NYU Law Energy Policy Discussion Series

Faculty Library (3rd Floor), Vanderbilt Hall
New York University School of Law, 40 Washington Square South
New York, New York 10012


The event will focus on the New York Public Service Commission’s “Reforming the Energy Vision (REV)” initiative to reform New York’s electric energy industry and regulatory practices to promote greater system-wide efficiency, greater deployment of renewable energy and “distributed” energy resources, and greater use of technologies, products and services to increase demand elasticity and efficiency. The REV could have profound operating and legal implications for wholesale power markets in New York (and potentially in other parts of the U.S.). This event provides a forum for experts to discuss these implications and the factors that should be considered while the REV initiative is still under consideration by the New York Public Service Commission. The event is sponsored by Latham & Watkins LLP.

Opening remarks by:
Michael Gergen (’92), Partner, Latham & Watkins LLP

Clarke Bruno (’92), Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Anbaric Transmission
Richard B. Miller (’87), Director, Energy Markets Policy Group, Con Edison
John P. Reese, Senior Vice President, U.S. Power Generating Company

Moderated by:
David L. Schwartz, Partner, Latham & Watkins LLP

Please RSVP. 1.5 CLE credits available for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.
Monday, November 3, 2014 6:30 – 8pm

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