This event has been postponed and is currently being rescheduled.
Meet with leading policy makers, utilities, and off-takers driving Midwestern solar, wind, and storage projects. Midwestern states and utilities have joined the race to decarbonize their portfolios; however, renewable projects face challenges related to state incentives and the limits of existing transmission and interconnection infrastructure. Only those who fully understand how to navigate these issues will be able to take full advantage of the Midwest’s spectacular renewable and storage development opportunities.
The 2nd annual Midwest Renewable Energy Summit will lead you through the legislative and regulatory obstacles impacting renewable development while showcasing opportunities across the region’s sustainable energy landscape. Join key Midwestern energy market players for a networking event that will:
- Address the costs and constraints that transmission infrastructure imposes on the impact of renewables
- Assess how market dynamics and new regulations will affect energy projects in PJM, MISO, and SPP territories
- Explore the effects of the improving economics of solar and storage on Midwestern states’ energy portfolios
The Pre-Summit Workshop: Improving Interconnection Processes will provide the latest information on backbone system planning and investments.