoming

This conference is free. Register today!