Webinar October 14, 2015

The Electricity Grid of the Future - Webinar Program Session II

Event Detail
Michael N. Kunselman
October 14, 2015


Alston & Bird hosted this webinar program on October 14, 2015. Advances in technology, efforts to address public policy objectives and evolving customer demands are leading to fundamental changes in the electricity industry. Alston & Bird hosted the second in a series of webinars where industry leaders and our own experts provided perspectives on key aspects of this transformation. This session considered how existing utilities can adapt to the changes in the electricity industry landscape being driven by the proliferation of diverse technologies. In particular, our panel discussed:

    • What steps should proactive utilities be taking to adapt to the changing industry landscape? 
    • What technologies exist or are in the pipeline that will allow utilities to manage the influx and associated challenges of integrating distributed generation and other new resources? 
    • How can utilities engage and partner with other parties to deliver to their customers value that will best take advantage of new technologies?
    • How has the pace of change and adoption varied across different regions of the country?

Panelists:
Ali Ipakchi, Senior Vice President, Smart Grid and Green Power, Open Access Technology International, Inc.
Carlos Nouel, Director of Partnerships, National Grid

Moderator:
Michael Kunselman, Partner, Alston & Bird

To view the playback of this program, please click here.  Enter your first name, last name, company name and email to access the recording.

Questions? Please contact Abby Forness at abby.forness@alston.com or call 404.881.7824.  

October 14, 2015
1:00pm-2:00pm 

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