Why should you Attend:
Compliance markets are primarily driven by renewable portfolio standards (RPS), which require utilities or other energy suppliers to procure or generate renewable energy for a portion of their electricity supplies. Currently, half of the states had adopted RPS and Congress is currently working on a federal RPS. The webinar will look into the RPS adopted by the states, the different motivations that drove the design of this RPS, what are the current requirements of renewable on the grid, which states are also running State Energy Programs that qualify under ARRA 2009. This RPS has in place enforcement mechanism, mostly through renewable energy certificates (RECs).
The webinar will present how different states use the RECs, how these RECs are traded and Certified. The webinar will present a comparative analysis of how the different versions of the House and Senate bills address RPS and how it will impact the overall compliance renewable energy market.
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Who will benefit:
Federico Fische, Mr. Fische is a trade and development economist with over twenty years of experience in both the public and private sectors. He is an accomplished project developer and manager, market and sector researcher, and analyst with specialization in international trade, sustainable development and technology transfer. He has authored numerous articles and studies in such areas, as well as teaching regional integration and international organizations for five years at the graduate level.
His field experience is focused in Latin America and Caribbean countries, where he has led and/or worked in projects on trade policy, export promotion and competitiveness, international trade negotiations, capacity building, protected areas, renewable energy, technology transfer, clean production, and the modernization of production methods in the agro-industrial and forestry sectors.
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