Highlighted as being “at the forefront of renewable energy legal advocacy work,” PF+C’s Kimberly Hayden will speak at the 2016 Renewable Energy Vermont Conference & Expo (REV2016). The session, titled “Shifting Regulatory Landscapes: Impacts on Renewables in Vermont” will focus on recent market and regulatory trends and opportunities shaping the renewable energy sector.
Kim leads PF+C’s Renewable Energy + Infrastructure Practice and has extensive experience in all facets of energy policy, siting, and energy transactions. In recent years, Kim has successfully obtained siting approval for more than 170 miles of new high voltage electric transmission lines and dozens of substations, more than 20 MW of new solar generation, 12 MW of new wind generation, and won precedent setting energy siting decisions in re Rutland Renewable Energy LLC, 2016 VT 50 and re Vermont Electric Power Co, 2006 VT 69. Acting as lead counsel on behalf of 20 Vermont electric utilities, Kim also gained Public Service Board approval for Vermont’s long-term Canadian hydro power purchase agreement.
The 2016 Renewable Energy Vermont Conference & Expo (REV2016) is Vermont’s annual convention bringing together key players in the clean energy sector. For more than a decade, the REV Conference has been the leading event for the renewable energy sectors in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Northern New York. This year’s conference will take place on October 13 & 14 at the Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center in Burlington, VT. For more information and to register, visit http://www.revconference.org/.
View Kim’s presentation: “Shifting Regulatory Landscapes: Impacts on Renewables in Vermont”