2017 New York REV Summit
Join West Monroe at EUCI's New York REV Summit 2017
Date : April 24, 2017

West Monroe's Paul DeCotis, the leader of the East Coast Energy and Utilities practice, will be moderating a a panel at the EUCI New York Power Summit.


The 2017 New York Power Summit will discuss current projects, unanticipated roadblocks, and innovative solutions to meeting New York’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) goals and implementation. Speakers will address the justification for each project, as well as the projects’ cost, cost recovery, and technical implementation.  Utilities will provide the latest updates on their REV-related projects, including:

  • Con Ed’s Brooklyn Queens Demand Management Program
  • Central Hudson’s CenHub Customer Engagement Platform
  • LIPA’s Long Island South Fork Non-Wires Alternatives
  • National Grid’s upcoming REV projects

A panel of experts will discuss regulatory and policy updates. Attendees will receive critical REV-related updates from NYSERDA and New York Green Bank. The roster of distinguished speakers will discuss practical considerations and technological advancements moving forward. Panelists will provide information regarding similar initiatives that are occurring in states like Minnesota, California, and Hawaii.  Attendees will learn fresh information about cutting-edge projects and leave with all their questions answered.

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